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Meet the Stars of Rabbit Hole!

September 25, 2013 11:57 am1 comment

Although school has only been in session for about a month, Arcadia’s theatre department has already been hard at work preparing for their first show of the semester, Rabbit Hole. Rabbit Hole, written by David Lindsay-Abaire, is a Pulitzer Prize winning play that follows a family coping with grief after […]

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The One and Only: Noah

September 24, 2013 11:57 am1 comment

Noah Guthrie, known as “1noah” on YouTube, shared his talent with Arcadia on Sept. 20 as he played some covers and original songs. With over 45 million views and counting, the nineteen-year-old recording artist is making a name in the music scene and he isn’t planning on leaving any time […]

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The Situation in Syria

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The situation in Syria is on everyone’s minds right now. But exactly is going on? The events in Syria began during a period that has come to be known as The Arab Spring; beginning in April 2011, protests against the dictatorship in Syria were met with brutal force by the […]

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Gay College Student Blamed For Being Threatened By Roommate

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The Back2Stonewall blog reported on September 16th that a gay college student at University of Central Missouri was threatened by his roommate with a knife, and the University told him he was responsible for escalating this situation. This freshman student, Alex Worthley, was assigned to live with a homophobic roommate. […]

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Fall Sport Preview: Men’s Soccer

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After starting the season 3-5, the Arcadia Knights look to push forward and rekindle last season’s success of making it to the playoffs. I sat down with Rob Nydick, who is entering his fifth year as head coach to talk about what this season has to offer. First and foremost, […]

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Fall Sports Preview: Women’s Soccer

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Currently sitting with a record of 6-1, the Knights have started off the season at a tremendous pace. I sat down with 11th year head coach Rick Brownell to discuss the season expectations and what the future holds for his team. He began, “Historically I’m a pretty defensive coach, but […]

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Is Ruben Amaro Jr. The Worst GM in Baseball?

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Needless to say, the Phillies and their fans have been experiencing a really rough season. The injuries and their losses have piled up. The post-season elimination came as no surprise, as most of us had given up hope of a post-season run as early as the All-Star Break. What may […]

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Arcadia’s Celebrity Look-Alikes

September 23, 2013 12:02 pm14 comments
Arcadia’s Celebrity Look-Alikes

Christian Ortiz ’17 is said to look like David Tennant, who played the titular role in the BBC program Doctor Who and Barty Crouch, Jr. in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Laura Donovan ’16 resembles actress Emma Stone, whose starring roles include Olive Penderghast in Easy A, Hannah […]

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Salinger Secrets Revealed: This is No Phony

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We all know the story: the coming of age tale of young Holden Caulfield who hated “phonies.” As teens, we were captivated by J.D. Salinger’s iconic novel The Catcher in the Rye, and connected with one of literature’s most memorable and rebellious narrators. Recently, it has been revealed that the […]

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Spring Preview Reveal

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The Office of International Affairs held its annual Spring Preview kickoff event on Wednesday, September 18th on Haber Green. Representatives, who included both instructors of the Spring Preview courses and students who had previously participated in Preview, sat at various booths to provide prospective students with information about their courses. […]

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