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First Comes Love, Then Comes…Nope.

Caroline Elkin ‘15, Columist

November 20, 2014

Tonight, I dedicate this article to a topic more intimidating than graduation, more contentious than politics at the Thanksgiving table. Tonight, as I’m juggling a barrage of texts from my childhood best friend who just got...

Fashion: Emilia McManus ’15

Hadley Smith ’15, Fashion Columnist

November 20, 2014

Meet Emilia McManus, a senior, a Political Science major, from Bethesda, Maryland. Over an intimate meal at the Michelin rated Snar, Emilia and I chatted about fashion, studying in Madrid, and Harry Styles. How would you define...

To Binge or Not to Binge

To Binge or Not to Binge

November 20, 2014

Letters from Abroad

Kevin Doyle ’16, Abroad Columnist

November 20, 2014

My host mother recently lectured me on the “schizophrenic genius” (as she called it) of all great leaders. Stalin, Napoleon and even Hitler in her mind were all slightly mentally unstable, but that little touch of madness...

In Defense of Introverts

Janie Feldmann ‘15, News Editor

November 14, 2014

In today’s increasingly competitive world, a great amount of stress is placed upon being an extroverted, Type A individual. Naturally, for most job companies, extroverts are excellent assets: they are quick decision-makers,...

Fashion: Emilia McManus ’15

Hadley Smith ’15, Fashion Columnist

November 14, 2014

Meet Emilia McManus, a senior, a Political Science major, from Bethesda, Maryland. Over an intimate meal at the Michelin rated Snar, Emilia and I chatted about fashion, studying in Madrid, and Harry Styles. How would you define...

Letters from Abroad

Kevin Doyle ’16, Abroad Columnist

November 14, 2014

My host mother recently lectured me on the “schizophrenic genius” (as she called it) of all great leaders. Stalin, Napoleon and even Hitler in her mind were all slightly mentally unstable, but that little touch of madness...

This I Believe

Rogelio Cerezo ‘15, Guest Writer

November 6, 2014

In today’s world, it is hard to turn on the television and not get the feeling the world is headed for doomsday. This is the case especially when we see news stories regarding violence in Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine, among other...

My Biggest College Regret

Caroline Elkin ‘15, Columnist

November 6, 2014

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Not midterms, midterm elections or even the impending Thanksgiving break, but course selection for next semester. Hopefully, by now you have already chosen your classes. Hopefully, you...

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