South Hadley’s Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School (PVPA), has received numerous protests against its upcoming production of The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, a satirical play written by Paul Rudnick in 1998 that retells the story of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, with gay characters. PVPA, […]Read more ›
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This semester, the Abbey-Buckland dining hall stopped featuring themed lunches. In previous semesters, the dining hall was advertised as “featuring luncheon specials to include ‘themed’ meals that will offer different menu items weekly,” including a hamburger/hot dog bar and noodle bar. Dale Hennessey, director of Dining Services, has confirmed the […]Read more ›
In Fall 2012, Library, Information and Technology Services (LITS) agreed to use gender-neutral restroom signs in the library for all single-stall restrooms. Recently, however, the newly adopted signs have been removed.Read more ›
Instead of several small dining halls spread out across the campus, Mount Holyoke is considering the possibility of creating one large dining hall in the center of campus. “Over the past several decades, [Mount Holyoke College] has periodically reviewed its dining program, including the cost,” said Ben Hammond, Vice-President for […]Read more ›
Last year, The Five College Blue Sky Sustainability Initiative was created in hopes of incorporating student sustainability projects into the Five College campuses. Now, Blue Sky is searching for additional community feedback in order to further narrow the focus of their final project proposals for the Five College Board of […]Read more ›
On Friday, Oct. 12, about 150 participants gathered in Kendade Science Center for the opening of the annual LEAP Symposium that serves to showcase the research projects and internships that students carry out over the summer. LEAP, which is in its ninth year, stands for Learning from Application.Read more ›