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What’s up with the Trap Door Theatre?

What’s up with the Trap Door Theatre?

By Jack Donahue In the depths of McCarthy you might stumble upon a room with a damp basement smell, chocolate brown walls and a fading lime green tile floor. It could almost be mistaken as a giant storage room with the amount of chairs and other items lying around in […]

Food allergies? Vegan? Where to turn in Alliot

Food allergies? Vegan? Where to turn in Alliot

By Matthew Pramas If you eat at Alliot and you have dietary restrictions, sourcing a well-balanced meal can be arduous. If you have food allergies like me, eating away from home can also be risky. The concern for food allergies and other dietary restrictions have become more important and prevalent […]

Data hack affects  143 million consumers

Data hack affects 143 million consumers

By Tess Beinhaur On Sept. 7, Equifax announced a data breach impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. This means that information including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, credit card numbers, and driver’s license numbers has been compromised. “Essentially, anyone that was affected has a risk of their identity […]

Read, listen, understand, take action

Read, listen, understand, take action

In the media, and in conversation, it is often easy to feel like we are surrounded by a choir of complaints, terror and devastation—bad news. “A Burst of Gunfire, a Pause, Then Carnage in Las Vegas….,” The New York Times, Oct. 2. “‘Apocalyptic’ devastation in Puerto Rico…,” CNN, Sept. 26. […]

Sophomore juggles school and small business

Sophomore juggles school and small business

By Elizabeth Stapleton At home, Francesca D’Elia’s family has always had huge gardens, and chickens, and her mother is very adamant about growing what you can and being local. So it made sense that when D’Elia,’20, began tinkering with wire and pliers in an after school art club five years […]