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Being Roommates


In July, it finally came to having to find someone to share a tiny dorm room with for the entirety of a year I was terrified. I had filled out the survey asking when I liked to go to bed, or if I was a party animal. To me, the questions seemed pointless, and like they had come off a bad dating website.

By Hannah Warren, Julia Marquis

Wholesome Horoscopes


Aries: You have a lot going on, Aries! Today is a good day to chat with family members; give them a call and update them on all of the exciting things you’ve been up to. 

Taurus: Taurus, you are hard-working and so kind.

By Hannah Erbe Smith

Fall Theatre Preview


This fall, there are only a few opportunities to see a Hartwick Theatre production

By Courtney Mallard

A Music Review: Sound the Alarm, Less than Jake's Call to Action


On February 3rd, 2017 Florida ska band Less Than Jake released their new EP Sound the Alarm. While the EP doesn’t stray away from their usual instrumental sound and the lyrics bring attention to feuding optimistic and pessimistic attitude their lyrics usually hold, I can’t help but wonder....

By Tim Raimy

Department of Music Presents Faculty Concert


On Friday the 24th, Anderson theatre was filled with spectacular music performed by Hartwick’s own professors. At 7:30pm, the Department of Music Faculty Showcase featured....

By Siobhan Steele

Blog Post Reveals Alleged Bias-Related Harassment at Hartwick


On February 26, a blog post titled “Refusing to Be Broken: Hartwick College Criminalizes Black Female Self-Defense against Racist White Male Assaults”, was published on AbolitionJournal.com detailing allegations made during an ongoing student conduct process at Hartwick College.

By Joanne Georges

Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences


This week there will be a presentation/lecture by a person who simply identifies herself as the Librarian. This Librarian has rented out the Lab Theatre for the days of November 3-6....

By Taylor Morin

Wet Food For Captain


Walking down the shiny, fluorescent aisles of Wal-Mart this weekend, making my usual weekly foray into the tiled hell that is everyone’s favorite grocery conglomerate to hate....

By Charlie Feher-Peiker

My Tragic Love Affair With South African Punk


When I went to South Africa for the first time last J-Term, I had taken the course on South Africa and I had been brushing up on contemporary South African politics and social happenings. 

By Charlie Feher-Peiker

Hartwick Theatre to Perform Classic Shakespeare


Rehearsals have started for Hartwick Theatre Department’s spring production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. The show is being directed by Professor Marc Shaw, along with assistant director Chelsea Jacobson’18. 

By Taylor Morin

Hawks Will Face New Nests and Walkways in the Fall of 2017


With all the construction teams and closed off sections, one has to wonder: what is going on around here? All around Hartwick, renovations are being made to improve campus. 

By Siobhan Steele

A Music Review: saintmotelevision by Saint Motel


On October 21, Saint Motel released their second album, saintmotelevision. Their previous releases include ForPlay – EP released in 2009, Voyeur, (2012), and the My Type – EP (2014).

By Tim Raimy

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