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Students go to Copenhagen for UN climate conference.

By Melanie Breault ’11

Nearly 200 countries representing more than three billion people came together December 7–18, 2009, in Copenhagen, Denmark,...

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It is always a good idea to take a fresh look at what one is doing and how it can be done better.

This spring semester, faculty and staff across the campus are taking part in a discussion of our core commitments as a residential, comprehensive college dedicated to providing an excellent educational experience for every student. In every department, program, and office we are asking...

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Some interesting things are happening on the way to $500,000.

The campaign to give Dillingham Center its first renovation since the facility opened in 1969 requires $10 million. New York State has already awarded $2.3 million through its Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program. The College will commit $7.2 million. The remaining $500,000 will come, not from the...

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A collaborative study compares global children’s media.

By Melanie Breault ’11

Though it may not seem like it, as children...

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Nothing can separate journalism and advertising.

By Anthony Di Renzo

On April 9, 2009, the Los Angeles Times upset the chattering classes by running a front-page...

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