On Feb. 23, campus offices and groups received an anonymous email threatening violence against Jewish students and professors, which was determined to be a hoax.
According to an email sent from Dean of the College Scott Brown, the College is currently investigating the incident.
Since the attack, students and community members have expressed grief and frustration towards the College for its lack of response.
During the fall, the College suspended Alpha Chi and Sig Nu, which are now on alcohol probation this winter. Students alleged that Beta currently serves a suspension through summer term 2024, and that APhi received alcohol probation for winter only.
The Call to Lead campaign had the highest level of alumni engagement and female engagement for any higher education campaign over $3 billion.
Michelle Mulé ’25 and Arizbeth Rojas ’25 explore the surge of new or altered bands that have taken over the live music scene on campus this summer.
Following the ruling that race-based affirmative action is unconstitutional, students and faculty expressed concern but not surprise.
In the discussion, co-hosted by the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and Montgomery Fellows Program, Newport identified strategies for time management.
The Rockefeller Center for Public Policy hosted Andy Meyer for a conversation about the evolving role of money in politics.