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Presidential election thrown into whirl by Scalia death

The death of 79-year-old Antonin Scalia, an Associate Judge of the Supreme Court, is set to throw the already turbulent presidential landscape into further hysterics. Scalia’s death (which is covered within this week’s “Beyond the Bubble”) comes with less than a year remaining in Barack

Pavel Datsyuk announces plans to retire

After 14 years in the National Hockey League, Pavel Datsyuk, the Detroit Red Wings’ Russian forward known as “The Magic Man,” has announced that he will be leaving the NHL following the playoffs. Datsyuk, who spent his entire NHL career with the Red Wings, cited

In Defense Of Blink-182

When Rolling Stone released its “40 Greatest Punk Albums of All Time” just over two weeks ago, the reaction from punkers everywhere was swift, uncompromising and severe. “This is a belated April Fool’s joke, right?” wrote one commentator. “Allowing Rolling Stone to create a list like this is like

Goodnight, sweet Prince: remembering a pop icon

When I first discovered Prince via a late-night showing of “Purple Rain” on VH1 early in the 2000s, I was transfixed. The static cling of our old Toshiba television wasn’t enough to shake my fascination with The Kid and his quest to reign supreme over

Co-op series: Big Spoon Dining Coop

This article was originally published on Feb. 16, 2015. With butter bubbling in a pot, Hugo Alvarez’16 adds onions and garlic, letting it sizzle. Chopped zucchini, dotted with black pepper, waits on the counter, and his cooking partner Kyndall White’17 measures out rice from a