Articles by: George Lucey

Trinity faces concert controversy

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 […]

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Trinity faces concert controversy

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 […]

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Amherst changes school mascot

Amherst changes school mascot

This week’s NESCAC news was dominated by Amherst College’s decision to abandon their longtime mascot, Lord Jeffery Amherst, the namesake of both the town and the college itself. Amherst College, located in Amherst, Massachusetts, has decided to do away with their current unofficial mascot, the “Lord Jeffs”, named for Lord Jeffery Amherst, a commander during the Seven-Year’s War. Recently, letters […]

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Trinity students shot by paintballs

Trinity students shot by paintballs

Trinity College Campus Safety and the Hartford Police Department are conducting an investigation after several students have been shot by paintballs fired from a moving vehicle in past weeks. It is currently believed that all of shootings have been by the same group of Hartford locals. The attacks have been taking place all around the city, at a student owned […]

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NESCACs work to reform campus-wide policies

NESCACs work to reform campus-wide policies

In the past week, the NESCAC has been full of excitement, ranging from educational reform to campus security issues. At Bowdoin College students are calling for heightened security after a string of break-ins. There have been multiple reported break-ins and sexual assaults at Bowdoin’s senior apartments. The students have taken action starting a Facebook group for members of the Bowdoin […]

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New policies in NESCAC

New policies in NESCAC

  This past week schools in the NESCAC have seen everything from educational reform, to a school wide lock down due to a potential shooter on campus. Connecticut College has continued its work to reform their educational system by putting a new system in place called “Connections” which will begin in the fall of 2016. Connections is a new look […]

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