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Monthly Archives: May, 2019

Boeing CEO addresses public on safety concerns

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg addressed shareholders’ concerns at the Field Museum in Chicago on April 29, following two crashes of the Boeing 737 Max jet that killed hundreds of people,

Measles outbreak spreads across United States

Measles cases in the U.S. soared past 700 and continue to grow amidst the worst outbreak of the once-declared eradicated disease in recent memory. The New York Times reported on April 29

Cyclone Fani devastates coasts of India, Bangladesh

On Friday, May 3 at approximately 8 a.m., Cyclone Fani struck the east India coast near the Puri district in the state of Odisha, according to CBS News. By that night, Fani struck the highly-populated state in India

‘King’ tournament smashes College campus

A wave of frustration and excitement washed across the Recreation Center as students holding video game controllers crowded around dozens of television monitors.

Housemate stabs College student in off-campus home

At approximately 6:48 a.m. on Monday, May 6, a College student was stabbed by his housemate in their off-campus home located on the unit block of Crescent Avenue, according to Ewing Police.

Technology damages interpersonal relationships

As social media-obsessed millennials, we have changed how romantic relationships are initiated and maintained. We have traded face-to-face dating interaction for direct messages on social media

Numbers matter in putting stop to school shooting

When it comes to looking at school shootings, numbers are important. How many people died? How many bullets were fired? How old was the shooter? How old were the victims? How many days has it been since the last school shooting

The Chip: Satire Column Somehow Manages To Get Renewed For Second Season

When people think of satire, they usually think of all the greats: The Onion, “The Daily Show,” Fox News. Poking fun at the news has always been a great American pastime,

College hosts inauguration for 16th president

Under an archway of blue and yellow balloons lead the path to the Student Recreation Center, which hosted a momentous occasion in the College’s history — where Dr. Kathryn A. Foster would be inaugurated as the 16th President of the College on May 3.

College alumnus discusses successful career path to CEO

As part of the Alumni Lecture Series, the College welcomed Andy Polansky (’83), CEO of the global communications and marketing solutions firm Weber Shandwick, on May 1 at 4 p.m. in Mayo Concert Hall.

Cop Shop: Campus Police responds to break-in at off-campus house

On May 1 at approximately 3:10 p.m., Campus Police were contacted on account of a reported theft. The reporting student stated that his purple Diamondback 21 speed

‘AirBand’ sends waves across campus

Packer Hall was buzzing with members of the College’s sororities and fraternities on Friday, May 3, as they eagerly waited for the start of the Inter Greek Council AirBand, where seven sororities and five fraternities were represented

Campus Style: Men’s Fashion Guide

For my final column of this semester, it has come to my attention that these fashion tips have been geared toward women. Recently, a guy friend of mine mentioned that he was struggling to find some summer fashion trends as the weather gets warmer.

Hulu show shatters norms of Muslim culture

Hulu’s “Ramy” follows the title character as he tries to find love in the shadow of his Muslim upbringing. Unclear of his connection to his religion, Ramy lives trial and error in his faith, in his relationships and in everything he does. He’s just trying his best.
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