Archive | March, 2016

Alumna reflects on post-grad work abroad

Caroline Bybee Contributing Writer The best part about starting a job abroad straight out of college is that you’re already terrified. If you’re not feeling it yet, I bet you’ll get there. I certainly did­ — May snuck up faster than you could say “I.S. Monday” and the real world loomed closer and closer with […]

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Oscars recap: racism, DiCaprio and Girl Scout cookies

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Sunday marked the 88th Academy Awards. As always, it was a night of beautiful gowns (and beautiful tuxes — looking at you, Mark Ruffalo), speeches ushered to hasty conclusions by orchestra music and praise for movies 90 percent of America hasn’t seen. But for those who missed the Oscars this year, […]

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Love Isn’t Bliss

If you are like me, you are waiting for March 4, the day when season four of House of Cards finally comes out on Netflix. For me personally it has been very hard to watch Netflix in this great time of sorrow. However, a new show entitled Love has been added to the long list […]

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Student entrepreneur balances school and art

Ama Addo Contributing Writer Twenty-one-year-old Tarik Welch ’16 is not your ordinary business economics major. Some may call Welch a musician or an entrepreneur. He is all of those things — mixed with eclectic mannerisms and a mysteriously pensive aura. Upon my arrival for our interview, for example, he opened the door with an electric […]

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