Both the College’s men’s and women’s team were one of five schools that competed, including Princeton University, Fordham University, University of Connecticut and Lehigh University. While the College was the only Division III school invited to the event, the other four competed in the NCAA Division I category. […]
The men’s cross country team, along with sophomore Natalie Cooper on the women’s team, have a long trip ahead for them on Saturday, Nov. 19, as they will travel to Louisville, Ky., for the NCAA Division III Championship. The men’s team received an at-large bid while Cooper qualified individually after a successful outing in the NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships. […]
A lesson on what it’s like to be a woman in the technology industry and the importance of a diverse workplace were among several important topics discussed at the Brown Bag lecture on Friday, Nov. 11.
Political pollsters have had a tough year. They failed to predict Brexit, a Donald Trump presidency and a Republican-controlled Senate (the loss of Russ Feingold, the lone dissenting Senate vote on the Patriot Act, being one of the most surprising). […]
On Thursday, Nov. 10, and Friday, Nov. 11, All College Theatre (ACT) presented “A Murder Most Foul,” an interactive dinner theater where the audience was able to mingle with Shakespeare characters while trying to help the cast solve the mystery: Who killed Hamlet? […]
Lee Kaplan, a 51-year-old Pennsylvania resident, has been accused of fathering two children with an 18-year-old girl, who was “gifted” to him by her parents, and sexually assaulting five of her sisters. […]