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COVID-19 Cases Soar at Bates, still Middle of Road in NESCAC
Madeline Polkinghorn November 18, 2020

COVID-19 cases on campus have hit an all-time high, with the official campus dashboard reporting 14 active cases (including 13 active student cases – one who is not on campus – and one active staff case)  as of the most recent test date, Nov. 16.  While the overall positivity rate remains only...

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Academic Affairs Council Holds Open Forum on Critical Race Theory Requirement
Elizabeth LaCroix, Assistant News Editor • November 18, 2020

On Thursday, Dean of Faculty Malcolm Hill invited students to voice their thoughts on the addition of a critical race theory (CRT) course as a curricular requirement at an Academic Affairs Council (AAC) meeting. This meeting was held over Zoom in response to the demands made at the recent protest held...

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Three Students Reported Positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday
Ellie Wolfe, Assistant News Editor • November 10, 2020

In an email sent to students on Tuesday, Vice President for Campus Life Josh McIntosh confirmed three new COVID-19 cases on campus, bringing the tally of active cases to six.  The three new cases were confirmed from positive tests on Monday, and two of the positive results were linked to close contact...

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Yuri Kim November 25, 2020
The Blame Game Won’t Solve Anything
Eleanor Boyle, Managing Arts & Leisure Editor • November 25, 2020
Coming Home
Miles Nabritt, Managing Forum Editor • November 25, 2020
Joe Biden after his victory speech on Oct. 7 in Wilmington, Del.
Democrats Contribute just as much to Polarization as Republicans
Gabriel Coffey November 18, 2020
Outdoor Dining in the Winter
Outdoor Dining in the Winter
Yuri Kim November 18, 2020
Ranked choice voting and its critics: Is extremism bad?
Sadie Basila, Copy Editor • September 16, 2020
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