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The Six Block Situation

April 17, 2019

Rancho Bravo Tacos JP Hill: The service was incredibly fast, and the staff was very friendly and open for conversation. ...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

April 17, 2019

The Force... Reawakens? We’re now two weeks into spring quarter, and hopefully everyone is able to maintain high spirits ...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

April 10, 2019

Cell-Shade Tinted Glasses After a (hopefully) wonderful spring break, a new quarter has arrived. With it comes new cla...

The Music Scoop

April 10, 2019

Two Underground Artists That Must Make it To Your Next Vibey Playlist H i o Imagine you’re cruising down Sunset Bou...

The Six Block Situation

April 10, 2019

8oz. Burger & Co. JP Hill: I ordered the classic burger with fries and was beyond impressed with the quality of the...

Jew(ish?)

April 10, 2019

Jew(ish?): A 9 Week Column for Jews, by Jews The Jewish-American identity, understanding of Jewish life and culture, ...

Planting Changes

Planting Changes

March 12, 2019

Getting Passionate for the Planet The feeling for this week is bewilderment. The very idea of climate change is inconce...

Cripplin’ It!

March 12, 2019

Flashbacks from K-12 Education: The Best You Can Do Is Tolerate Us? I’m not sure if it’s a Midwest thing, or an Idah...

The Music Scoop

March 12, 2019

Lil Skies Drifts Between the Fine Medium of Hip Hop and Trap Rap in Most Recent Project, Shelby Ever since the trap rap scene starting gainin...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

March 12, 2019

Return of an Old King It seems as though Seattle cannot decide what weather it wants recently. Be it random bouts of s...

The Music Scoop

March 7, 2019

Album Review: Solange’s When I Get Home Solange’s album When I Get Home (2019) is the singer/songwriter’s newest ...

Glory, Games, and Gossip

March 7, 2019

The Sword and the Shield It’s been a sunny couple of days, and it looks like spring is just around the corner. Students...

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