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DCCE Plans to Re-Open the Den and Return to In-Person Dining in January
Aneeza Ahmad, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022

Dining, Conferences and Campus Events (DCCE) hopes to transition from its current grab-n-go system to regular seated dining at the end of January, provided COVID-19 testing results improve. They plan to re-open the Den for take-out lunch as early as next week.  When students returned to campus in...

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B1st2Swim Is Making Waves and Ending Inequities in Bates’ Swimming Pool
Elizabeth LaCroix, Managing News Editor • January 18, 2022

In the fall of 2021, Sydney Phan ‘24, a Bobcat First Fellow and an office assistant at the Office of Intercultural Education (OIE), started B1st2Swim — a program focused on building water safety skills for Bobcat 1st! students.  Growing up in the northern suburbs of Chicago, Phan’s favorite...

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Adjunct faculty and staff will find out the results or the union vote on January 31st.
Adjunct Faculty and Staff Will Vote to Form Their Union in January
Elizabeth LaCroix, Managing News Editor • December 17, 2021

Announced on Dec. 16 by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), ballots will be mailed to all adjunct faculty and staff to decide if they want to form the union. Votes will be counted on Jan. 31 by the NLRB, the neutral third party conducting the secret ballot election. In a recent article published...

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Why Is the Anonymous Blind Tiger App so Popular at Bates?
Why Is the Anonymous Blind Tiger App so Popular at Bates?
Isabel O'Connell, Contributing Writer • November 17, 2021
The Den: A Lost Late-Night Experience
Ramiro Davila, Contributing Writer • November 10, 2021
Studying at Kings College, Ali noted that university in the UK grants much more independence to its students.
A Series of Study Abroad Features
Maple Buescher, Contributing Writer • November 10, 2021
My College Experience Is Almost Over, but COVID-19 Is Sticking Around
Sophie Mackin, Assistant Forum Editor • January 18, 2022
Balancing Mental and Public Health
Alexi Knight, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022
Putting Athletics Over the Arts
Sadie Basila, Managing Forum Editor • January 18, 2022
Professor Keith Taylor—Administration Made the Wrong Call
Alexi Knight, Staff Writer • December 8, 2021
My Kidneys Hate Me, But My Professors Don’t: The Value of Flexible Professors
Sadie Basila, Managing Forum Editor • December 8, 2021
Letter to the Editor: Anti-Zionist Graffiti is inherently Antisemitic
Michael Lieber '92 May 24, 2021
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