Holocaust Remembrance Week brings author, lecture, film screening

Hillel commemorated the Holocaust this week and discussed the role of genocide in contemporary society through an event series honoring Holocaust Remembrance Week. The event series began Monday and will end Friday evening with a discussion after Hillel’s Shabbat dinner service. The series began on Monday with a talk from Noah Lederman, author of “A World […]

From Zete House to 49 South College: 107-year-old building transforms

The Zeta Psi House is 107 years old. It was built to be a home for a fraternity, but it has become a source of history for the college and the Easton community. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in May 2001, a designation given to buildings across the country that are “worthy of preservation,” according to […]

Paper Playlist: Songs You Would Hear in a Movie Montage, You Know, Like When They Travel and Need to Condense Time

Melissa: This week I have chosen “Send Me On My Way” by Rusted Root. Sadie: This week I have chosen “Send Me On My Way” by Rusted Root. In conclusion, the only song that should ever be played in a movie montage when characters travel and directors need to condense time is “Send Me On […]

‘List of concerns’ results in board for marginalized students

A group of students that intends to be a voice for marginalized students is now accepting applications. At the end of the semester, the group hopes to be a functioning body alongside student government. The Equity, Transformation, and Accountability Board is meant to streamline the process that many students have taken to advocate for support for underrepresented […]