Author: Mandela Namaste, Staff Writer

Reconciling Kanye West’s recent behavior with his iconic music

Kanye West and braggadocio are a more compatible duo than anything (outside of peanut butter and jelly). They are inseparable. One could describe Kanye as having a rebellious streak, but…

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Nowhere to hide: The all-consuming nature of politics in 2017

I am a gigantic sports fan – possibly the biggest one you know. I love sports so much and know so many obscure sports facts that I literally appeared on…

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Men’s soccer falls to Midd. in double-overtime heartbreaker 1–0

Eric Hirsch ’19 had one shot on goal in Saturday’s NESCAC Tournament game against the Middlebury Panthers. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. In a first-round playoff match rife with intensity…

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Men’s soccer falls 1–0 to Tufts in critical conference tilt

Tufts edged visiting men’s soccer (8–3–3, 5–3–1 in the NESCAC) 1–0 in a game played on a slow turf in a fairly steady rain. Both teams had difficulty mounting offensive…

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Ephs trump Cardinals, tie Polar Bears

Men’s soccer (7–2–3, 4–2–1 in the NESCAC) forced two NESCAC opponents into overtime this week, ultimately defeating Wesleyan on Saturday 2–1 and tying Bowdoin 1–1 on Sunday. “It was a…

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Men’s soccer bounces back against Bates

T.L. Guest ’17 provided support for the defensive line on Sunday in a 2–0 win over Bates. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s soccer (6–1–1, 3–1 in the NESCAC) responded…

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Men’s soccer extends undefeated start

Tom Young ’17 fired two shots during the Ephs’ contest against the Babson Beavers at Cole Field on Sunday afternoon. Photo courtesy of Sports Information. Men’s soccer (4–1–0, 2–0 in…

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Men’s soccer wins first league bout

Men’s soccer (2-0, 1-0 in the NESCAC) secured two important victories over the weekend to open its season with wins over Trinity and Eastern Connecticut State. “We’re obviously excited to…

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Kendrick and conscious rap: The rhythms and rhymes of Black realities

Last Friday marked the latest release of one of rap’s brightest stars, Kendrick Lamar. Titled untitled unmastered, this compilation is filled with leftover songs, many of which were deemed not…

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Men’s soccer falls to Conn. College in PKs

Malcolm Moutenot ’17 scored one goal and notched three shots in the men’s game on Saturday. Photo Credit / Sports Information Men’s soccer (7-7-2, 4-6-1 in the NESCAC) lost a…

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