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Harry DiPrinzio

Orient Staff — Class of 2018

Number of articles: 10

First Article: August 24, 2017

Latest Article: December 8, 2017

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Students protest Collins’ support of tax plan in Portland

Harry DiPrinzioStudents marched from Congress Square to Sen. Collins' office singing and carrying signs in opposition to her support for the GOP tax bill A group of protesters organized by Bowdoin Climate Action occupied Senator Susan Collins’ Portland office Friday to speak out against her support for the GOP tax bill.

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A conversation with DeRay Mckesson ’07

Ann Basu Harry DiPrinzio: You currently produce a podcast each week, but you’re also a full-time organizer and activist——How do you manage the work of communicating with all these people, preparing for podcasts, getting guests to come on, educating yourself about what’s going on and educating others like celebrities and other activists?  DeRay Mckesson: Luckily, I’m in a set of teams of people who are incredible, so I’m never alone.

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Storm

With record outage, students flock to Thorne

A storm Sunday night and Monday morning caused extensive power outages, affecting campus and a record number of people in Maine. All classes scheduled before 10 a.m. were canceled by Elizabeth F. McCormack, dean of academic affairs, and many more later in the day have been canceled at professor discretion.

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Petition demands accessibility changes

Last Friday was the first meeting of the Accessibility Task Force—a group of administrators, faculty members and students intended to look holistically at accessibility on campus. The task force coordinates the College’s efforts to be accessible and accommodating to all people in all capacities as well as to be in legal compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The move to reconvene the committee comes after a group of students circulated a petition last spring calling on the College to increase support and commitment to students with disabilities.

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Administration

Volent’s pay jumps $930k

Courtesy of Arthur CohenInvestment Guru In 2015, Paula Volent, the highest paid employee in the NESCAC, earned nearly one million dollars more than the previous year.Chief Investment Officer Paula Volent earned a salary of $2,244,678 in the 2015 calendar year, an increase of $934,754 since 2014, when she made $1,309,924, according to Bowdoin’s Form 990, the public tax filing which reports compensation of the College’s highest paid employees.

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