Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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Vote-by-mail fee unconstitutional

by Brian Block Earlier this year, New Jersey passed the vote-by-mail law, which instituted a process in which registered voters could vote in advance...

RAD class teaches women self-defense

By Michella Vega The College’s first Rape Aggression Defense System (RAD) class, designed to provide information and teach self-defense to women, was held last Saturday...

Charity bike ride honors deceased College student

By Juliana Fidler Students and faculty attended the “Ride for Brian” on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in honor of Brian Deppa, a mathematics major and biology...

Seasoned Sugartime fails to satisfy Rat crowd

By Shaun Fitzpatrick The New York City-based soul-rock quartet Sugartime greeted a scant audience at the Rathskeller last Friday night, bringing enthusiasm and energy despite...

Dealing with heartbreak, love in Princeton

Relient K “Forget and Not Slow Down” 4.5/5 Stars By Bobby Olivier Managing Editor Spawned from vocalist Matt Thiessen’s heartbreak and a long Thoreau-esque stay at a Tennessee lake...

Use of revolving doors conserves energy

by Jillian Stark Although it seems like our campus just likes the look of orange net fencing and the sound of jackhammers in the morning,...

‘Batman Arkham Asylum’ raises bar for stealth action

By Alex Sisko Correspondent 'Batman Arkham Asylum' has been mislabeled. Many consider it to be action adventure, but 'Arkham' is a finely tuned stealth action adventure....

For the Foxes falls flat at Rathskeller

By Ben Sherer Correspondent The Rathskeller was disappointed last Friday night by the indie-rock five-some For The Foxes. This Barnegat, N.J.-based group came to the College...

CUB denied concert funds

By Rebecca McNulty Correspondent The Student Finance Board (SFB) voted unanimously to deny the College Union Board (CUB)’s $52,973.45 request to bring performance artists Asher Roth...

Lions speed ahead, runners earn top honors

By Karissa Hearn Correspondent The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams made impressive marks last Thursday at the Mainline Invitational at Haverford College. The meet included...

Liars, man-eaters: mediocre

Nathan Fuller and Jason Seyler review "The Informant" and "Jennifer's Body"

Musical talent abounds at afternoon concert series

By Melissa Radzimski Correspondent Approximately 40 buzzing observers surrounded the typically idle grand piano in the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall for the Wednesday...

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