One of the College's competition teams took first place in the senior division for Biological Life Sciences.
Reappointment review committees have been formed for five assistant professors.
The College is launching its fourth annual, one-day fundraising campaign, #ADAY4U, on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
As part of the international V-Day movement, students will stage three performances of “The Vagina Monologues,” noted playwright Eve Ensler’s groundbreaking play about the female experience, in Old Chapel this weekend.
UNITAS is seeking nominations for several awards.
For the sixth straight year, the Kenney Community Center is sponsoring Random Acts of Kindness Week
A series of events, including concerts, exhibits and a formal ball, are scheduled in the coming weeks in honor of Black History Month.
A new Schaffer Library exhibit, “Black Space: Reading (and Writing) Ourselves into the Future. A Celebration of the African Diasporic Imagination in Afrofuturism,” opens Jan. 31.
The series, now in its 20th year, is a focal point of the ESPE program's curriculum
An ad-hoc committee is reviewing the tenure of Roman Yukilevich, assistant professor of biology.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner to speak at Proctors Feb. 9
Performances by students, the Early Music Ensemble and more.
More than 1,800 donors gave nearly $900,000 to the College in the Twice as Nice Challenge.
The mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink performs on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. in Memorial Chapel.
On Monday, Nov. 14, from 11 am to 2 pm, we will celebrate the conclusion of the informational campaign by holding a tabling event in the Reamer Campus Center.