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It’s freshly fall, officially as of a week or so ago, marked in sound by the brief abundance of the deservedly beloved Earth, Wind & Fire tune “September.” It doesn’t quite look autumnal yet, but the cold has come out with a vengeance that is, at the very least, uncharacteristic for this sort of weatherContinue reading “Delirious Thoughts on the Changing Seasons”
Irene Jordan Dardashti, Contributing Writer It was not the typical way to name a campus building when the Chair of the Board of Trustees Cary Wagner, Class of 1915, impulsively announced that a new student center on campus would be named for then president Howard F. Lowry. That was on a cold day in December,Continue reading “Another Plea to Reconsider Howard Lowry’s Legacy”
Geoffrey Allen, Viewpoints Editor A couple days ago, I walked through the library trying to find my carrel for the first time (I know, I’m so late to the party as a senior). Just as I catch one of my close friends doing her work, I see another carrel, an empty one. This carrel, withContinue reading “As Tough for the Platonic as it is for the Romantic”
Aaron Huq, Contributing Writer Invasion of privacy- first thing that comes to my mind is someone trying to gain more information than needed for them to know. They might use it against us, or gaslight- valid reasons for which we shield our vulnerabilities, things that other people should not know. But then, some people areContinue reading ““I Don’t Mind My Own Business””
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