Letter to the editor responds to alumni concerns about Scot Council

Olivia Proe To the editor: As incoming president of Scot Council, I would like to take this opportunity to address the concerns some of our alumni have voiced regarding the new governing body. I am proud of the governing body that students have worked so hard to create, and strongly believe the creation of Scot … Continue reading Letter to the editor responds to alumni concerns about Scot Council

SGA and CC continue discussions about a joint student govt.

Olivia Proe Features Editor On Tuesday, Feb. 18, representatives from the Student Government Association (SGA) and Campus Council (CC) met in the Lowry Pit to discuss the possibility of dissolving and creating a new joint student governing body. Members of the Oversight Committee, comprised of both members of SGA and CC, presented their changes to … Continue reading SGA and CC continue discussions about a joint student govt.

Glazers mistake Manchester United for profit machine

Nick Shereikis It’s been an absolutely unbelievable English Premier League (EPL) season. Liverpool, after years grappling with failure, is now effortlessly dominant. Just seven points separate fourth from tenth place, an unprecedentedly close race for coveted UEFA Champions League qualifying slots. Manchester City is now banned from all European competition for two years, and are … Continue reading Glazers mistake Manchester United for profit machine

Board of Trustees’ attendance at student meeting declines

Samuel Casey News Editor At an Oct. 30 Student Government Association (SGA) meeting, members brought up concerns regarding the number of Trustees present at the previous week’s Student Development meeting, where student organization leaders could speak directly to members of the Board of Trsutees regarding issues facing their groups. Libbie Main ’20, co-president of Inter-Greek … Continue reading Board of Trustees’ attendance at student meeting declines

Who won the most recent Democratic debate? An overview of the winners

Nick Shereikis It’s difficult to truly measure the value of last week’s Democratic debate. Historically, fourth-round primary debates have featured a few politically established individuals responding to meaningful moderator questions, exchanging policy critique and pitching personal platforms to a party audience. Tuesday’s debate, antithetically, devolved into a surreal twelve-person free-for-all throughout which would-be party nominees … Continue reading Who won the most recent Democratic debate? An overview of the winners

 Where the English Premier League falls short

Nick Shereikis Contributing Writer Harry Maguire, $99.18 million. Aaron Wan-Bissaka, $62.70 million. Daniel James, $19.38 million. Though none of these signings are even near icon Paul Paugba’s 2016 transfer fee (roughly $117 million), it is unquestionable that Manchester United splashed some serious cash in this year’s English Premier League (EPL) summer transfer window. While that’s … Continue reading  Where the English Premier League falls short