Column: A perspective on college sports from across the pond

Whenever people asked me what I looked forward to most about coming to study here for a year, my answer was always “watching the sports.” This response always invited lots of questions because, to be...

Why every A-10 team can and cannot win at the tournament

Atlantic 10 postseason time is upon us, and 14 teams start their battle yesterday for the right to an automatic bid and the right to represent the conference at the NCAA Tournament. St. Bonaventure shocked...

Mia’s Kitchen turns into popular choice

If you haven’t been to Mia’s Kitchen yet to try her veggie burger, drop everything and make the long hike up to the emporium. It will be worth it, I promise. Like most of...

10 Things That Need To Go

It’s nearly spring break and there is still ton of snow on the ground.  This is the time of year where you’ve probably just about had enough.  So here is my “Top 10” of...

G-Spot Chronicles: March 12, 2015

At one point in the semester, a Project X type event was held to celebrate a well-played football game. I left the place at around 9 p.m., when it was a modest gathering. Unbeknownst...

Letter to the Editor: The time has come to talk about campus sexual assault

A 2007 campus sexual assault study by the U.S. Department of Justice found that around one in five women are targets of attempted or completed sexual assault while they are college students. That makes them...

G-Spot Chronicles: March 4, 2015

Weird stuff happens in my suite all the time. Random people sleep on the lounge floor, suite mates go missing and somehow my socks never make it back from the laundry room. All of...

Trading donuts: a little rubbing is good for NASCAR

There is no narrative more sacred to NASCAR than conflict. Take NASCAR’s ascendance to the national spotlight as evidence. President’s Day weekend in 1979 saw large amounts of snow cover the Northeast and parts of...

Reflections on visibility and hypervisibiity in LGBTQ community

After attending the University of Rhode Island’s 21st LGBTQ Symposium featuring Janet Mock, I left pondering her statements on visibility versus hyper-visibility and the benefits to be gained by the latter. Over the past several...

Commuters should be excused from RIPTA tardiness

Life of a commuter is not easy. Commuting to school, for many people, saves a great amount of spending that students living on campus have on room and board. However, it can be both...

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