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Senator Mitchell captivates large audience at Colby

Senator Mitchell captivates large audience at Colby

Senator George J. Mitchell returned to campus last Thursday to be interviewed by the Morning Sentinel’s Amy Calder. Over 300 people including Waterville residents, Colby students and professors filled Lorimer Chapel to see Mitchell in an emotional discussion that would illicit both laughter and tears from the audience. In his introduction, Sandy Maisel, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of […]

by Jonathan Stempel· · 0 comments · News
Political correctness is (mostly) correct

Political correctness is (mostly) correct

Before I move into the heart of my opinion this week, I’d like to thank you all. Over the past three years, I’ve published an opinion piece in the Echo nearly every week. It’s become a ritual that I savor, not just because it makes me feel like a minor political pundit or some kind of anti-administration activist. I value […]

Sensing censorship? Not here

Sensing censorship? Not here

Last week, the Echo’s Opinions Editor, Wes Zebrowski penned a piece entitled “The Echo submits to administrative censorship.” Over the past week, Kiernan and I have been asked by several members of the community about the legitimacy of the claims, so I’m taking this opportunity to quickly respond. It is true that we had hoped to film the State of […]

by Jake Bleich· · 0 comments · Opinion
President Greene delivers State of the College address

President Greene delivers State of the College address

On February 11, the Student Government Association (SGA), in conjunction with the President’s of- fice, hosted the State of the College Address; an open forum intended to help inform the community on overarching goals, missions, and plans for the College. In front of a large student audience, Student Body President, Michael Loginoff ’16, and Vice-President Brittany Chin ’16, began the […]