DAPL: This Land Is Not Our Land

Opinion

By Dan Teano Lifestyle Editor Maybe we think of discrimination as a historical concept. Perhaps we’ve fallen into a belief that after the Civil Rights movement, every person of every race would be treated fairly and equally. But that could not be further from the truth. To the Energy Transfer Partnership, the American Indians of […]

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Hero of the Week: Joe Biden (and His Memes)

Columns, Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor This issue’s hero of the week is none other than America’s favorite cool grandpa, Vice President Joe Biden. Following Donald Trump’s election win, some on the internet sought to find solace for the fact that the election didn’t go their way. In true internet fashion, people turned to memes to […]

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A Critique of Saint Motel’s New Album: Does “saintmotelevision” Sacrifice Creativity for Accessibility?

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Elm Staff Writer Los Angeles-native indie pop band Saint Motel released their first full-length album in 2012. The debut, “Voyeur,” was well-received, Mark Jenkins of the Washington Post said in his review that the band—“channeling British glam-pop as only a Los Angeles band can…makes chic and sprightly music with hints of ironic […]

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Marberger Fellow Discusses Plans

News

By Catalina Righter Editor-in-Chief For Daniel Schaefer, a love-hate relationship with politics and a fascination with the philosophy behind it is a source of intellectual curiosity. Schaefer, a freshman and the president of the class of 2020, is the first recipient of the Jacob Marberger ’18 Endowed Memorial Fellowship. The fellowship was established in memory […]

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Maryland Stays Blue in the 2016 Elections

News

By Joanna Sperapanni Elm Staff Writer Although the country favored Donald Trump in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, Maryland remained true to its Democratic roots. 59.66 percent of the state voted for Hillary Clinton, giving her all 10 electoral votes, as predicted. According to Associated Press (AP), the current tally as of Monday, Nov. […]

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Content Warnings Challenge Live Theatre

Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor Theatre has a unique place in contemporary art and entertainment. Its inherent property of providing live dramatic entertainment to audiences night after night makes theatre one of the most compelling forms of artistic expression and entertainment. With that power comes the opportunity to show audiences content they’ve never seen, or, […]

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Reviewing a Truly Captivating Film: Is “Hawksaw Ridge”“Oscar Bait” or Oscar-Deserving?

Lifestyle

By Jason Yon Elm Staff Writer “Hacksaw Ridge” tells the amazing true story of Desmond Doss, who as a combat medic in the Second World War became the first conscientious objector to be awarded the Medal of Honor. During the battle of Okinawa he single handedly brought 75 wounded soldiers back from the front lines […]

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Concrete Fields

Lifestyle

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer In this edition of Concrete Fields, we have a rustic, comfy cute look for you to try. Featured is sophomore Tori Zieminski, wearing head-to-toe L.L. Bean. Tori is wearing a red sweatshirt, topped with a dark green and navy plaid flannel. Her Bean boots are paired with white, fluffy […]

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Ask the Goose: “How Do I Talk to My Crush?”

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Earlier in the week, one of my friends asked me for some advice on how to talk to her crush. This question got me thinking about how she, much like many other people, get stumped on what to say to the person he or she likes. I have read […]

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Pet of the Week: Elise

News

By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer This week’s featured adoptable pet is Elise, a three-year-old cat from the Humane Society of Kent County. Elise has black and white fur and she has been at the HSKC for about a month-and-a-half. Not much is known about Elise’s history as she and her sister were left in […]

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