Author: Lydia Duan, Staff Writer

Boggle Society shakes up club scene

Here at the College, it seems as though every day I learn about a new avenue that students are exploring outside of the classroom. It’s mind-boggling to learn about just…

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Campus Cribs: Poker B’s wacky world

If you’re looking for a group of humans that embody the word “zesty,” look no further than the seniors of Poker B. As one of the six apartments that comprise…

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Spotlight on Research: Professor Topaz discusses pattern formation in nature

Students sitting cross-legged on the floor or perched on sofas, drinking tea and laughing about mathematical topics that were far, far beyond the scope of my brain. Conversation zipping from…

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Ceramics club gets fired up for pottery

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m artistically challenged. My ceramics career peaked in the third grade when I made a mug with a holey bottom and half a handle.…

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Pilot Wild Oats delivery initiative brings healthy, affordable food to campus

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” “You are what you eat.” And of course, the classic: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” We’ve all heard…

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A-Frame delights with fresh treats

It’s 8 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and while most students at the College are still zombified, Sharon Sutter has already been churning out batches of muffins, breads and cakes…

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Behind the Uniform: Albert Cummings

It’s the background hum in class, the jackhammering echoing students’ early morning caffeinated thoughts, the streets cordoned off and the sidewalks redirected into zigzag patterns. By now, the constant presence…

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