• Eashan Das

    top ten places to spend the first week of spring

    other than spring weekend

    April 12, 2019
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    You’ve finally made it! It’s not snowing outside, you’re down to just five layers (as opposed to your usual 10), and you can feel the electrifying warmth you didn’t even think you could remember anymore. It’s truly gorgeous outside, and you want to soak it all in! As someone who comes from a place where […]

    minden hall

    the suite life

    April 12, 2019
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    This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Housing Guide

    This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Housing GuideLocated right off Hope and Waterman Street, Minden offers close proximity to almost everything, while being just far enough away from the chaos of Thayer Street. “Formerly a hotel, Minden Hall is a coveted pick for housing. What Minden lacks in renovations, it makes […]

    your spring break as a spotify playlist

    tunes for every mood

    March 22, 2019
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    Well, folks, somehow the semester is already half over and spring break has sprung upon us! Of course, this gives me yet another opportunity to impose my music on you. Without further ado, here’s a somewhat angsty playlist of songs for every single moment of your break, with a few minor tweaks to the lyrics […]

    5 reasons we love andrews

    happy fifth birthday to our favorite dining hall

    March 22, 2019
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    Andrews Commons recently celebrated its fifth birthday! Even if you missed out on the free cake, here’s a list of reasons why we love Andrews: The Food (duh): Orientation week was probably the last time you were genuinely impressed by the Ratty (ah, to be young and naive again). Little did you know, your life […]