In an era of unprecedented student loan debt, Bates has stepped up with an unprecedented financial aid budget. According to Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Leigh Weisenburger, 48% of the incoming class this year received an average financial aid.
Last week Batesies elected several of their classmates to positions in student government. Alyssa Morgosh was elected VP of Student Committees, Paul Fourgous VP of Student Clubs, and Brad Reynolds Student Body President. One position, however, was.
Next fall, Bates students will return to campus to a familiar world—same old friends, professors, and activities. But one thing will be brand new—Bates’ academic misconduct policy. The new policy, adopted on March 4 but set to take effect over.
If you’re already confused by Bates’ educational requirements, consider this: you now have two more majors to choose from. The first of these two majors is European Studies. While the major is new as of this year, it has been in the works for.
On Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, students, faculty, and staff partook in an open discussion about sexual misconduct. Fortunately, no serious event at Bates prompted these discussions. The open forums, led by Lesley Gomez and Gina Smith, two.
This past April, the Brooks Quimby Debate Council finished off the year with two national debate tournaments. The first was the British Parliamentary Nationals, hosted by the University of La Verne in California between April 12th and 14th. British.
On the Bates athletic website on January 21, Batesies saw some familiar student athletes flicker across the screen. After smashing squash balls, diving into pools, and hurling shot-puts, each student then turned to the camera with the same message.