Feminist alumnae give advice for life post-college

March 29, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

The future may seem uncertain for women’s and gender studies (WGS) students at the College, but an alumnae panel called “Designing Feminist Futures: College and Beyond” on Wednesday, March 23, in the Library Auditorium aimed to change that by discussing feminism outside of the College. […]

Kasich cares for the American people

March 8, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

By Tom Ballard Opinions Editor Throughout the muckraking and mudslinging of the current Republican presidential election, it is easy to oversee a candidate whose virtues shine through as a welcoming reminder that politics do not […]

Board of Trustees meets to discuss College’s changes

March 1, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

Following a closed session meeting, the College’s Board of Trustees met on Tuesday, Feb. 23, for a public meeting to discuss various topics, including changes to the College’s urban education program and the presentation of the draft of the College’s next five-year strategic plan. […]

Cable contract in the works for College

February 25, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

If you are tired of the cable on campus, you might be pleased to find out that the way you watch cable TV on campus is about to change, according to an email recently released to the College community on Thursday, Feb. 25. […]

Forum promotes diversity at College

February 23, 2016 Tom Ballard 0

How can the College increase inclusion and diversity on campus? That was the question students, faculty and College administrators tackled in the first inclusion and diversity forum held this semester by Student Government (SG) on Tuesday, Feb. 16. […]

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