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Monthly Archives: March, 2014

From the Roberts: Spring Jumpsuits

By Raquel Roberts and Samantha Roberts Bloggers Dread not fashionistas of the world! Spring is finally on it’s way despite the very long and harsh winter. And...

The Lime Correspondent: Lime Culture

By Patrick Gallagher Blogger After the resounding response to my last article, “The Origin of Limes,” I would first like to thank my readers and supporters...

The Elephant in the Room: A look at Hillary Clinton

By Meghan Chroback Blogger Hillary Clinton is one name that has a lot of power and meaning in the United States. Many people, including Pharrell, predicts that...

Bigotry in the bathroom

During the College's Spring Break, a series of biased phrases and images were found above a urinal in the men's bathroom, third floor of the Library.

The poor and the poormasters: a timeless story

Freelance writer Holly Metz discusses her new book "Killing the Poormaster," which uncovers histories of corruption and poverty in Depression-era New Jersey.

Improved site for schedule

The site sgacademicaffairs.weebly.com is introduced to SG in the hopes of improving the student body's tools for scheduling.

Janet Yellen: high spirits, low rates

The new Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen promises to keep interest rates low, and 'Divergent' makes waves at the box office.

Paradise Fears connects with Rat audience

Students had the chance to hang out with their favorite musicians in the Rathskeller on Friday, March 21, when Paradise Fears and Pentimento performed and connected with their fans.

Rushkoff emphasizes humanity in digital age

In a world consumed with digital media, Douglas Rushkoff is on team human. Rushkoff argued for human intervention in his talk, “Program or Be Programmed: Play, Participation and Power in a Digital Age,” in the Mayo Concert Hall on Wednesday, March 19.

‘Dido and Aeneas’ thrills: Traditional aspects a success

On Friday, March 21, the College’s Department of Music presented its second performance of Henry Purcell’s opera, “Dido and Aeneas,” in the Black Box Theatre in Kendall Hall.

Flute recital impresses

Gerado Aquino on trumpet and Genna Conti on percussion brought the Mayo Concert Hall to life on Sunday, March 23, with their effortless skill for their Senior Recital.

Hipper motions to harness social media

As part of the Brown Bag Series, guest speaker Tom Hipper visited the College in the Mayo Concert Hall on Friday, March 21, for “Communication During Disasters: How Social Media and Crisis Mapping Are Changing the Field.”

Ellie Goulding dazzles with ‘Halcyon Days’ tour

Goulding brought her “Halcyon Days” tour to The Liacouras Center on Friday, March 14, performing a complete 20-song set, containing everything from her radio hits to her softer acoustic numbers.

Despite rumors, growth in Greeks

One, two, three, four, Greek.This is what assistant director for fraternity & sorority life Dave Conner sometimes thinks to himself when walking around campus....
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