The temperature is dropping and final exams are just around the corner. Naturally, many students across campus are tense and melancholic. This year the Chase Hall Committee looked to alleviate the stress of the last weeks of the semester with the.
On Thursday November 9, three Bates students shared their experiences interning with non-profit organizations this summer. The three students, Kiernan Majerus-Collins ’18, Julia Mehl ’19, and Joe Tulip ’18, each had internships in very.
As a part of their efforts to make changes to the social life experiences at Bates, the department of Student Affairs brought in two outside experts to give their input. While their open forum with students was sparsely attended, a variety of.
Students, staff, and members of the Bates community gathered on the field between Smith and Garcelon on Friday for Bates’ seventh annual Fire Safety Day. The event was originally supposed to be a day earlier but was postponed due to rainy.
Despite rainy conditions, a large group of students gathered to volunteer their time and help make our campus a little cleaner during this past Sunday’s EcoService Day. The annual campus-wide cleanup started last year as an extension of the longer.
As a part of National Banned Books Week, Ladd Library organized a series of mid-day talks by Bates professors about censorship across history and the world. The library is also placing a selection of books about censorship by the front entrance for.
Over the summer, Bates was upgraded to a Gold rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), an organization that reviews the environmental impact of colleges. The rating is the second highest that the.
With the school year just getting under way, and first years only recently returned from their AESOP, many current seniors may be feeling nostalgic about their own AESOP experiences. From incredible outdoor excursions to lasting friendships, AESOP.