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Bates Students Become Tax Preparers — Doing their Part to Help L/A Become Financially Savvy
Sacha Feldberg, Assistant News Editor • May 24, 2021

When Bates extended its break, seven Bates students seized the opportunity to make a difference in the Lewiston-Auburn community from the comfort of their homes. Their mission: to become IRS-certified volunteer tax preparers and help low-income families complete their taxes. “Due to COVID-19, this...

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Local Threatens Student, Campus Safety officer with Broken Bottle
Vanessa Paolella, Editor in Chief • May 24, 2021

Early Saturday morning, Campus Safety responded to a call for a disturbance on Frye Street where a local threatened a student and safety officer with a broken bottle. Campus Safety was called near 1:30 a.m. and responded to the scene in front of 20 Frye Street, a building which houses Bates staff...

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ALOK Speaks of going beyond the Gender Binary to Kick off Pride Week
Amy Townend May 24, 2021

During the week of May 10, Pride Week was celebrated on campus with a visit from a keynote speaker and a variety of other events. Though many events had to take place virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, the virtual platform allowed students to participate and interact with students from other NESCACs...

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Letter to the Editor: Anti-Zionist Graffiti is inherently Antisemitic
Michael Lieber '92 May 24, 2021
Letter to the Editor: Support Open Dialogue on Israel/Palestine
Steve Hoad '72 May 14, 2021
Summer Break
Summer Break
Yuri Kim May 12, 2021
At Journey’s End: A Year In Review
Miles Nabritt, Managing Forum Editor • May 12, 2021
Students Think I am Safety When I Drive Around Campus — This is what I See
Students Think I am Safety When I Drive Around Campus — This is what I See
Sadie Basila, Copy Editor • May 12, 2021
Ranked choice voting and its critics: Is extremism bad?
Sadie Basila, Copy Editor • September 16, 2020
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