Summer Festival Lineups

Anna Fedder

April 26, 2015

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With only a couple of months remaining until summertime, people are starting to make summer plans, and for many music-lovers, these plans often include music festivals. Over the past few weeks, the lineups for events like Bonnaroo,...

Zayn Chooses New Direction

Madalynn Williams, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2015

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Alright, let me first say that I am not an intense 1D fan so if you are expecting some sad and awkwardly depressing ode to Zayn, please abort and find a Tumblr page of your preference. When I saw the hashtag #ZaynMalik trending...

Ask Her More

Mallory Higgins

April 7, 2015

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In April 2011, Jennifer Siebel Newsom founded the “Representation Project,” a non-profit organization urging individuals to challenge and conquer stereotypes that limit all individuals from seeking their potential. This...

The Photo Obsession

Nina Dietz

April 7, 2015

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Ok, so everyone reading this probably already knows that I am deeply biased on the subject of photography. Now that that’s out of the way, on to my incredibly biased article about photo at Friends. Photography is one of the...

Summer Festival Lineup

Anna Fedder

April 7, 2015

Filed under Arts and Culture

With only a couple of months remaining until summertime, people are starting to make their summer plans, and for many music-lovers, these plans often include summer music festivals. Over the past few weeks, the lineups for events...

Son of a Man, The Fight Against ALS

Anna Fedder

April 7, 2015

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Lou Gehrig's disease, more commonly known as ALS, has recently skyrocketed in its media presence as a result of the viral Ice Bucket Challenge that was intended to raise awareness for the rare but persistent disease. Despite the...

Academy Awards Get it Right

Christopher Zdenek

April 7, 2015

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The Academy Awards did something exceptional this year; they got most of the awards right. The Awards show honored three movies in particular this year, Birdman, Whiplash, and The Grand Budapest Hotel. These films were recognized...

The Chipotle Phenomenon

H.D. Gantt

February 8, 2015

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It's not unusual for the local York Road Chipotle to be jam-packed, bustling with activity, lines overflowing out of the door and snaking around the corner, past a vacant Qdoba and Little Caesar's Pizza, even on a weeknight. Five...

Pleiades Opens for Jay Leno at Modell Lyric

Emilia Halverson, Title Writer

February 8, 2015

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In a world of social media, we often feel connected to celebrities we never meet. Here is the story of how twelve girls, united by a cappella, actually met one. It began with Elizabeth Makris ‘18, whose godmother works at...

No Silly Love Songs, Please

Anna Fedder

February 8, 2015

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Every year, Valentine’s Day manages to annoy me, not because of all the happy couples, but because of all the lame, corny love songs that are played constantly. I understand that my opinion means nothing in the grand scheme...

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