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The ULTIMATE guide to tailgating

By Anna Bryson College football season is the pinnacle to the undergrad experience. If you don’t attend your school football games, why are you in college? Here is your guide to the most important part of the experience: tailgating. First thing’s first: tailgate the tailgate. Wake up at 6 a.m. and have a wholesome breakfast […]

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Can we please stop ignoring competitive and varsity athletics?

By Delaney Brown If it weren’t for the sailing team I would’ve left the university. If we’re being totally honest, I wasn’t sold when I first came to the bayside campus. Sure, the views were great and the professors were nice, but it always felt like something was missing. It wasn’t until I joined the […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

Campus rape policies should move forward, not backward

By Sara McDonald After a hard road of fighting to be heard, women everywhere rejoiced when the former vice president rallied college students to stop the culture that excuses derogative “locker room talk” and sexual assault. It was a moment that signified every Slut Walk, Rainn counseling session and One Act workshop was not in […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

To be true leaders, we must stand up to hate

Editor’s note: The college town of Charlottesville, Va. became the scene of deadly chaos on August 12, after a rally to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. Student Body President David Thompson, who came into office in May, joined nearly 100 other campus presidents addressing the tragedy. In a joint statement […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

Letter from the editor: A paper for students, by students

By Michael Moore Jr. Dear students, Fall semester is upon us. The dog days of summer are almost over, the new academic school year is set to begin and your local campus newspaper is back. My name is Michael, and I’m the editor-in-chief of The Crow’s Nest, a paper written and edited by students for […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

No ‘I’ in team: Russell Westbrook is the MVP

In the NBA, the phrase “Most Valuable Player” is discussed on a different level when compared to other professional sports. Being the MVP doesn’t mean that a player is significantly better than everyone else in the league. It’s about more than stats. Sure, it helps when somebody leads in points per game or shooting percentage, […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

Editorial: Group projects, the bane of college existence

There’s always an awkward silence after a professor opens up the room so students can organize into groups. People shuffle papers, looking around nervously, praying that they have one reliable acquaintance in the room. It’s even worse for the introvert who has to sit there realizing they spent the whole semester avoiding eye contact, and […]

How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report