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Colby defeats Bowdoin, wins Dorm Electricity Competition

Colby defeats Bowdoin, wins Dorm Electricity Competition

Not only did we beat Bowdoin, Colby as a whole saved 13.06% of our electrical load from the baseline, or 18,677 kWh during the 2017 Dorm Electricity Competition. That’s enough energy to power the entire campus for three  days, or about $2,300 worth of electricity. The winners overall winners are: Taylor, who had a 41% reduction in electricity consumption from […]

by Maddie Partridge· · 0 comments · Opinion
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 […]

by George Lucey· · 0 comments · News
NESCACs debate finances

NESCACs debate finances

Across the NESCAC, campuses have been debating the benefits and drawbacks of divestment. Most recently, Middlebury’s campus has been abuzz following multiple op-eds in The Middlebury Campus centered on the issue of divestment. Closer to home, newly inaugurated President Clayton S. Rose announced that Bowdoin’s comprehensive tuition fee will be $61,354, surpassing $60,000 for the first time in the history […]

by Kiernan Somers· · 0 comments · News
Controversies in the NESCAC

Controversies in the NESCAC

This past week in NESCAC news there have been various controversies, including the social scene at Bates College, a cancellation of a scheduled talk at Williams College, and the discontinuation of the Jefferson Davis award at Bowdoin College. In last week’s issue of The Bates Student, an op-ed ran concerning  the sports culture at the College and its effects on […]

by Elliot Gross· · 1 comment · News