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South Asian Students Association Holds Panel, Fundraiser for Ongoing Covid Crisis in India

The South Asian Students Association (SASA) held a virtual conversation with several humanities and STEM professors to discuss the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in India on May 17. More than 50 students and faculty attended the event, some with personal connections to the country. The Zoom event complements other SASA efforts to raise donations for the […]

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College Divulges Summer and “Hopeful” Fall Covid-19 Restrictions

by || May 19, 2021

Several Covid restrictions will continue over the summer and expectedly, into the fall semester, Dean of Students Liz Agosto told The Student. Notable restrictions include the continuation of a mask mandate while inside, a curfew and mandatory on-campus testing. Agosto relayed that fall guidelines will be officially determined closer to the start of the semester. […]

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ResLife Modifies CA Position Description Following USWAC Campaign

by || May 19, 2021

Returning and prospective Community Advisors (CAs) received an updated position description for the 2021-2022 academic year on Wednesday, May 12, a week after the Office of Residential Life (ResLife) sent them the initial draft of the contract. The primary adjustments made included changes to and clarifications of the on-call system, as well as increased compensation […]

Sports

Track and Field Caps Off Season With Strong Showing at Williams College Meet

by || May 19, 2021

Troy Colleran ’22 and Carolina Andrade ’24 set program records as the Mammoths faced off against Tufts, Middlebury and Williams, Ethan Samuels ’23 writes.

Arts and Living

Performance Gone Virtual: The Sabrinas

by || May 19, 2021

Despite the pandemic and its misfortunes, the stellar a cappella group has trudged forward, coming back stronger than ever this spring.