As part of its “Wednesday One-off programming”, the Marquis showed a Ukrainian film, “The Guide,” and collected donations to give to a Ukrainian non-profit.
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Ciara Burke ’22 presented her research in a poster presentation in the Great Hall of Bicentenial Hall.
Lily Laesch ’23 gave an oral presentation titled "Geographies of Migration and Liminality: Placemaking on the Margins of the Calais Jungle" as part of the Spring Student Symposium on Friday, April 22.
The Spring Student Symposium returned in person for the first time since spring 2019 on Friday, April 22.
Patrons at the Green Cleaning event make their own home cleaning products.
"In search of a home, we might find a place to make a living, but an emptiness felt deep in our souls is always there longing for what was once ours."
The material presented in Al-Kitaab frames the way new language learners think about and communicate in Arabic, but the book also receives funds from a federal agency that funnels students into the government’s agenda.
New York City Posse 23 stand with Posse Mentors and Trainers after the Posse Plus Retreat. (Courtesy of Sheila Camacho)
Men’s baseball and women’s softball have recently worked with Driveline, a data-driven development organization, to improve their pitching and hitting mechanics. (Courtesy of Van Barth)
A group of students traveled to Portland, Me. on Monday, Nov. 8 to join a Milk with Dignity protest outside of the Hannaford headquarters.
Evolution Dance Crew performed for the first time in Wilson Hall since 2019 to a total audience of over 800 between their two shows.
The on-campus lounge for Bread Loaf residents has been designated in the President’s dining room in Proctor.