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T&F Competes at Haverford Invitational

Jenny Davis ’17, Sports Writer

February 17, 2014

  The Dickinson men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Haverford College on Saturday, Feb. 8 to compete in the Seamus McElligott Inivitational. The men and women both did extremely well, winning first place in multiple events throughout the day. The men started off strong wit...

Swim Sinks Swarthmore on Senior Day

Connor MacLaughlin '16, Sports Writer

February 17, 2014

The Red Devils men’s and women’s swim teams both turned out great performances on Saturday Feb. 8, when they defeated a tough Swarthmore team. It was Senior Day at the Kline Center as the underclassmen helped reward the senior...

Dickinson Closing in on Homecourt Advantage

Jimmy Robertson '16, Sports Writer

February 17, 2014

  The Dickinson men’s basketball team looked to rebound from a tough loss at the hands of the Muhlenberg Mules, and did so in grand fashion with two home wins against conference opponents. On Wednesday, Feb. 5, ...

Sam: An Inspiration to Gays and Straights Alike

John O'Neil '14, Sports Editor

February 17, 2014

NFL Draft Prospect Michael Sam announced to the world that he is gay on Sunday, Feb. 9.  Sam, the reigning SEC Defensive Player of the Year and an All-American at Missouri, will be the first openly gay player in the most “macho”...

Let’s Get Reel

Zacharia Benalayat ’17, Life & Style Columnist

February 17, 2014

I can find no fault in this movie.  There is not a single bit of The Lego Movie that I did not enjoy.  I dare you, I DARE YOU, to not find something you like in this movie.  Go see it.  That’s an order - it is one of the...

Letters From Abroad

Meri St. Jean ’15, Abroad Columnist

February 17, 2014

Living with a host family is a weird thing. First of all, it’s weirdly intimate. I knew these people before this year, but now I am entrenched in almost everything they do. I know what Muriel’s morning robe looks like,...

Straight from the Plate

Melanie Singer '17, Life & Style Columnist

February 17, 2014

Ever since coming back from winter break, I feel that the cafeteria food has been more of a struggle than usual. I can usually resort to the Kove or the wrap of the day, which is always interesting and tasty. However, one day...

It Must Be Prayer Time

Virginia Cady ‘15, Abroad Columnist

February 7, 2014

It is my second week of my semester long stay in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Although I had previously been in the city last January with Dickinson Professor Staub and several other students, I am still adjusting to life in...

An Argument for Being Served

Brendan Birth '16, Columnist

February 7, 2014

In the new semester, the least popular change seems to be that we are no longer able to serve ourselves on the cafeteria’s Main Line. Indeed, student feedback, in the form of caf napkins, has erupted in anger over the lack of...

Letter from the New Opinion Editor

Cassandra Colburn ‘15, Opinion Editor

February 7, 2014

Dear readers, I apologize for not introducing myself as the new Opinion Editor in last week’s issue. I was eager to create content and read articles pertaining to Dickinson College life as I have been abroad in Copenhagen...

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