September 21, 2019

Alchemists and Apertures – Vaccination Nation

February 24, 2017 0

By: Harrison Miller ‘17, Michael Shea, Kayla Kroning ‘18, Emma Folkerts ‘21 and Anne-Milda Pu ’17 Contributors In the beginning smallpox killed the young and the old. The disease was deadly and highly contagious. Communities […]

The States Lose Without Trans-Pacific Partnership

February 24, 2017 0

By: David Giordano ‘17 Contributor The swearing in of President Donald Trump was the final blow to US involvement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a 12-nation free trade agreement encompassing 40% of global gross domestic […]

Lives Worth Eating – Tatte

February 24, 2017 0

By: Talita Elizeu ‘17 Food Columnist Essential to my approach of food are shared moments of appreciation of meals, all in hopes of building trust and friendship. So, you can only imagine how devastated I […]

Globes Entertains Filmmakers and Moviegoers

February 24, 2017 0

By: Tohko Nohara ‘18 Staff Writer “You got a chest infection, and I don’t have a dress tonight. You take some medications, Then I will go take deep deep breath…” the Gordon edition of La […]

A Deep Faith Week Unlike Any Other

February 24, 2017 0

By: Andrew York ‘19 Staff Writer On Sunday Feb. 12, an e-mail was sent to students from President Lindsay that read, “Monday’s delayed opening will cancel all classes before 11 a.m., and impact the start […]

New Lego Movie Brings Fresh Twist on Batman

February 24, 2017 0

By: Langdon Kessner ‘17 Arts & Life Editor Batman, on film, has been on a downward slope since The Dark Knight (2008).  While many people, including myself, enjoyed The Dark Knight Rises (2012), it was […]

New Offerings from the Academic Support Center

February 23, 2017 0

By: Veronica Andreades ‘19 Contributor Tucked behind the Beauregard Mezzanine, on the fourth floor of Jenks, resides the Academic Support Center (ASC). One might hardly notice the unassuming, silver lettering above the door that leads […]

Pond Treated with Chemicals to Rid Native Species

February 23, 2017 0

By: Taylor Bradford ‘19 Editor-in-Chief Coy Pond has been the center point for many community members admiration as it houses a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation. Last summer, the College treated the Pond with […]

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