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The Poly Alternative

Suri Smith '13, Columnist

April 18, 2013

When you think of a relationship, what do you see? You probably envision two people who are deeply in love, maybe a man and a woman, maybe a same-sex relationship if you’re LGBTQ or open-minded. They might be old, young, black,...

Life Lessons from Abroad

Sara Moss '14, Abroad Columnist

April 18, 2013

Today is April 12. In exactly 36 days, my bags will be packed and my host family will bring me to the Copenhagen airport. I will be heading home, and as much as I would like to change that fact, there is nothing I can do. The...

Writer in Residence Visits from Germany

Christine Muller, Staff Writer

March 28, 2013

For the last few weeks of the Spring 2013 semester, Dickinson College is hosting a guest author from Germany. Zafer Senocak, a well-known German author of Turkish origin, is the Max Kade writer-in-residence for the spring...

Blast from the Past: MASH Withdrawal

March 7, 2013

The end of the beloved TV show MASH saddened millions of Americans. Andy Brotmann jokingly reports how Dickinsonians handled this change in an article printed March 10, 1983. Monday, February 28th, marked the end of a saga...

Just a Small-Town Girl

Jessy Cooper '13, Columnist

February 7, 2013

…And she didn’t even know it. I know it’s not how the song goes, but that would be the truth. Growing up in suburban sprawl, the transition to small, historic Carlisle three and a half years ago was not as bad for me as...

Cooperstown Calamity?

Brendan Birth ‘15, columnist

February 7, 2013

Believe it or not, I have passions other than politics. I used to watch baseball, especially the New York Mets, but I gradually lost interest due to the cloud of Performance-Enhancing Drugs (PEDs). However, one baseball story gr...

Letter from the Editor: Paying for Beauty

Matthew Korb '14, Editor-in-Chief

February 7, 2013

The new Soccer complex and the Kaufman Greenhouse was completed October and December 2012 respectively. Expansions to the Rector Science Complex are projected to be finished Fall 2013 and the Durden Athletic Training Center in...

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