Smash Ultimate DLC Predictions: Mario

Dennis Liu ’22 STEPDAD Big news broke out on the internet last week. News surrounding an important figure, beknown to many. I am, of course, talking about Steve of Minecraft fame. The new fighter joining the battle in the critically acclaimed fighting game crossover, Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, […]

If Campion House Cookie Emails and Ever-fi Course Reminder Emails Traded Their Respective Tones: A Study

Hannah Johnson ‘21 Decorated Researcher Email #1: Subject: ONLINE OPPORTUNITY TODAY: Ever-fi courses! Message: Drop by a computer TODAY anytime for an online Ever-fi course and a socially-distanced ‘hello’ from the Office of Student Wellness Education!  Message #2: OOPS! Anytime before 11:59pm TODAY!  (The Director needs a cup […]

All Ears

Mario Micallef Eggplant Editor All Ears Once there was a girl, and she was asked a question. “Girl, do listen up, will you hear my newest obsession?” Girl wore a thick dark cloak; nobody ever saw her reflection. “Indeed I shall, Madam May, I am all ears.” She […]

1620/2020 Speaker Series Begins with “Politics of Memory and Commemoration”

Devyn Forcina ’22 News Editor The 1620/2020 Speaker Series began on Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This specific event, “Politics of Memory and Commemoration: Columbus Statues and Beyond,” facilitated conversations about narrative-building monuments and “the discourse of disappearing Indians” in the words of Senior Lecturer Thomas Doughton.  The speakers […]

SGA Senate Minutes

10/04/20: Confirmation Hearings: The Senate confirmed Yulianna Ocampo, Dylan Blunk, Henry Byrne, Nelson Martinez de los Santos, Marisa George, Britt Axelson, and Connor McNerney to the SGA 2020-2021 Cabinet. Congratulations to all! Speaker Updates: The RSO liaison program kicked off last week, and Senators are continuing to check […]

When Plexiglass Becomes a Debate

Maggie Connolly ’21 Opinions Editor Donald Trump’s response to Covid has clearly already been a colossal failure. Now, on top of his failure to the country, he has failed himself and many of his political peers and close advisors. Trump’s positive Covid test last Friday shocked the world, […]

Want to be Patriotic? Wear a Mask.

Joe Barbieri ’23 Opinions Editor Last Friday, President Donald Trump sent shockwaves across the country by announcing in an early morning tweet that he and First Lady Melania Trump had indeed tested positive for the coronavirus. The president and the first lady were not the only ones who […]

A Country, Divided

Grace Manning ‘21  Opinions Editor There is a saying that is common in many American households: “No politics at the dinner table”. My family doesn’t ever follow this rule and we have engaged in many a rousing dinner debate, often resulting in someone stalking off and others refusing […]