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Monthly Archives: April, 2012

Making the right choices dining out

Dining out can be a pricey experience -- not just for your wallet, but for your waistline. Check out these helpful tips to dining in a healthy and enjoyable way.

Professor shares passion for Tanzania: Students to travel with faculty-led program

Nine students will be venturing to Tanzania for a five-week, faculty-led study abroad program where they will be studying gender and development.

The Triad House is a safe haven

The Triad House is one of only three group homes in the country that cater to LGBTQ youth.

Alums will do stand-up

Keith and Kenny Lucas, who both graduated from the College in 2007 with degrees in philosophy, will be performing stand up  comedy in their...

The Goods feature artists and singers

Last Saturday, April 21, The Rat hosted ink’s The Goods, a collection of artists, poets and singer-songwriters throughout the day.

Singer-songwriter comes to the Rat

Sitting on a stool — just him and his guitar — Evan Weiss, of the one-man band Into It. Over It, created a very personal atmosphere at his show in the dimly-lit Rathskeller on Tuesday, April 17, with opener Paper Street, put on by the College Union Board.

Men’s tennis beginning to catch fire

It was a mixed week for the College’s tennis teams, as the men went 2-0 to extend their win streak to a semester-best five...

Around The Dorm Championship

In the Around the Dorm championship, the “Ref,” Brendan McGrath, challenges Sports Editor Alex Wolfe, Sports Assistant Chris Molicki and Staff Writer Brandon Gould...

The mind is what matters

“Breathe.” “Stay within yourself.” “He’s not better.” “I’m going to show you how great I am.” These words may not mean anything to most, but to players on...

Welcome to the family

Assistant head coach Gina Carey-Smith fires shots at Kelsey Zinck to warm her up before each game and she can’t help but see a...

Pollack details a ‘World Without Ice’

One of the world’s leading experts on climate change gave an informative lecture on Wednesday, April 18. “Ice, Water and Climate” highlighted humanity’s role in contributing to the Earth’s rising surface tempature as part of the School of Science’s 2012 Colloquium Series.

Marijuana possession on 4/20

Marijuana smokers celebrate the 4/20 "holiday."

Adderall: the new Red Bull?

Recent years show a boom in students turning to the prescription drug Adderall for exams, writing papers and long study sessions. With another round of final exams on the horizon, the College is no exception to this phenomenon.

Author speaks about ‘bloodland’ under Hitler and Stalin

Some are unaware of the connection between Hitler and Stalin and the land between the two powers from 1933 to 1945. Timothy Snyder, best-selling author of “Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin” and a history professor at Yale University, spoke about this connection of powers in the Library Auditorium on Wednesday, April 18 for the Jack Glazer Memorial Lecture.

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