The Spectator wishes to express its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Savanna Crane. It was not possible to fre- quent the Diner without getting to know Savanna, or as many of us knew her, Sav.
She was an integral part of the Hamilton community. We have lost someone whose contributions to our everyday lives made this place special. Her wonderful attitude and genuine spirit will be dearly missed.
Many thanks to Emily Tubb for her opinion piece on the Counseling Center. We have worked hard to expand our individual, group, crisis, and peer counseling services and, as Emily described, strive to provide the student body with an excellent and expanded set of resources.
A couple of weeks ago I was sitting idly in a lecture hall at midnight at Barnard College, New York City. As I rolled over my bloodshot eyes I saw a swarm of young adults holding up their phones facing a screen with bated breath.
He performed pieces plucked from the Opera canon, along with a few folk songs. Hearing West’s wide vibrato grace the simpler melodies of traditional music made for an admittedly strange contrast, but I’d describe it as a pleasant, intriguing strangeness.