Campus Culture

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Oona L ’19 reading anonymous testimony about sexual orientation identifier.
December 17 • Emerson L. & Gracie S.
December 17 • Sophia K.
Westridge Theatre
December 17 • Sophia K. & Tiffany C. 
December 17 • Emily S. 
Jadyn L.
December 17 • Sophia H.
Ryan Skophammer
December 17 • Emily S. & Maya L. 

Local & World

Elisa D.
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December 17 • Jackie Y.
Elisa D.

Names of the individuals killed in the Pittsburgh Shooting on October 27, 2018.

Students for Fair Admissions (SSFA), a organization contesting how the college admissions system uses race, filed a lawsuit against Harvard University on November 17, 2014. They alleged a bias against Asian-American applicants, citing both the low percentages of Asian-American students at Harvard and the institution’s rejection of academically impressive Asian-American students.

December 17 • Emerson L. & McKenna B. 
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December 17 • Ronni H.

Campus Culture

December 17 • By Gracie S. & Olivia Q. 
Video created by Gracie S. and Olivia Q.
December 17 • By Olivia Q. 
December 17 • By Jackie Y. 


December 17 • By Ronni H.
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Delegates (left to right) Erisa R., Anelise P., Abbey P., Danielle D., Olivia Q., and Shania B. stand in front of the conference building in Nashville, Tennessee. 


I am a freshman, and I have never taken a midterm before. I have no idea what I’m doing and don’t know what to expect or how to prepare. What is the best way to approach studying for midterms? When should I start studying? Any study tips?


- Apprehensive About Midterms

December 17 • McKenna B.
December 17 • By Isabella W. & Jackie Y. 

Dear Apprehensive,


Studying for midterms, and studying in general, is something that is going to be specific to the individual. What works for one person might not work for another. For example . . . 

December 17 • By Olivia Q.