In 2017, the university bought the Wind Hill estate across from campus on Ferry Road. The university currently has no plans for the grand estate. However, it has a lot of potential. “I think it’s a beautiful piece of land,” said Director of Capital Projects and Planning Bill Seymour. “I thin…

Grabbing a ballot, some sparkling cider and a front seat to the Oscars started a night of fun with the Film Production Collaborative (FPC) and Campus Entertainment Network (CEN) on Feb. 9.The event, hosted in GHH G01, brought a room full of students together to watch the 2020 Oscars. Before …

It’s not all about what's seen on the field for the Men’s Lacrosse Team this season. The focus for this year comes down to the mental game. “Last year, we kind of had a couple internal mind games with ourselves... we couldn’t really get over this hump with a couple teams,” junior attackman T…

On Oct. 15., first year students filed into the field house around 7 p.m., quickly filling the seats for Dr. Danielle Allen’s presentation on her book, “Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality.” 

Feb. 14, the time of year where couples act like everything in their relationship is perfect. When fights are replaced with chocolates and tension is replaced with roses, where boyfriends can be cute without their “bros” making fun of them and girlfriends can ditch the “hoes before bros” motto. 

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