Archives for December 2016
After Rick Perry was nominated as Secretary of Energy early in December, many have speculated whether or not President-Elect Trump will keep his promises to assist the coal industry. While many are pushing for the Department of Energy’s to shift their focus to cleaner forms of energy, it appears that the coal industry will be receiving a wonderful gift this Christmas: the … [Read more...] about Santa Claus, Naughty Kids to Help Keep Coal Industry Going
After a shocking turn as president-elect Donald Trump in the polarizing Election 2016 (Dir. Christopher Nolan), Daniel Day-Lewis has chosen to move forward with the role of Donald Trump in the sequel Presidency 2017 and a new set of roles in a spin-off film, The Cabinet. In The Cabinet, Daniel Day-Lewis will be putting his method-acting skills to the test once again to portray … [Read more...] about Daniel Day-Lewis Predicted to Receive Best Supporting Actor Nod for Portrayal of Presidential Cabinet
These past couple weeks have been tough, with classes having their final papers and exams of the semester. We checked in with some students to ask, “How did your finals go?” Dylan Bird, Math Major: "Can you have amnesia after an exam? I think I blacked out" Juno Waters: "The grading scale is just + or -, and I peed on the whole stick, so here's to … [Read more...] about Around the Loop: How Were Finals?
Hey, Jo. We need to talk. This just isn’t like you. You’re normally such a wonderfully reclusive author, and we just have to admire your perfectly savage tweets from afar to have a flourishing author-readership relationship. We’ve loved spending time in your truly beautiful literary world, and we’ve grown up with Harry as you’ve grown up as a writer. But this … [Read more...] about Why, Jo? An Intervention with JK Rowling