Jess Berry


Students Talk Divestment

  On Sunday, April 28, the discussion of the divestment of the College’s endowment from fossil fuel industries continued with a student-only panel, featuring three[…]

Ofosu-Somuah Receives Watson

  On Friday, March 15, Barbara Ofosu-Somuah ’13 found out that she was selected as a Watson fellow for the 2013 – 2014 academic year[…]

Students React to Issues of Diversity

On Wednesday, Feb. 27, Dean of the College and Chief Diversity Officer Shirley Collado sent an all-student email announcing the College’s participation in the Diverse[…]

CCSRE Hosts Yearly Symposium

On Thursday, Feb. 28 and Friday, March 1, the Center for Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) will host its annual symposium. The theme[…]

There Are No Answers

The first thing I did when I got a text message asking if I had seen what was going on in Newtown was check online[…]

Students Abroad Face Assault Risk

Research conducted by Associate Professor of Psychology Matthew Kimble found that female undergraduates who study abroad are significantly more likely to experience rape and other[…]

Faculty Update Quorum Number

On Monday, Nov. 12, the College hosted its monthly faculty meeting in McCullough Social Space. Prior to the meeting concerns were high regarding attendance after[…]

Faculty Strive for Meeting Quorum

On Monday, Oct. 1, Associate Professor of Mathematics John Schmitt objected to the quorum that was called during the monthly faculty meetings. When the moderator[…]

College Closes Due to Storm

On Oct. 29, Vice President for Academic Affairs Timothy Spears sent out an email to the entire college community to announce that the College would[…]

Rohatyn Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

On Thursday, Oct. 18, the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs celebrated its ten year anniversary. In time with this celebration, the international studies major was[…]

New Sanctions Alter Disciplinary Process

This fall, the College implemented changes to the disciplinary actions outlined in the student handbook, including a new process for disciplinary action taken against students[…]

College Considers Merits of Online Education

On Sept. 3, The Chronicle of Higher Education posted an article written by Former Provost and Executive Vice President Alison Byerly discussing the issue of[…]