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Rich Lowry shares insights from the right.

By Samantha Allen '10

Last November, Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, the biweekly magazine founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1955, presented his perspective on the current state...

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The fountain of youth is fitness.

By Samantha Allen ’10

Have you ever admired someone’s timeless beauty and wondered how that person aged so gracefully? It turns out, beauty isn’t just good fortune....

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Documentary tells stories of the often invisible custodians of American universities.

By Melanie Breault ’11

We walk past them everyday. As we go about our business — rushing to class, chatting with...

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Chilean tapestries depict oppression in Pinochet’s Chile.

By Samantha Allen '11


Threads of Hope: The Chilean Arpillera Movement, an exhibition at the College’s Handwerker Gallery, showcased last fall from October through December. On display were hand-sewn, three-dimensional tapestries, relics of the arpillera social movement of Chile.

The...

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The Onion causes peals of laughter on campus. 

By Melanie Breault ’11

When a major event happens, media outlets send reporters to cover the story. Clicking through the...

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