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By Emily Townsend, Staff Writer If one journeys to the back of the library’s third floor, pass the most desperate and hushed paper writers, to the Archives Office, they will find … Continue reading
By Emily Townsend, Co-Editor-in-Chief After the desiring mapping workshops, Ignacio Rivera, a panel speaker and sexuality activist said, “I felt sexual empowerment. You dig deep, go within, and it connects with … Continue reading
By Emily Townsend Co-Editor-in Chief In the pause between music and DJ, a canny, echoing voice bursts through the speakers reciting the radio station tag: “You are listening to WIDR on … Continue reading
Emily Townsend Co-Editor-in-Chief “Titus Andronicus,” a play written by William Shakespeare and produced by Kalamazoo College Festival Playhouse, will open on Thursday in the Nelda K. Balch Playhouse and run from … Continue reading
Emily Townsend Editor-in-Cheif Kayan Hales ‘14 wrote on her study abroad blog: “There are also very few black people in China, so I get many stares of curiosity. It’s a little … Continue reading
By Emily Townsend Editor-in-Chief You sign in and a small cartoon woman in leather boots greets you. She says,“Welcome to OkCupid. Start meeting people now.” Like Facebook, your homepage is filled … Continue reading
By Emily Townsend Editor-in-chief On the second floor of Woodward Elementary, a fifth grade classroom is decorated with college flags. Spartan, Bronco, Chips and Wolverine paraphernalia hang from the ceiling. All … Continue reading
Emily Townsend Editor-In-Chief On Saturday afternoon Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, spoke to university students, campaign volunteers and city dignitaries in the Stone Room in an … Continue reading
By Jennifer Wendel, Staff Writer
Two weekends ago Chicago hosted the 25th NATO summit, and the first one ever to be held in the United States. President Obama and leaders from around the world attended the summit. But the clogged city streets were testament to the other attendees: over ten thousand protesters.
Ziggy Zigterman, K’13, made the drive to Chicago to march in the largest protest of the weekend, on May 20th. “I have my problems with NATO and I wanted to go and see what it was like and get involved in some small way,” he said.