Foreign Correspondents: Returning to Childhood in Paris

Foreign Correspondents:  Returning to Childhood in Paris

By AMELIA POLLARD

April 18, 2019

There were countless things I looked forward to when preparing to study abroad in Paris, but the idea of having a semester in which I felt more like a child than I have for over a decade, was not something that had crossed my mind.

A Call to Nerd Out

A Call to Nerd Out

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

April 11, 2019

With the Spring Student Symposium happening tomorrow, all of us here at The Campus cordially encourage you to embrace your inner nerd.

Letter to the Editor: Remembering Thibault

By PRASANNA VANKINA

March 7, 2019

The first time I met Thibault was at a Thanksgiving dinner at the Arabic House in 2017.

Where Do First-Generation Students Go?

By TRAVIS SANDERSON

January 24, 2019

When we talk about hinges, we must understood that some students are hinged to their background more than others.

Two Earn Foreign Affairs Fellowships

By Nate Sans

May 7, 2014

Two students, Rana Abdelhamid ’15 and Spencer Salibur ’15, were selected as winners of prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships which will provide them with financial support for two years of undergraduate and graduate study in preparation for work as a Foreign Service Officer. The...

Students and Their Businesses

By Isabelle Stillman

April 23, 2014

Bakery at Crossroads Cafe The school bake sales as you knew them pale in comparison to the kind of creative baked goods the student-run Crossroads Café are selling. From lemon-frosted blueberry cake to banana peanut butter finger cake, from white chocolate sweet potato cake to pumpkin bread, the range...

Students Honor Martin Luther King

By Ben Anderson

January 22, 2014

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., four a cappella groups, students from the J-Term course Move2Change and the newly formed student group, the Oratory Society came together this past Monday to put on the “MLK Oratorio: A Celebration in Song, Speech and Dance”. This was the sixteenth year since the show...

Song Avoids Trial, Jail Time

By Kyle Finck

January 15, 2014

As students finished exams and prepared to leave campus in mid-December, Dong Yub “Don” Song ’13 pled guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct, a far cry from the felony sexual assault the State Attorney David Fenster original pursued. Song avoided jail time, paying $716 in total fines, including ...

Students Fast in Solidarity

Students Fast in Solidarity

By Emily Singer

November 20, 2013

Students gathered outside Mead Chapel for a candlelight vigil on Thursday, Nov. 14 to mourn the devastation and damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and Southeast Asia and to call attention to climate change. Mourning at the vigil, which was hosted by Divest Midd, was furthered by a number...

Chance Fuels Larger Forum

Chance Fuels Larger Forum

By Nate Sans

November 6, 2013

Axinn 229 was filled to capacity on Nov. 4, as students, faculty and administrators perched on windowsills and tables after chairs were filled to get an opportunity to participate in “Unpacking Chance the Rapper: Exploring the complexities around Community Standards, Artistic Expression and Academic...

On Getting Lost in Paris

By Vicky Marambio

October 30, 2013

I had a minor shock the other day when, through a seemingly innocent email from our academic director, I found out that we’re already halfway through the semester. In disbelief, I did a little mental check-up, and yup – it’s been almost two months since I first boarded the metro ligne deux with...

News Brief

By Kelsey Collins

October 16, 2013

Student Suspended for Removal of Sept. 11 Memorial Anna Shireman-Grabowski ‘14.5, the student accused of pulling nearly 3,000 American flags from the ground that had been placed on the lawn in front of Mead Chapel to commemorate the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, was handed a one-year su...

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