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Lewiston Farmers & Emergency Food Providers React to COVID-19

Amelia Keleher, Managing News Editor April 21, 2020

Nationwide, farmers have been forced to let their crops go to waste because of the sharp reduction in demand following restaurant closures, while others have chosen to give their crops away for free rather...

“Suite Life” on Campus During COVID-19: Student Perspectives

“Suite Life” on Campus During COVID-19: Student Perspectives

Amelia Keleher, Managing News Editor March 27, 2020

It’s been one week since March 17, the final day for the vast majority of Bates students to depart campus for national and international destinations. Following President Spencer’s announcement on Friday,...

The R-word and Racist Native American Sports Team Logos

The R-word and Racist Native American Sports Team Logos

February 6, 2013

An article about Robert Griffin’s knee that appeared in the January 16th edition of the Bates Student was accompanied by a stock image of the logo of the National Football League team based in Washington,...

What it’s like to find #truelove

What it’s like to find #truelove

Manti Te'o January 23, 2013

Dear Bates College: do you know what it’s like to fall in love? I’m not talking about the sappy, weird kind, where two people meet each other and realize they’re meant to spend the rest of their...

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