Year’s end

Year’s end

The end of the year is here. I have a lot of weird apprehensions I think. My year has been filled with weird realizations, moments and a list of things […]


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    Cooking runs in the family

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    Were iPads sustainable?

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  • A response to Katelyn’s 4/19 article

    A response to Katelyn’s 4/19 article

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  • Farewell, Concordia

    Farewell, Concordia

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    Fun F-M summer workouts

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    Secular club approved: After multiple proposals, college recognizes new group

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  • Thank you: an open letter from the Secular Student Community

    Thank you: an open letter from the Secular Student Community

    To put it quite simply, this is a thank you letter to the entire college from the Secular Student Community. Without the overwhelming support throughout these past few months, we […]

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    Be in charge of social media

    As I write my final edition of this column, there are a couple of points that I’d be remiss if I didn’t make. For those of you who stuck through […]