Archive | March, 2013

Soup and Bread Friday

Kristen Sween Staff Writer Many of us know about the Soup and Bread lunches in Kitt, but not many consider the various charities that actually receive donations from our swipes. I’m here to set the record straight. Cody Staebler ’13 is the head coordinator, and Hannah Redding ’15 is the co-coordinator of the group. The […]

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Streep & Lawrence the actors of their times

Sarah Carracher Despite the Oscar buzz surrounding Jessica Chastain’s performance in “Zero Dark Thirty” and Emmanuelle Riva’s in “Amour,” Jennifer Lawrence nabbed the Best Actress Oscar for her moving and relatable performance in “Silver Linings Playbook.” While her evident acting prowess undoubtedly plays a role in her recent surge to fame and extensive critical acclaim, […]

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What we stand to lose

Adair Creach “Ughh. Lowry food.” We all know the constant, moaning refrain. You’re stuck with the old standby: black beans and rice again. But before you start to daydream about Lowry being sucked into a black hole, imagine this: a cafeteria with far fewer choices, significantly lowered food quality and less ethical/environmentally friendly sources, run […]

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The dangers of gentrification in America’s cities

Dan Grantham Weighty and cumbersome, I drag my wheeled carry-on sized suitcase —  stuffed beyond the point of its aforementioned convenience — through the streets of New York City. Dropped by a taxi cab in front of a block of neat but worn row houses more than two hours before I said I would arrive, […]

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Letter to the Editor: 3/1/13

Letter to the Editors In response to the Voice’s January 25 article “College looks to purchase the Shack” & the February 8 editorial “College’s Shack treatment unfair.”   To the Editors, There have been a couple of factual errors in your recent coverage of The Shack, which I would like to correct, because it’s important […]

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Oscar’s Night or Washington’s?

Laura Merrell Although last Sunday’s Oscars ceremony was filled with many memorable moments, like Jennifer Lawrence tripping on her dress on the way to the stage and Daniel Radcliffe dancing and softshoe, Michelle Obama stole the show. In a surprise appearance, she announced the Best Picture award winner live from the White House, surrounded by […]

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