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Yearly Archives: 2018

Dirty Projectors: The Love is the Art

With the approach of Valentine’s Day, reminders of love can be found everywhere- paper heart decorations, red roses on display next to convenience store checkout lanes, candy thoughtfully left out for passersby. However, if you, like me, find yourself alone during this season of love,

2017’s Best movie moment is in Lowery’s A Ghost Story

Twenty-two minutes into David Lowery’s film, A Ghost Story, Casey Affleck — the bearded and introverted Hollywood signifier of perpetual little brotherhood and purported sexual harassment — stands in obscurity beneath a white sheet of halloweenesque spectrehood. He is dead, a ghost trapped in a

North and South Korea coming together for Winter olympics

North and South Korea agreed to hold talks at Panmunjom, the site of the 1953 Korean armistice, about the possibility of combining North Korea and South Korea into one olympic team for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. After hours of negotiation, the two countries emerged with

Powerhouse concerns

The construction of the new Beloit Powerhouse, billed as a unique student union and sports center, and slated for completion in August of 2019, has generated both excitement and frustration among the Beloit College student body. The most notable complaints are about certain aspects of

Martin Luther King, Jr. convocation

Beloit College paid homage to students’ traditional “Beloit time” by honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. a week after the national holiday in his name, Beloit College President Scott Bierman joked during his remarks at the college’s 14th annual Dr. Martin Luther King,

Finance on your phone

I’m obsessed with budgeting. Call me stingy or excessive, but I can’t find anything that even remotely assembles peace of mind unless I’m constantly checking my bank account levels. I can’t remember when the phrase “always spend less than you make” started to haunt every