Each Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., philosophically inclined Batesies make their way up to the Philosophy Lounge in Hedge for an informal discussion about a wide array of topics including thought experiments, metaphysics, Nicomachean Ethics,.
If you have been spending any time recently with Bates students, you have likely heard the echoes of the dreaded March anxieties and blues. Winter appears interminable, the stress from finals is undeniable, and the end of school year is in sight,.
As part of a series here at The Bates Student, our News section has interviewed different foreign language teaching assistants (TAs) in an effort to better understand Bates’ foreign language department. Throughout the series, we have aimed to seek.
Discussions during this year’s Orientation Week frequently reflected back upon Bryan Stevenson’s book, Just Mercy. Many found themselves left in disbelief after learning about the pervasiveness of institutional abuses within our nation’s.
On Wednesday January 31, Bates Student Government held a discussion and open panel regarding free speech on campus. Leading the panel were Kim Trauceniek, the Associate Dean of Students for Campus Life, Nick Dressler, the Assistant Director of.
The foreign language teaching assistants (TAs) at Bates offer students the tremendous opportunity to engage with members of the cultures they seek to explore in higher education. The TAs are able to ease our foreign language experience of its.
The mayoral race for the city of Lewiston will continue until December 12, where voters will have the chance to choose between Ben Chin and Shane Bouchard. Early voting will be going on at Lewiston City Hall until December 7, and Election Day voting.
As the academic demands continue to spike throughout the course of the school year, there is an undeniably palpable sense of anxiety pervading the campus. Bates students stand at the unique intersection of being members of a rigorous, famed academic.
On Wednesday, October 25, Lewiston mayoral candidate Mark Cayer visited campus to share his platform with Bates students. Cayer’s visit was part of a larger local election series at Bates, and was followed by a similar presentation by fellow.
Bates has long provided its students with a tremendously unique dining program; the single dining hall setup allows students to connect in a centralized location, while unlimited swipes encourages students to enter and leave Commons as frequently as.