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Campus community engages with newly appointed Chief of Police

Campus community engages with newly appointed Chief of Police

BY LIZ LEWIS ’22

The Blanchard Great Room hosted tension and tears on the evening of Thursday, March 19, as members of the Mount Holyoke administration held a forum for students to engage with the newly hired Chief of Campus Police, Daniel Hect. 

Hect named new chief of police

Hect named new chief of police

BY MERYL PHAIR ’21

The Mount Holyoke and Smith College shared campus police departments have appointed Daniel Hect as their new police chief, effective this past week. Hect replaced Raymond LaBarre, who had served as interim chief of police since July 6, 2012.  

New Amherst cafe raises the question: Is anything really “free”?

New Amherst cafe raises the question: Is anything really “free”?

BY LIZ LEWIS ’22

At the new Shiru Cafe in Amherst, MA, any college student can enjoy a fresh cup of hot coffee for the unbeatable price of zero dollars. But there’s a catch: instead of paying with cash, you pay with personal information. 

New dining plan introduced for juniors and seniors

New dining plan introduced for juniors and seniors

BY FIONA HINDS ’22

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residential Life Rachel Alldis introduced a new meal plan as an option for juniors and seniors in an email to seniors on Sept. 20. As opposed to the original meal plan available for all students, which has unlimited swipes, 30 Dining Dollars and three guest swipes, the new plan would give upperclassmen 19 swipes per week with 200 Dining Dollars with the three standard guest swipes.