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Food for Thought

Sarah Manderbach ’22, Guest Columnist

October 17, 2019

When I first came back to Dickinson this school year, I was thoroughly excited to come back to all of my friends and catching up with them and their summer experiences. However, I think the thing I was most excited about was...

Common Hour is Lit: A Response to “Today’s Hot Take: Common Hour”

Kevin Ssonko ’20, Opinion Columnist

October 17, 2019

There was some real trash talk against common hour last issue. So I figured I would come in here and speak some straight facts to all the haters on common hour out there. No cap, there isn’t a more lit hour in the entire Dickinson...

Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson are Saving SNL

Jacob DeCarli ’22, Managing Editor

October 17, 2019

Saturday Night Live (SNL) rst aired in the mid-1970s and continues to be in pro- duction. Throughout the beloved American comedy show, there have been ups and downs in its popularity. After major hiccups and ac-tor re...

Today’s Hot Take: Common Hour

Lianna Brown ’22, News Editor

October 10, 2019

I hate common hour. If you asked any of my friends, you would know that this is an opinion I express regularly, today I was at lunch at 12:20 ranting to my friends about my dislike of common hour as we watched the entree line...

Philanthropy on Campus: Carnival for CASA

Alondra Juarez ’20, Guest Columnist

October 10, 2019

Greek life is infamously known for stereotypical partying, hazing, and its carbon copied members. It is not hard to understand why these negative connotations follow us around, with Hollywood’s fixation on exaggerating Greek...

Pearl’s Picks

Robert Pearl ’20, Opinion Columnist

October 10, 2019

Last week was interesting to say the least. Two and two is not necessarily great but it does bring our season total to six and six. This is why I am thinking we are in for a big week. Six and six is our record. It is week six....

The Grand Climate Bargain

Mike Kozinski ’21, Opinion Columnist

October 3, 2019

At the 2019 UN climate action summit, activist Greta Thunberg issued world leaders a stern indictment: “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words.” She further condemned those leaders by adding that...

He is Still Standing

Shane Shuma ’22, Opinion Columnist

October 3, 2019

Last year Brett Kavanaugh was appointed by President Trump to replace the vacancy left by the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy. Soon after allegations of misconduct came from several sources, most notably Christine Blasey...

Pearl’s Picks: Week Four Redemption Tour

Robert Pearl ’20, Opinion Columnist

October 3, 2019

I need to apologize for my last column. One and three is an unacceptable performance. You, my readers, deserve better. If there were one silver lining is that on the year we are still four for four. Nobody has lost money yet....

Pearl’s Picks

Robert Pearl ’20, Guest Columnist

September 26, 2019

WOW! Was that not the best opening week of sports betting you have ever seen? I mean I am certainly not one to brag but I do have to say three-and-one is quite the record. If you followed along with my picks and put $100 on each...

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