November 2014
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Being Sick at School

Staying on top of your studies and work-load in college is tough stuff, and nothing makes this more difficult then getting sick.  It doesn’t take long for a virus to spread around campus when we all practically live and eat with each other.  We’re exposed to germs 24/7, and good hygiene can only help so […]

Spring Break

I feel like the idea of Spring Break is totally blown out of proportion.  When I was in high school, the concept of Spring Break seemed like one amazing pilgrimage of all college students everywhere to occupy the beach.  It always sounded so wild and exotic.  As if you would go to sleep one night […]

Weather on the Hill

McDaniel students were teased with warm 60+ degree weather earlier this week, only for Thursday to roll around and hit us with harsh gusts and bitterly cold temperatures.  I for one am not happy with this.  On Tuesday, when it was sunny and beautiful, I took celebratory measures and cut up a pair of my […]

Learning the Organ

One requirement of the McDaniel Plan is to earn four credits in the creative arts.  There are a variety of ways to fulfill this requirement for those of us who are not majoring in Art or Music.  I do not have any statistical data to back up this claim, but I am pretty sure that […]

Language Houses at McDaniel

Any foreign language major who has spent a year living in one of our “language houses,” will agree that it is one of the best opportunities that McDaniel offers.  The German, Spanish, French, and Arabic departments all have their own house.  In each of these houses there is an exchange student who will study at […]