Women’s tennis cruises to quarterfinals, look to defend title

Last weekend, women’s tennis (21-2, 7-1 in the NESCAC) competed in the second… Read the full article →

Women’s tennis cruises to quarterfinals, look to defend title Women's tennis cruises to quarterfinals, look to defend title

Clark Institute selected to display Magna Carta

The Magna Carta, one of the most important historical documents, will be coming… Read the full article →

Clark Institute selected to display Magna Carta Clark Institute selected to display Magna Carta

Go team: Professors discuss value of team-taught courses

As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. Recently, many of our hyper-intelligent… Read the full article →

Go team: Professors discuss value of team-taught courses Go team: Professors discuss value of team-taught courses

Men’s crew captures New England Championship

Men’s crew had a highly successful day at the New England Rowing Championships… Read the full article →

Men’s crew captures New England Championship Men’s crew captures New England Championship

Softball falls to Tufts, poised to host Regionals

Women’s softball (24-11, 10-2 in the NESCAC) made a deep run into the NESCAC… Read the full article →

Softball falls to Tufts, poised to host Regionals Softball falls to Tufts, poised to host Regionals

Top News

Former student speaks publicly on sexual assault case

May 14, 2014

A case of sexual assault at the College attracted media attention on Monday when a former student came forward to talk about her experience. Lexie Brackenridge, a current sophomore at Columbia who transferred from the College after she was sexually assaulted in fall 2012, discussed her treatment by the school’s administration and accused the College […]

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ACE initiates structural changes for CC budget proposal

May 14, 2014

Today, College Council (CC) will vote on allocating a proposed $99,550 budget to All Campus Entertainment (ACE) to begin contracting with artists for the 2014-15 school year. “In this year’s budget, and indeed in all past ACE Concerts’ budgets, we have to consider the fixed costs, including things like stage set-up and man power, and […]

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Editorials

A consideration of policy: reflecting on how the college handles sexual assault

May 14, 2014

As the College community grapples with the fallout from an account of a sexual assault case made public by former student Lexie Brackenridge, we at the Record condemn all forms of victim blaming, whether physical or emotional, past or present – this kind of reaction to sexual assault cases discourages survivors from reporting their assaults […]

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An apple a day or MCLA

May 7, 2014

In light of the recent closing of the North Adams Regional Hospital (NARH), we at the Record commend the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) for working with the Berkshire Medical Center (BMC) to set up a temporary facility for non-emergency issues. As members of the Berkshire community, we care deeply about the health and […]

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