by Brody K. Truce Senior Staff Writer Town/Gown relations in Norwich, CT deteriorated in record time this year when students returned to campus. For over fifty years, tensions between “townies” and college students have centered around student vandalism of locals’ mailboxes, cars and homes. But this year, the townies took matters into their own hands. […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer After months of job searching, Leslie Kilbride of Minnesota is gearing up to make a big announcement about where she’ll be for July training. “I did the placement circuit,” said Kilbride. “I rocked the Oshkosh Placement Exchange in March, but I wasn’t really sold on the entire residence life […]
by Dana Lancer Freelance Writer A blue-ribbon research panel of internationally prominent art historians has concluded that Pablo Picasso, the painter credited with almost single-handedly defining 20th-century abstract art, had less artistic talent than the average five-year-old child. “Not that Picasso was stupid,” explained Prof. Gertrudis Estaín, chair of the fine arts department at Bryn […]
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