Varney and a few of his friends thought it a novel idea to fashion Arab robes as their costumes and hit the hot trick-or-treating spots on South Pleasant Street. “We originally planned to just out-hustle the townie brats,” said Varney. After a few disappointing stops, the empty-handed bunch spotted a lit-up Alumni House. They ventured into a gathering of distinguished trustees. Varney was understandably excited. “There it was, the big scene, and we’d been given a ticket to ride on in as stage-hands,” he said. The only drinks they managed to get were Cokes, and it was bitterly cold outside, but that didn’t stop him from enjoying his evening. “It was Halloween, and we had eaten our candy with the Trustees,” he wrote.
Lianbi Ji is an English and mathematics double major who wrote theses in both subjects. Her English thesis focused on the writings of the Chinese writer Lu Xun, and her math thesis studied elliptic curves. She also has a passion for education — having volunteered to teach in China, India and
The college hosted President of Moderna Stephen Hoge ’98 on Friday, April 23 as a part of the virtual Stories in STEM event series. The Cambridge-based biotechnology company has experienced tremendous growth since the pandemic began, as it has developed one of the world’s most effective vaccines against Covid-19.
The college will require all students to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester, the President’s Office announced on Friday, April 23. In the letter addressed to students, faculty and staff, President Biddy Martin relayed that more information will follow concerning how