In Second Civil Discourse Event, Mason Presents Research on Political Identities
Feb16

In Second Civil Discourse Event, Mason Presents Research on Political Identities

By Kyle Beatty, Staff Writer The Eisenhower Institute welcomed Dr. Lilliana Mason Thursday evening in Mara Auditorium to present her book Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our Identity, and to speak about more recent developments in American political life as part of the college’s ongoing series on civil discourse ahead of the 2020 election.¬† Mason, an associate professor of government and politics at the University of...

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Voice Students Showcase Talent at Sunderman Sings
Feb14

Voice Students Showcase Talent at Sunderman Sings

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer The Paul Recital Hall at the Sunderman Conservatory of Music was full of life on Saturday as the College welcomed prospective students to audition for the music program and current students performed in the Sunderman Sings voice area recital. The recital took place at 7 p.m., featuring voice students of the Sunderman Conservatory with Dr. Scott Crowne on piano and harpsichord. The student performers...

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CAFE Symposium Displays First-Year Scholarly Research
Feb10

CAFE Symposium Displays First-Year Scholarly Research

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer The CUB Ballroom was dotted like a checkerboard with posters and stationary students as onlookers milled around this past Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 5. These students were a group of exceptional first-years who were selected to present their research at the CAFE Symposium. The Ballroom featured a wide variety of presentations and students. First-years stood by large posters detailing their research and...

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Weekly Event Roundup: Feb. 10 – 15, 2020
Feb10

Weekly Event Roundup: Feb. 10 – 15, 2020

Compiled by Maura Breth, Staff Writer Monday, Feb. 10: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar  4:00 p.m. in Science Center Room 200 Sponsored by EPACC, BMB, the Chemistry Department, and the Biology Department, Dr. Jean Gaffney (Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Baruch College) will lecture on Discovering New Mechanisms of Biofluorescence and Bioluminescence in Marine Organisms  Light refreshments will be provided! Tuesday, Feb....

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Reusable Containers Only Part of Bullet’s New Efforts Towards Sustainability
Feb07

Reusable Containers Only Part of Bullet’s New Efforts Towards Sustainability

By Katherine Scott, Features Editor 2,500 people come through the Bullet Hole every day, which creates the potential for a lot of waste. Dining Services has, however, been at the forefront of campus sustainability efforts, and, over winter break, the Bullet Hole made many changes in the efforts to become more environmentally friendly. While some changes are conspicuous — like reusable cups and paper to-go containers —...

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