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Gordon Demonstrates Support for DACA Students

September 27, 2017 0

By Jessica Ryan ’19 Sports Editor People who imigrated illegally to the United States a a young age are now in a tense situation as they prepare for the hard-hitting order that President Trump has […]

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 […]

Who We Are

December 17, 2016 0

By: Billy Jepma ’18 Staff Writer As I’m sure the case was for many of us here on campus, I spent the night of Nov. 8 immersed in some degree of anxiety or doubt. This […]

It’s Here: “Arrival” Exceeds Expectations

December 13, 2016 0

By: Billy Jepma ’18 Staff Writer Arrival is one of those rare movies that strikes a perfect balance between social relevance, an independent story and flawless filmmaking. It is a masterclass in science fiction, representing […]

Riding the Bench: Celtics Must Take A Chance

December 8, 2016 0

By: Jacob Hevenor ’17 Sports Editor At the end of last season, Celtics GM Danny Ainge went out and clinched a big free agent signing: longtime Hawks center, Al Horford. Horford was not the star […]

Movie Review: Doctor Strange

December 8, 2016 0

By: Langdon Kessner ’17 Arts & Life Editor Much like Pixar or Disney, Marvel movies have become an brand in and of itself. Their track record is consistent; they know their target audience, and their […]

Land Vs. Water

December 4, 2016 0

By: Shalom Maleachi ’17 Opinions Editor If you were active on social media anytime this past month, it is likely that you have seen friends check-in at Standing Rock Indian Reservation, North Dakota. This act […]

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