Lifestyles

Explaining a building with brutal design

By James Sereno -

The building is home to Watson advising and most engineering classes (as well as other classes), but unless you need to go in for one of those, it’s best avoided.

Brevity is the soul of Whittier

By Emily Mancini -

It’s impossible to deconstruct her lectures into a bulleted PowerPoint that you can regurgitate into a bluebook on exam day. Her lectures are unique, engaging and interwoven with intelligent insights into Shakespeare’s works, as well as amusing narratives from her...

Tracing her roots, and eating them too

By Kayla Harris -

After her grandma became seriously ill and she experienced a sudden breakup with the man she believed would be her husband, Chin set out on an emotional journey. She retreated to the parks and backyards of Brooklyn and New York...

A new dating app, where women call the shots

By Rich Kersting -

Singled Out is an app that takes a unique approach to online dating by focusing on empowering women. In order to mitigate the amount of creepy messages women constantly receive on online messaging in many dating apps, Singled Out allows...

Love is no object, it’s just sax

By Samuel Titus -

If you live in or have passed through Dickinson sometime on a Friday or Saturday night, you may have heard the soulful sounds of a character referred to by his fans as “Sax Guy.” Perched upon The Object, a sculpture...

Costume combos for every group size

By Odeya Pinkus -

Halloween is the night when kids who never leave their dorm will venture out to State Street. Perhaps, then, this is not only a great time to show off by yourself, but also how many friends you have managed to...

Get spooked in the Halls of Horror

By Jonathan Ortiz -

The dread initially creeps up on you while confined within the walls of the “hell-evator,” slowly jolting and rattling on its way down to the unknown horrors waiting below.