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Ten Thrilling Movies

Ten Thrilling Movies

November 23, 2015

Top Thanksgiving Foods

Kathryn O'Sullivan

November 16, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Op-Ed

Thanksgiving is a great holiday for one reason: food.  It's the one day of the year that a person can eat as much as they want (or can).  It also helps that the food is some of the best food ever. This is a list of the best Than...

The Mystery of MH370

November 9, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

From Vladimir Putin to alien abductions, many imaginative theorists have been producing many ideas - some that have people thinking, “Hmmm… possibly…” and others scoffing in outright ludicrousness - about flight MH370...

Beasts of No Nation: The Corruption of Innocence

Ethan Li, Staff Writer

November 8, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Op-Ed

"A boy is a dangerous thing," says the Commandant. Fresh from directing True Detective, Cary Fukunaga delivers another cinematic masterpiece this year: Beasts of No Nation. Starring Idris Elba and newcomer Abraham Attah, th...

Umpqua Community College Shooting

Noor Kamal & Lawrence Lan, Staff Writers

November 8, 2015

Filed under News, Op-Ed

On October 1, 2015, Umpqua Community College student Christopher Harper-Mercer killed an assistant professor, eight students, and himself on campus. Although this tragedy occurred over two weeks ago, its implications still hang o...

The Democratic Debate

The Democratic Debate

October 29, 2015

The Clock Kid

The Clock Kid

October 18, 2015

A Resident Student Perspective on the Tribulations of Junior Year

Ryan Biks, Staff Writer

October 18, 2015

Filed under Commons, Op-Ed

Come October, Ward Melville’s juniors have already tried their hands at several new subjects (be they calculus, chemistry, rhetoric – the register of academic options is an extensive one, given the electives offered as well),...

Back-to-School: Let’s Panic.

Katie Cespedes, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015

Filed under Op-Ed

Wake up before the sun. Six hours and fifty-one minutes of intellectual exertion. Practice, work. Maybe a nap if you’re one of the lucky ones. Dinner. Hours of homework that you never fully complete. Study for that test that will b...

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