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When YOLO (You Only Live Once) became a part of our modern language, it seemed that college students used it as an excuse for getting drunk on weekends. This YOLO-culture perpetuated the unrealistic idea that what happens in college, stays in college.
Coach Tucker Kear is the new Skidmore College lacrosse coach and is also a very accomplished lacrosse player in his own right. As the third coach of Skidmore's team in four years he has an uphill battle facing him to turn the program around, but he is ready.
I am warning you right now, Room is not an easy movie to watch. Even if you’ve read the best-selling novel by Emma Donoghue, which focuses on a mother struggling to raise her son in captivity, it is something else entirely to see it on screen.
On Feb. 7, the faculty trio consisting of Senior Artist-in-Residence, Jan Vinci, and private music instructors, William Hakim and Elizabeth Huntley will be holding a concert as a trio to feature music from composers like Hilary Tann, Claude Debussy, Zhou Long, Hakim, and Salzedo.
Now that football season is coming to an end and the NHL’s annual All-Star Game is in the books, it is time to turn our attention to the second half of the NHL season. With playoff hockey in sight, here are five storylines to watch for.
“This might be my last rodeo.” Peyton Manning uttered these words to Patriots’ head coach, Bill Belichick after the Broncos’ 20-18 AFC Championship win, a win that booked Manning and company a one-way ticket to Super Bowl 50. Will this be the last ride for one of the most storied quarterbacks in football history?
Originally, it was thought that over winter break Health Services and the Counseling Center would return to their permanent location on the first floor of Jonsson Tower. “As the fall semester progressed, however, it became apparent that [goal] was overly optimistic and a more realistic mid-spring completion date was set,” said Andrew Demaree, Director of the Counseling Center.