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Ariel Steinsaltz

Supreme Court forces Trump to hand over tax returns

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer The Supreme Court issued a ruling Monday saying that it would not prevent former president Trump’s tax returns from being handed...

Trump’s legal troubles persist following second acquittal

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer The Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump on Saturday, Feb. 13 in his impeachment trial for inciting the riot...

Trump acquitted in second impeachment trial

The Senate has voted to acquit Donald J. Trump on grounds of inciting the Jan. 6 attack on the nation's Capital. 

Everything you need to know about Trump’s second impeachment trial

By Ariel SteinsaltzStaff Writer The impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump began in the Senate on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Trump was charged with inciting...

The progression of Trump’s second impeachment trial

By Ariel SteinsaltzCorrespondent On Jan. 13, Donald Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached for a second time, only a week...

‘WandaVision’ pokes fun at classic sitcoms

By Ariel SteinsaltzCorrespondent  Warning: The following contains spoilers for episodes one and two of 'Wandavision.'  On Friday, Marvel Studios debuted its latest, and perhaps weirdest, project:...

Lights, camera, Eickhoff: Dining Hall goes Hollywood

Let’s face it—Eick is typically not associated with elegance, nutrition or fine dining. But when the space is decorated with a photo booth, a red carpet and table cloths, students are suddenly intrigued.

Trump impeachment trial progresses

Donald Trump’s historic Dec. 18 impeachment has moved to the Senate chambers. The official trial, which began on Jan. 21, began with a fierce debate over the rules that would govern the trial, according to the Washington Post.

Multicultural Buffet celebrates Asian culture

Students lined up from one end of the Brower Student Center to the other.

College hosts fifth annual Day of Giving

On Thursday, Nov. 7, the College held its fifth annual Day of Giving, where faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni and friends of the College could donate money to different initiatives on campus.

Private satellites change view of Earth

From its San Francisco offices, Planet Labs has changed the way individuals view the world. According to NBC News, the company operates a fleet of privately owned satellites that are

Explosions at Oktoberfest celebrations injure five

An explosion at an Oktoberfest celebration in Huntington Beach, Calif., left several people injured just after 8 p.m. on Oct. 5, according to CBS News. The event, an American version of the German celebration, usually lasts for two months, according to NBC News.

Worldwide protests demand action on climate change

All throughout the world, people took to the streets to protest the lack of action taken on climate change on Sept. 20, according to The Guardian.

Barricade collapses on audience at Seattle music festival

More than two dozen people were injured when a stage barricade collapsed at the annual Labor Day Weekend Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival in Seattle on Aug. 31.

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