The Bates Student

A Recap of the 2022 Mount David Summit
Ella Beiser, Staff Writer • April 13, 2022

Last Friday, Bates community members flocked to Pettengill Hall to enjoy the 20th annual Mount David Summit. With 220 student presenters, the building was packed as students showcased their research, writing and achievements to the Bates community.  The presentations commenced at 1:20 p.m. with an...

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Former Head Football Coach Sues College for Racial Discrimination, Negligence
Former Head Football Coach Sues College for Racial Discrimination, Negligence
Ellie Wolfe, Managing Sports Editor • April 8, 2022

Former Bates Head Football Coach Malik Hall filed a civil lawsuit in the U.S. District Court, District of Maine against the college yesterday, claiming he faced “severe racial discrimination” during his three-year tenure leading the football program, according to court records obtained by The Student.  Hall,...

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Q&A With Ray Grant, The New Assistant Dean of First Generation & Bobcat First Programs
Q&A With Ray Grant, The New Assistant Dean of First Generation & Bobcat First Programs
Skye Brown, Assistant News Editor • April 6, 2022

In early December of 2021, an email sent out by Josh McIntosh, the Vice President for Campus Life, officially announced and welcomed to the Bates community a new addition to The Office of Intercultural Education (OIE). Ray Grant was appointed as the new Assistant Dean for First Generation and Bobcat...

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The Role of Affirmative Action at PWIs
Ollie Rhee, Contributing Writer • April 13, 2022
New Ghost Gun Laws and ATF Nominee Bring Hope Amid Slow Progress on Gun Violence Prevention
Sophie Mackin, Assistant Forum Editor • April 13, 2022
Dared to Dream: Ketanji Brown Jackson Is an Inspiration to Women of Color Across America
Aanika Patel, Assistant News Editor • April 13, 2022
Free Laundry on Campus?
Willa Wang April 6, 2022
“In the Mood” for Gala: A Much Anticipated Occasion
Anna Greenspan, Contributing Writer • April 6, 2022
Who’s Next Up in Hip Hop?
When Melancholy is Welcome: An Interview with Mathieu Moutou ‘22
An Edible Books Festival: Follow the Rules and Break Them Too
Letter to the Editor: Anti-Zionist Graffiti is inherently Antisemitic
Michael Lieber '92 May 24, 2021
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