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Betting on a Fool’s Paradise

October 13, 2016 1:21pm | Grayson Brockelbank

Gambling is never a good idea. I mean, come on, it literally means to take risky actions in the hope of a desired result. Risking money on the value and suit of a card, the outcome of a football game, the the speed and endurance […]

Not All Clowns Are Clownic Extremists

October 5, 2016 7:26pm | Julia Williams

As diversity increases, the presence of clowns has become more and more substantial in many regions of the United States. We see a greater number of clowns walking around today, on average, than we did in any other decade, and as a result, fear and […]

Colin Kaepernick

September 24, 2016 2:30pm | Ben Baldasaro

We live in a time of movement that hasn’t been seen since the 1960’s. A Civil Rights movement, political uncertainty, a war on terrorism and ultimately a point in American history where the rights of the individual have not been publicly exerted since the establishment […]

September 24 College Football Picks

September 24, 2016 10:00am | Brady Young

With the help of ESPN stats, I produce picks for the top 10 ranked teams. Last week there was an upset with #2 FSU losing to #10 Louisville, FSU dropping from #2 to #13, moving Louisville up from #10 to #3. In the showdown between […]

A House Divided

September 23, 2016 8:08pm | Grayson Brockelbank

In a speech accepting the Illinois Republican Party’s nomination as a United States senator, Abraham Lincoln was famously quoted as saying “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” These words are a perfect example of the political situation that we face in this country today. […]

Rob’s Advice Column – 18 September 2016

September 18, 2016 1:45am | Rob Andreasse and Maria Koch

Dear Rob, I’m nervous to participate in Homecoming and feel awkward. What do I do? Sincerely, Afraid I’ll Look Like a Fool   Dear Afraid I’ll Look Like a Fool, Everybody participates in spirit weeks at Exeter, whether it’s Homecoming week or Winter Carnival. 90% […]

September 17 College Football Picks

September 16, 2016 9:25pm | Brady Young

Every Saturday we are provided with an exciting day of college football, so every week—with the help of ESPN stats—I will pick the winners of the matchups that involve the top 10 rated teams in college football.  I will also feature one game that involves […]

Toms Generously Doubles Amount of Expensive, Stylish Shoes Given to Impoverished Kids for Every Purchase

April 13, 2016 7:26pm | Julia Williams

The Toms shoe company recently started doubling the number of shoes it donates to kids in third-world countries for every purchase made. The esteemed charity-oriented brand still must’ve felt that they weren’t donating enough shoes to completely prevent poverty-stricken citizens from having to purchase ones […]

No, California, You Can’t Ban Math!

April 5, 2016 2:49am | RJ Sawyer

In California and New York, state legislators have introduced bills that are aimed at banning full-disk encryption on smartphones.  In California, a “manufacturer or operating system provider,” such as Apple or Google would face a $2,500 fine each time a smartphone couldn’t be opened by […]

Deconstructing the Feminist Myth, Pt. 2

February 9, 2016 8:37pm | Kelsea Vavra

Feminism is advocating for the social, economic, and political equality of all genders. For Part 1 (released September 2015), read here. Modern feminism continues to rally celebrities left and right, subsequently increasing and increasing in momentum. With such mainstream attention and endless discourse on multiple fronts, […]