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Where the State House Bleeds Red

April 28, 2017 0

by Daniel Simonds ’17 Contributor Chants from the anti-Trump protest caromed off the walls of the Senate Minority Leader’s spacious Massachusetts State House office. This environment of dissonance served as a metaphor of the political […]

Gravity House Wins Social Venture Challenge

April 28, 2017 0

by Andrew Huang ’19, Nate McReynolds ’18 Contributors Students Richard Teunis ’17, Andrew Crossman ’17 and Seth McKinney ’20 won $5,000 for their non-profit Gravity House in the Center for Entrepreneurial Learning (CEL) sponsored event, […]

Support for DACA Students Through Uncertainty

April 28, 2017 0

by Jonathan Chandra ’19 Staff Writer In a recent interview with the Tartan, Yicaury Melo was brought to tears. “They’re my babies,” she said, pausing to collect herself before she continued. “It’s just really hard. […]

Letter from the Editor – Exploring Who We Are

April 28, 2017 0

Christopher McCandless left the his home in Virginia determined to find happiness, truth and an identity. Inspired by Henry David Thoreau and Jack London, McCandless sought solitude within the Alaskan wilderness. However, his journey North […]

The Fate of the Furious Movie Review

April 28, 2017 1

by Langdon Kessner ‘17 Arts and Life Editor What is there to say, really? This the eighth film in this franchise. Eighth. They made eight films from what originally began as a street racing B-movie. […]

Amadeus – An Innovative, Interactive Production

April 28, 2017 0

by Emily Romero ‘20 Contributor The cast and crew of Amadeus crafted a fascinating show that brought to life the excruciating questions humanity perpetually asks itself. The classic theme of “God versus Man” is evident […]

W.I.L.D. Semester Terminated for Fall 2017

April 28, 2017 0

by Corrine Previte ’17 News Editor The Wilderness Immersion and Leadership Development (W.I.L.D) program, led by Scott Barnett, was eliminated Apr. 3 for the following fall semester. According to the college website, the program uses “outdoor […]

Sojourners Writer Speaks at Human Rights Week

April 28, 2017 0

by Daniel Simonds ’17 Contributor Xenophobia is defined as fear of the stranger. Gordon Social Justice Initiative (SJI) brought a Convocation speaker to campus who quelled this fear from multiple angles — biblical, political and sociological. Lisa […]

Lives Worth Eating – Muqueca

April 28, 2017 0

by Talita Elizeu ‘17 Food Columnist I know you’ve wondered for weeks now: What will she review for the last edition of Lives Worth Eating? How will this culinary saga end? Well, the wait is […]

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