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Senior Profiles: Kirstie Tandberg
Projects, Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Kirstie Tandberg

When not in the classroom, you can likely find Kirstie Tandberg out on the water. A marine science and microbiology and immunology double major, Tandberg is graduating a year early to sail across the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea as a crew member for Atraxia, a 50-feet long live-aboard boat. During her three years…

Senior Profiles: Mikayla Farr
Projects, Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Mikayla Farr

Among her work with Social Justice Week, Women’s Leadership Symposium and IMPACT Leadership Retreat, Mikayla Farr has become a well-known face around campus. Besides working for the Butler Center for Service and Leadership, Farr has also worked on public health research projects as an undergraduate and will begin her Master of Public Health at Emory…

Senior Profiles: Megan Lee
Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Megan Lee

Megan Lee is graduating from the School of Business Administration with a double major in accounting and computer information systems (CIS). Hailing from Boca Raton, Lee is senior vice president of Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) business fraternity, a T.A. and I.T. desk technician in the business school, and a member of the Hyperion Council for…

Senior Profiles: Jacob Henning
Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles: Jacob Henning

Jacob Henning is an international finance and marketing major hailing from Virginia Beach, Virginia. When not in class, Henning has spent thousands of hours during his college career practicing juggling and other circus arts with performance troupe Enlightened Flow Entertainment and the Coconut Grove Juggling Exchange. Outside of juggling, Henning revived the St. Jude’s Up ‘Til Dawn…

Protection from uncomfortable ideas not part of package
Duly Noted, Opinion

Protection from uncomfortable ideas not part of package

On Monday, an anonymous group of students delivered a letter to President Julio Frenk in response to a Trump demonstration that happened outside of Richter Library last Thursday, in which demonstrators held up signs promoting Trump campaign slogans such as “Build a Wall.” The letter, as submitted, asked for the university to protect “the physical and…

Leap year adds extra day to February 2016
Culture

Leap year adds extra day to February 2016

The last time we had an opportunity to publish this paper on Feb. 29 was in 1996. For that, we have Julius Caesar to thank. Leap days, that extra day tagged on to the end of February every four years, correct a slight inaccuracy in the Gregorian 365-day calendar. Earth’s orbit around the sun is…

First Glimpse: “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” covers all bases
Culture, Movies

First Glimpse: “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” covers all bases

A pre-screening of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” at Sunset Place AMC Theatres on Thursday gave a thrilling first glimpse of a promising cinematic success. Based on the popular 2009 mashup novel of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith inspired by Jane Austen, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” combines two unlikely premises into one deftly-scripted, entertaining and fast-paced…

Digital dating expands fish in our sea, but not for best
Opinion

Digital dating expands fish in our sea, but not for best

One of my close friends recently met her dream match on Tinder. He was a junior majoring in microbiology, like my friend at Northwestern University, with a penchant for sweaters and collared shirts. He was cute and brilliant – an unbeatable combo. My friend – let’s call her Kelly – fell fast. She had gotten…

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