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Yearly Archives: 2016

Review: ‘Hardwired…To Self-Destruct’ – Metallica

In light of all the animosity and hostility that has sprung up around campus, sometimes people just need to sit down with some nice, light listening material and enjoy some gentle strums on the guitar. You know, from a band like Metallica. That’s right, the

String of thefts leave Beloit students uneasy

A plague of robberies has descended upon Beloit College recently, and several students have suffered as a result. Many types of items seem to have been targeted, although a singular person or group has yet to be identified as the culprit. While multiple dorms have

Sidney Crosby off to ferocious start

Believe it or not, the NHL season is already almost 20 percent over. Most teams have already played 15 or 16 of their 82 game seasons, making the hockey regular season a fifth over already. It is around this time that the early season luck

What Trump’s presidency means for the climate

While the term “last chance” has been thrown around a lot in the past few years when it comes to climate change, it seems that this election cycle represented what really was the best window of a decent chance at fighting climate change. Climate scientists

Donald Trump elected 45th President of the United States

Donald J. Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset fueled by disaffection and dissatisfaction among white working class voters. Running a campaign that was motivated by anger at the political, social and media establishment, Trump was able

Jose Fernandez autopsy reveals drug use

An autopsy has revealed that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was under the influence of alcohol and cocaine at the time of his death, the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner’s office announced Saturday, Oct. 29. Fernandez and two friends were killed in a boating accident off Miami