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The dubious return of Mel Gibson

A historical drama set in Japan, in which the spiritual struggles of a foreign protagonist played by Andrew Garfield provides the central concern of the plot. A passion project stuck in development hell for numerous years made by a controversial director who had previously filmed

Succulent recipe for orange chicken

It has been a while since I wrote a cooking article and this past week I had an awesome dinner so I thought I would share the recipe for it. On Thursday, the Performing Arts House Co-op had an awesome version of Orange Chicken. My

Metropolitan Division wins dramatic 2017 NHL All-Star game

The Metropolitan Division won the latest NHL All-Star game and collected a $1 million dollar prize taking down the Pacific Division 4-3. The 3-on-3 format game was back and forth with the Pacific Division scoring first thanks to Joe Pavelski. The Metropolitan Division tied the game

Who the Buc are you?: Swimmer Hannah Devereux’17

This week The Round Table sat down with  swimmer Hannah Devereux’17. The Round Table: Where is your hometown? Hannah Devereux: Newport News, Va. RT: Who’s your inspiration? HD: I would have to say my mom because she raised me by just being an overall badass

The Golden State Warriors are coming home

From 1962 to 1971, San Francisco was the home of the Warriors. Their final year in the City, the franchise changed their name to become more “geographically appropriate,” as the Golden State Warriors. Since 1972, Oakland has been where the Warriors have showcased their talents,

Royals pitcher Ventura, 25, dies in car crash

The Kansas City Royals announced on Sunday, Jan. 22 that Yordano Ventura, a promising right-handed pitcher and a key part of the organization’s recent success, was killed in a car accident in his native Dominican Republic. Reports from the Dominican Republic said the crash happened

What’s the matter with…executive action?

Over the last election cycle President Obama’s use of executive action was framed as a political leader overstepping his power and pushing his agenda into law without first consulting Congress. The principle of executive action was demonized and its legitimacy was questioned. As the new

Hate crimes hit Beloit College

Update: An arrest has been made in association with the Islamophobic hate crime. A series of hate crimes hit Beloit College within the past week, with students of minority faiths and ethnicities being targeted by vicious slurs and swastikas. The latest of these took place early this