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Monthly Archives: October 2016

GLBT rail line continues to spark controversy

After receiving backlash regarding its first proposal, Great Lakes Basin Transportation, Inc. (GLBT) has submitted an alternative route for its rail line to the Surface Transportation Board. The new line GLBT hopes to implement will run from LaPorte, Ind., to Milton, Wis., and is intended

Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in Literature

On Thursday, Oct. 13, it was announced that 2016’s Nobel Prize in Literature would go to American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Both praise and condemnation of the award began to quickly spread across the internet, as seemingly everyone who had ever heard a Dylan song gleefully

Who the Buc are you?: Genesis Dade

The Round Table sat down with Genesis Dade’19, forward for the soccer team. Genesis had an outstanding freshman year for the Bucs. She was named to the first team all Midwest Conference, scoring 13 goals, including 5 game winners, and assisting twice to lead the

How do planes disappear?

It has been 961 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China. Two hundred and thirty-nine passengers vanished with hardly a trace discovered over the past two years. One piece of significant debris — a flaperon

The curious case of Evan McMullin

As of this writing, Hillary Clinton has a substantial lead in nearly every single election predictor. After a torrent of scandals and abhorrent behavior from her opponent, Donald Trump, Clinton seems poised to run away with the election. However, one candidate has the potential to

Drought will end as Cubs, Indians clash in Fall Classic

The 2016 MLB postseason has not disappointed, as fans have been treated to exciting division and championship series match-ups thus far. However, this year’s Fall Classic will likely take the cake, with two teams that haven’t won a World Series in nearly 70 years facing

Review: “LP2” – American Football

How do you follow up a masterpiece? Surely this question plagued the minds of the people who comprise American Football. In 1999, the group released their self-titled debut — regarded as a pioneering record in the emo genre thanks to its clean and effortlessly precise