“Achilles glared at him and answered, “Fool prate not to me about covenants. There can be no covenants between men and lions, wolves and lambs can never be of one mind, but hate each other out and out and through. Therefore there can be no understanding between you and me, nor may there be any covenants between us, till one […]
Archive for May, 2016
On Thursday evening, the editors of the Echo received an anonymous essay from a vetted source. We believe the following essay makes a valuable contribution to both the public and private dialogues currently engulfing this campus.
An in-depth look into the challenging and multi-faceted residency decision made by faculty.
Colby seems to have a rocky history with its traditions. Though events like Loudness and the Colby Universe pageant have remained staple events on campus, many past traditions have been forgotten or forcibly ended. One tradition with a relatively short but turbulent history is that of Champagne on the Steps. The tradition is fairly self-explanatory: seniors gather on the Miller […]
Author Rosecrans Baldwin ’99 is no stranger to putting himself in new situations. His 2012 book Paris, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down chronicled his and his wife’s decision to move to Paris, and the 18 months they spent working and learning the not-so-romantic realities of living in one of the most fetishized tourist destinations in the world. […]
On one of the final frigid evenings of JanPlan, Tom Crisp ’19 decided to wander over to Dana. There, he met a student he had seen around campus a few times. He and the girl chatted for a bit about music, specifically about Crisp’s favorite band Neutral Milk Hotel. “After we talked for about five minutes or so she said […]
This week in NESCAC news, Trinity College has erupted over their Spring Concert headliner, Action Bronson. Heading into last week, Trinity College was preparing to announce the performers for their annual Spring Concert. This year, Action Bronson, a professional chef turned rapper was hired. Upon hearing this many students at the college turned to social media to condemn the rapper […]
“I am consistently encouraged by the support of our trustees, as well as by the efforts I see across campus to ensure the very best intellectual experience for our students and faculty,” President David A. Greene wrote in an Official Notice email to the campus on April 18. That past week, Greene had met with the Board of Trustees for […]
Today you rain on me from every corner of the sky. Tomorrow you’ll crown me with amber and ochre, pour honey on my waiting tongue. I’ll pull my braid to pieces, slip off my shoes and we’ll settle into each other’s scars. Was it always like this? I honestly can’t remember a time before we knew so intimately the roadmaps […]
Well, this year is pretty much over. I hope people tolerated my columns of waxing ever so poetically about fermented sugar water. My rantings and ravings were loved by some, hated by other, and barely read by many. I felt it was necessary to give the faithful guys and gals who appreciate or mock me with a list. This is […]