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Sex & the Campus: BDSM

Hi again! In honor of the upcoming release of Fifty Shades Darker (the second movie in the Fifty Shades trilogy), I will be discussing BDSM! More ...

Brainstorm Corner: Romantic Gift Ideas

Everyone’s favorite holiday is right around the corner. No, not Christmas… Valentine’s Day! Whether you’ve been with your significant other for two days, weeks or years, here are some gift ideas guaranteed to please! More ...

Feb. 13: GALentine’s day

The most romantic of holidays is quickly approaching, leaving just under a week to prepare the perfect ensemble of food, music and people for which to celebrate our undying love. More ...

Dining hall recipes to impress

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and whether you’re taken-bacon, or a single-Pringle, love in the form of food conquers all. Below are foolproof recipe ideas easily made with ingredients from McEwen or Commons. More ...

Why is Commons green? (And other pressing questions)

As students returned to campus after a month off, some minor changes to their beloved dining halls ushered in a variety of questions. What happened to the pizza in McEwen? Why is Commons now green? We at The Spectator took your concerns and bewilderments to heart and did some digging. Reuben Haag, General Manager at Bon Appetit confirmed by email  why such changes occurred and what influenced them. More ...

A blast to the past: Revisiting Kirkland College

Only a week after the presidential inauguration, hundreds of people across the world have taken to the streets of major cities and staged giant marches in protest or support of President Trump’s political agenda. These marches have reached the front pages of nearly every news outlet in the US, and have spurred heated debates over issues that have dominated the political scene for years. More ...

Lunar New Year

While many individuals in America consider the first day of January to be the beginning of the new year, millions of individuals of East Asian descent recently celebrated Lunar New Year, observed on Jan. 28. More ...

From where I sit: Hamilton's International Perspectives

Feeling exhausted after walking from Kirner-Johnson to the Taylor Science Center every day? While we struggle to reach a few thousands steps a day, flocks of intrepid shorebirds called Bar-tailed Godwits cover 7,000 miles in 9 days in a nonstop flight. Their migration is the longest known nonstop flight of any bird and also the longest journey without pausing to eat. It means no food breaks, no water breaks, no sleep breaks, no pausing––  just pushing through cyclones, storms, headwinds, flappity flap-flap for days and nights. Last spring, I was fortunate enough to observe them up close. Here is the story about these tough, long-distance fliers and me. More ...

Bachelorette: Sophie Dizengoff ’18

Hometown: New York City. Home on Campus: Um... I’m abroad. Major: Women’s and Gender Studies. Turn On? HBO go. Turn Off? Alternative facts. If you were a dorm which would you be and why? Ferg. Classy on the outside. Crazy on the inside. More ...

Bachelor: Jonny Hacker ’20

Hometown: Albany, N.Y. Home on Campus: Dunham. Major: Neuroscience? Turn On? Wii Bowling. Turn Off? When she looks like she smells like eggs. If you were a dorm which would you be and why? The Farmhouse because it’s closing just like the window of time to find a mate for the season. More ...

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