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Join Our Team!

Welcome back! With the opening of yet another school year, The Profile is looking to recruit some fresh faces and new talent. Here are the positions we currently have available: Writer(s) Photographer(s) Copy Editor(s) Opinion/Editorial Editor Social Media Manager For more information on these positions and their roles, click here. Some facts to consider: Staff writers and photographers […]

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2015 Summer Entertainment Guide

Check out the Profile’s Summer Entertainment Guide for our top picks for summer releases in film, books, music, and television.

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Issues Concerning Agnes Scott’s Tobacco-Free Policy

Sierra Williams Staff Writer Banning a nationally legal substance is difficult to enforce, and yet, on January 1, 2015, Agnes Scott College officially enacted its campus-wide tobacco ban. Despite good intentions, the reality of the no-tobacco policy has not all been positive. Several weeks ago, I wrote an article about the policy’s enactment and components. Now […]

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Sweet Briar: The End of an Era?

Zoe Howard Staff Writer This year’s announcement that the Class of 2015 would be the last graduating class at Sweet Briar College, a private women’s college in Virginia, caused shock and sadness all across the country. Sweet Briar’s board of directors voted to close the 114-year-old college on February 28, citing that there were “insurmountable […]

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Registrar Plans Big Changes for Transcript Service

Alexis Henry Staff Writer The process for getting official transcripts will soon be changing. The Office of the Registrar has partnered with Information Technology Services (ITS) to develop an online process for requesting and processing official transcripts. While this new process will come at a cost to students, there will also be some new benefits. The […]

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Increasing Tuition and Fees for Agnes Scott

Shriya Bhattacharya Staff Writer As many students have read in the highlights of the Board of Trustees meeting this spring, the college has decided to increase its current tuition fees by 3.3 percent, which is said to be less than the national average of 4 percent. To equip Agnes Scott students with more information about […]

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