Monday, July 26, 2021

Tom Kozlowski

The daily struggles of adjunct profs

Exploring the difficulties of adjunct professors.

Blinder analyzes 2008’s Great Recession

By Tom Kozlowski Managing Editor When the 2008 financial crisis threatened the survival of the American economy, the ideology of many Americans conflicted with their pragmatism....

For Simpson, College blunders with club sports

When former Director of Intramural and Club Sports Deb Simpson retired on Monday, Sept. 1, she knew her position had yet to be filled and that a professional void would persist in the program. What she didn’t realize was just how quickly the program would collapse into chaos.

Tailgating together once again

In a campus-wide email sent out on Friday, Oct. 3, the College announced the return of a united Homecoming tailgate, rousing renewed excitement from the general student body and alumni alike, thanks to a proposal brought to the Homecoming Committee by Student Government President Matt Wells and Inter-Greek Council President Robbie Nunes.

Tree falls on campus walkway, no one injured

By Courtney Wirths and Tom Kozlowski Features Editor and Managing Editor A large tree fell across the walkway behind the Music Building on Tuesday, Sept. 2,...

Inside the fences of Campus Town

On any given day, there are 90-120 workers on site of Campus Town — all there to complete the project in time for fall 2015.

College places well in national rankings

Breaking down all the lists, numbers and rankings of the College.

Copper pipe crime swipe

In an off-campus house, several hundred feet of copper piping are stolen amidst a suspected burglary.

College contaminated by chemical spill, one student transported

After coming into contact with a hazardous chemical spill, a College student was rushed to Health Services as students evacuated the building.

Pro-life demonstration trashed on Kendall lawn

The Students for Life Club's presentation was found dismantled and partially discarded in the trash; elsewhere, angry students seek windows of opportunity.

Muha takes College by storm

Known as the prolific signature on the College's email alerts, David Muha could not be further from the background, an actor at the forefront of identity and progress on campus.

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.

Bio program watered down by spring showers

Floods, swastikas, and several intruders come to campus in plagues.

Four beers, rolling a ‘J’

On Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 2:50 a.m., Campus Police were dispatched on the report of a student experiencing chest pains after inhaling marijuana. According...

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