By Emily Szitas Author Alice Munro has won the Nobel Prize for Literature this year, but she has been on Carlow’s radar for some time already. Dr. Ellie Wymard, who is an […]
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By Katelyn Stafford Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity is the season’s first early bird Oscar contender, but a sweep might be a tad difficult as within the entire movie, we see only three characters […]
By Katelyn Stafford and Stephanie Provenzale Carlow doesn’t have a medical school, but some majors might as well become doctors with the time it will take them to graduate. Graduation dates are […]
By Bria Richardson The SGA Town Hall meeting took place Monday, October 21, 2013, in the commuter lounge of Frances Warde Hall. Carlow’s tenth president, Dr. Suzanne Mellon, spoke to a room […]
Photo Credit: Wikipedia Commons By Emily Shawgo With winter rolling in any time now, bringing cold winds and slippery steps and hills, a common sentiment on campus is “I wish we could […]
by D. Griff Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You’re faced with a choice, and it all comes down to compassion vs. self-interest. Given who you are, it’s likely that you side with others, […]