Government Department Hosts Trip to D.C.

On Wednesday, Apr. 5, just outside of the guard booth, a group of 17 students and four professors from the Government Department — Raymond Antolik, Ph.D., Winsome Downie, Ph.D., Margaret Groarke, Ph.D., and Jonathan Keller, Ph.D. — departed on a four-day excursion to Washington, D.C. The tour of the nation’s capitol was the result of nearly six months of planning by Government Department Chair Pamela … Continue reading Government Department Hosts Trip to D.C.

2017 is an Election Year Too

The following is a staff member’s op/ed piece and does not reflect the views of The Quadrangle, its Editorial Board, the College or the student body. Elections have consequences. It’s an oft-uttered phrase, but it’s a lesson that many critics of Donald Trump must take to heart if they believe that his administration is bringing the nation in a negative direction, and this lesson applies … Continue reading 2017 is an Election Year Too

Ben Santer, Acclaimed Climatologist, Delivers Lecture on Climate Change

An unseasonably warm February evening – the unfortunately fitting backdrop for noted climatologist Ben Santer’s lecture on the evidence supporting the scientific consensus regarding human-caused climate change, which took place on Feb. 20 before a packed crowd in the Rodriguez Room in Miguel Hall. The talk was arranged by Dennis Kalob, Ph.D., an associate professor of sociology, and Yelda Hangun-Balkir, Ph.D., an assistant professor of … Continue reading Ben Santer, Acclaimed Climatologist, Delivers Lecture on Climate Change