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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 […]
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 […]
Amy Pipher Staff Writer During spring break, eight Agnes Scott students traveled to State College, Pennsylvania to take part in the 8th Annual Pennsylvania United Nations Conference. Competing against other schools from around the country, these students chose from eight positions assigned to the Agnes Scott delegation in six different crisis committees. These committees were […]
Jessica Crisler Guest Writer On Tuesday, February 24, students, adjunct professors, local health care workers, and members of ATL Raise Up gathered to discuss the necessity of raising wages for workers who currently make less than minimum wage in the Atlanta area. The meeting was hosted by the Agnes Scott Living Wage Campaign, an on-campus […]
This past Saturday, on February 21, was the event that sophomores eagerly await every year–ring ceremony. At 5pm, approximately 170 sophomores and other ring recipients filed into Presser Hall where families, professors, and fellow Scotties were awaiting their arrival. The ceremony included inspirational speeches from the sophomore class president, Madeline Miller Lansing, Georgia State Representative, Simone Bell ’03, and President […]