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Pep Band: Integral Part of Basketball Success

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By: Sam Thomas ’20 Sports Editor There’s a reason why nationally 17th-ranked Rhode Island missed the first free throw on the first shot of a one-and-one three times in the last minute of this season’s final home men’s basketball game. Sure, Belk Arena packed the punch in rowdiness, but anyRead More

Honor Council to Bring Back Draconian Dungeons, Devices of Torture

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In a radical and shocking move, the Honor Council has resurrected long-forgotten judiciary practices of the Inquisition Era for the upcoming spring finals  season. The changes are expected to greatly speed up the trial process and prevent excessive time and energy lost for its members. Honor Council trials have beenRead More

The Chaplains’ Cafe

The Chaplains’ Cafe

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By: Rob Spach ’84 If you’re walking by the sculpture garden in front of the library on the next couple of Thursdays during Common Hour, you may notice signs for something called the Chaplains’ Café. This outdoor set-up with coffee and home-baked treats for passers-by was prompted by questions we’veRead More

Five Ways to Avoid Your Tinder Match’s Line of Sight While Walking to Your Table in Commons

Five Ways to Avoid Your Tinder Match’s Line of Sight While Walking to Your Table in Commons

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You’re leaving the Commons grill station with your chicken tenders lying plateless on your tray next to your caramel-brownie-triple-raspberry-cheesecake scoopie (you need something to fill the void left by your dry sex life). You see the Tinder match that your thirsty ass swiped on Sunday at three in the morning.Read More

Storytelling as Activism

Storytelling as Activism

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By: Ashley Behnke ’19 When the most popularly produced playwright of 2017-2018 offers you her script for free as part of a national campaign of theatre activism against gun violence, it’s pretty impossible to say no. Playwright Lauren Gunderson was provoked to share her piece, Natural Shocks, after seeing theRead More