Picture this: It’s your 50th birthday party. While the kids play outside, you and the other adults talk about politics and family moments on the front porch. Seems boring, but then Uncle Lester reaches into
Coming off a 19-point setback to Florida last Saturday, the women’s basketball team was looking to swing momentum in its favor Wednesday against Pennsylvania before back-to-back games next week against No. 20 Rutgers and Villanova.
Students in the Fox School of Business and Management launched a campaign to “uncover the truths” and dispel myths students have about the CIA. For 13 weeks, students in Prof. Mary Conran’s marketing class were
Christmas on ‘the farm’ laden with family chaos Though stressful, holiday season still has its perks Meredith Lindemon Tim Lovett The store fronts are decorated, Rittenhouse Square is lit up and people are shopping as
When members of the men’s basketball team look at their schedule, they realize every game matters. One loss can be crippling, because there are only more tough games ahead that could turn into more tough
Destiny’s Child Destiny Fulfilled (Columbia) Remember Destiny’s Child? Three years ago they went multi-platinum with the girl-power compilation Survivor amid drastic line-up changes and rumors of conflict within their Dallas-based camp. Back then, you might
This semester’s series of Friday Teach-Ins came to an end this week with Ryan Zastowney leading a discussion of the American Indian Movement. According to Zastowney, there are two categories of misconceptions about American Indians.