Arts & Leisure

College Choir Explores Love and Fortune in “Carmina Burana”

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the Bates College Choir’s spring concert. The choir performed Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, composed in 1935 and 1936. The piece is adapted from a collection of medieval poems from the 11th-13th centuries and retains the original Latin and Middle German text. You have probably heard the […]


OUR Revolution Has Begun

The revolutionary senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, has launched his bid for the presidency, vowing to transform our country. As a former presidential hopeful, Bernie is seasoned in the game, possesses an extensive support network, and is shaking up our concept of the “mainstream” as we know it. Bernie’s platform is one of democratic socialism […]


My Proposed Curriculum

It is that time of the year again. As March brings unwarranted hopes for a warm respite from Maine’s record-setting winter temperatures, the Registrar’s Office reminds us to sign up for fall classes. I always enjoy crafting my course schedule. But there is more to the process than casually lingering by our advisor’s office, scrolling […]


Ready, Set, Row!

Bates Rowing prepares to supersede success of 2018 Anyone familiar with the second floor of Merril at 4 p.m. on weekdays and the prevailing smell wafting from the erg room will know just how hard the Men’s and Women’s Rowing teams have been preparing for this upcoming season. The Women’s Rowing team enters the spring […]