Month: October 2018

Keep the Libraries Alive

Henry W. Noe ’22 Opinions Editor With the amelioration of the internet and e-readers, libraries are becoming less and less sought out as a valuable resource. Individuals are less inclined to pursue their local library when in search of a certain resource or in need of assistance; the […]

Civil Hypocrisy on the Hill

Dear Editors, Buddy the Elf could mostly aptly describe the topic of the recent Charles Carroll lecture by David French, because French truly sat on a throne of lies. Before and after his lecture, French continually enflamed passions surrounding Brett Kavanugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. This included […]

First Man Review

Tyler Christiansen Staff Writer Damien Chazelle, writer/director of the critically acclaimed films Whiplash and La La Land, creates another near-perfect film about the trials of the NASA program through the eyes of Neil Armstrong. Josh Singer, writer of Spotlight and The Post, adapted the screenplay from James Hansen’s […]

Scalia

“Some very good people have some very bad ideas, and if you can’t separate the two, you have to get another day job; you can’t be a judge.” The late Justice Antonin Scalia provided this quotation when asked about his unlikely friendship with colleague Justice Ginsburg. Washington D.C.’s […]