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Students take break from studies, paint at Penny’s watercolor event

Stu­dents had the chance to relax and play with paints over the weekend.  On Sat­urday, Feb. 22, senior Joanna Dell and junior Car­oline Hen­nekes hosted…

‘On Pine Knoll Street’: touching story, vulgar presentation

The lights come up on a modest house, in which a rather large man stands, chin jutted, mouth opened, eyes bulging, his face only…

Tower Players to Present ‘Little Women’

Looking to escape the dol­drums of student life for a few hours to enter a world of family drama sword fights, and romance ? The…

Does an outfit expire?

It’s just after 4 p.m. as I stumble across the threshold of my off-campus house, drop my bags, pour myself a glass of water,…

I went home with ‘The Bachelor’ girls so you didn’t have to

This week, the Final Four bring Peter home to meet their fam­ilies — what parents wouldn’t love to meet the man whose claim to…

The time I threw glitter on my ninth grade history project

I’m not a crafty girl — at least I didn’t think I was.  Flashback to ninth grade when I had my first group project. Our…

Style Check: the personality behind your shoes

You can’t judge a book by its cover, but you can judge a person by their shoes. When someone strolls into a room wearing…

How Valentine’s day gave me clarity

When all the phone alarms start buzzing on the morning of Feb­ruary 14th, pressure sits on the chest of everyone in America. It’s Valentine’s…

Drummer Sinclair ’18 and band August Hotel release new single: ‘Disaster and Delight’

They hadn’t played live in six months and they were nervous for their sold-out show. ‘Did they still know how to do this?’ the…

35th annual piano duo performs ‘The Allure of the Obscure’

Markel Audi­torium was a blur of color, sound, and obscure facts this weekend.  Debbi Wyse and Kristi Gautsche’s 35th annual piano concert, “The Allure of…

CultureCorner

See how Hillsdalians keep up with the culture:

- Compiled by Rowan Macwan

David Gaebler, Assistant Pro­fessor of Math­e­matics:

 

What book are you reading right now? 

“My wife and I are slowly making our way through ‘Mid­dle­march’ by George Eliot. Eliot has a gift for cre­ating believable char­acters and for describing their everyday inter­ac­tions in a way that makes you think you’ve met someone very like them before. Her wry sense of humor results in numerous quotable zingers, but also in quieter reflec­tions that are equally winsome. The novel addresses issues including the con­di­tions of the working class, the place of women in society, and assorted reli­gious themes, but mostly it describes humans acting like humans.”

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