Staff writer Mary Qiu listened to Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017, a free podcast production made available by the Public Theatre, that examines Trump’s rise to power, scrutinizes liberals’ language surrounding Trump, and explores
This week, CCSC Bureau Chief Maddie Goodman felt yet again inspired by the tenacity and student advocacy of general body members.
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Staff Writer Angelina Nicolosi takes you through all the dorm decor she’s wanted, still wants, or puts in her cart to pretend like she’s going to buy it.
The story of yesterday morning’s building explosion in Harlem continues to get worse, and now has its own Wikipedia page. (CNN, Wikipedia) A potential new medication to treat anorexia has been announced, a great possible first step toward furthering biological treatment rather than the disease’s mainstay talk therapy. (Time) Way to go, House of Representatives. […]
Mad Men, AMC’s ’60s drama reeking of cigarette smoke and sexist one-liners, ran its season five premier Sunday night. Our own 20th century American history professor Alan Brinkley shared his reaction on Speakeasy, a Wall Street Journal A&E blog, considering Don “a kind of Gatsby.” Beware the spoilers. The new era doesn’t seem to have […]
Obama has tapped Jim Yong Kim, the president (and sometimes rapper) of Dartmouth, for the top spot at World Bank. For Jeffrey Sachs, then, spring is a time of broken dreams. (Business Week) Graduation is looming and for around two-thirds of seniors, this means starting to think about debt. (The Atlantic) Warm weather can make people […]