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2013 Fall Concert

2013 Fall Concert

November 7, 2013

Letter from the Editor

Matthew Korb ’14, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2013

Earlier this week, while putting off doing my homework for another hour or three, I came across an article on the blog The post, titled “Teen Editor in 1978: You Students don’t deserve a school newspaper!”...

Gone on an Adventure

Kat Graden ‘16, Columnist

September 26, 2013

I think we all have moments when we must stop to wonder, “How did I get here?” This moment struck me about 6 months ago, as I stood surrounded by sheep on a grassy cliff beneath the stunning skies of New Zealand. I stood there...

Men’s Soccer Sweeps Opening Games

Sarah Giardini ’14, Sports Writer

September 16, 2013

Men’s soccer opened up their new season 2-0 as they look to once again be a championship contender. “My main goal is to enjoy my last year with my teammates and hopefully host the Centennial Conference championships at Dickinson...

Students Swarm Activities Night

Olga Faccani, Contributing Writer

September 16, 2013

The 2013 Fall Semester Activity Night, despite showcasing more clubs than previous years, managed to fit everyone into the HUB on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Students swarmed the Holland Union Building Social Hall and Underground...

Wellness House Finds New Home

Gloria Hwang ‘15, Contributing Editor

September 16, 2013

The Wellness House was moved to the fourth floor of 25-27 High Street after being located in the Matthews House on Mooreland Ave. for two years. The Wellness House became a Special Interest House at the beginning of the...

Class 2016 Retention Rates Hold Steady

Jessica Sykes ’16, Managing Editor

September 16, 2013

Despite rumors of high drop out rates, the number of returning students in the 2016 class is normal this year, according to college Admissions. According to the Office of Admissions, the school expects 90 percent of the 2016 class to return, a number consistent wi...

What’s Next in Syria?

What’s Next in Syria?

September 16, 2013

An American in Paris

Colin Tripp '14, Columnist

April 18, 2013

I traveled to Paris back in November and again in January. I think it’s almost impossible to capture the city, for Paris was Paris and different than I imagined: seedier, older, and bigger. Whereas Amsterdam felt almost quaint,...

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