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Daily Archives: March 28, 2018

Women’s Lacrosse falls short in long weekend of play

Strong Stadium was buzzing for their Lady Buccaneer lacrosse team on Saturday afternoon. On a chilly day, the Bucs still had those ride-or-die fans cheering them on. The Bucs faced off against the Hamline University Pipers in hopes of winning their first game, and only

The necessity of Advising Practicum

Each Spring at Beloit College there is a day called Advising Practicum where all classes are cancelled and students are given an opportunity to reflect on their learning experiences. Throughout the day various departments have different events such as: development of professional skills, demonstration of

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos needs to go back to school

While the Trump Administration has been anything but stable, one figure stands alone in their consistent ineptitude. Betsy DeVos, the sixty-year-old Education Secretary, has continued to exude a sense of cluelessness that rivals the likes of George W. Bush. This shouldn’t come as a surprise

UPS Dogs: a Hidden Instagram Gem

According to Statista, a statistics and information gathering website, as of September of 2017, there are more than 800 million instagram accounts actively posting material. In a day and age when people follow celebrities, their favorite companies and the obligatory friends and family, I often

Grace and Frankie: Divorce, Drugs, and Dildos

Normally, the thought of older ladies selling dildos would really turn people off, but co-creator Marta Kauffman finds a way to make this topic funny and appealing. The Netflix original comedy series, Grace and Frankie, has gotten a lot of unpredictable attention from a wide

A deep dive into George Soros and Hungary’s policy of conspiracy

George Soros and Hungary’s Policy of Conspiracy         BUDAPEST, Hungary—“STOP SOROS!” The backlit, bright blue posters decorate nearly every tram and bus stop in Hungary’s capital city. Roughly translated, the signs warn that George Soros plans on letting millions of African and Middle-Eastern people into