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Men’s Swimming Places Second

John O'Neil '14, Sports Editor

February 27, 2014

The men’s swimming team finished in second place at the Centennial Conference Championships over the weekend of Feb. 21-23. Jason Adams ’14 earned his third Outstanding Performer of the Meet Award, leading his team to 553...

Regular-Season Win Streak Extended to 18

Jenny Davis '17, Sports Writer

February 27, 2014

The Dickinson men’s lacrosse team started their season strong with two wins against Lycoming and St. Mary’s College of Maryland, extending their regular-season win streak to 18.  On Wednesday, Feb. 19, the Red Devils took...

Red Devils Ready to Host Conference Tournament

John O’Neil ’14, Sports Editor

February 27, 2014

The men’s basketball team is set to host the Centennial Conference Tournament over the weekend of Feb. 28-March 1. Dickinson, the top seed, will play the winner of the first round game between #5-seed Muhlenberg and #4 seed...

Letters from Abroad

Caroline Elkin ’15, Abroad Columnist

February 27, 2014

  In Moscow, we have “metro face:” the scowl one wears, well, everywhere, not just on the subway. You do not smile when you make eye contact. In fact, you try your hardest to look like your face has been frozen sol...

Straight from the Plate Caf Food Reviews

Melanie Singer ’17, Life and Style Columnist

February 27, 2014

  This past week, there was a special meal option of make your own mac n’ cheese. The line for this stretched from where the food is to halfway across the cafeteria. There were an assortment of toppings such as popcorn...

Vegetarian Adventures

Katherine Swantak ’15, Life and Style Columnist

February 27, 2014

Needless to say, eating out as a vegetarian in a small town like Carlisle, PA presents its challenges.  So as a junior at Dickinson College, I knew that Café Bruges was an excellent place to start.  Who doesn’t like hand...

Let’s Get Reel

Zacharia Benalayat ’17, Life and Style Columnist

February 27, 2014

  You know what movie was good? Titanic.  You know what else was good? Gladiator. Pompeii is like someone tried watching both movies at once and tried to write down what happened, except at the end some other guy put 2012 on a...

Interview: Denis O’Neill – Author of Whiplash

Michelle Martire ’17, Life and Style Columnist

February 27, 2014

  February 14th. Library Study Room. 5 PM. The phone rang over speakerphone as I twirled my pen and waited for the pickup. Two seconds later, I was talking to the author of Whiplash, Denis O’Neill, uncle of Caroline O’Neill, ...

Letters from Abroad

Jane Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

February 27, 2014

I am in love with Paris.  And, for the first time in a long time, I do not even care about how cliché that sounds.  Paris is magical, wonderful, beautiful…I could go on, but instead I will explain why. This weekend I took...

The Spirt of American Rebellion

Peter Soeller '14, Opinion Columnist

February 27, 2014

The United States of America stands as one of the most powerful entities in the history of the world. It has the largest military with over 700 military bases established on foreign soil and a $600 billion defense budget. On top...

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