Earlier today, Colby College announced in a press release that it has achieved carbon neutrality, the equivalent of emitting no net carbon dioxide. This came two years before the deadline it set for itself, after more than a decade of actively greening its campus. In its press release, Colby explained that much of the reduction of [...]
DJ/Producer duo Shapes of Light, comprised of Tufts’ Andrew Berman (A14) and Nicolas Russo-Larsson (A12) recently played at Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando; were signed to Less Than 3 Records; released their first EP, titled Chroma; and have climbed Beatport’s Top 100, as well as taken part in the one-off “mau5hax” session during 2012′s WMC week. And [...]
1. Where is your roommate? Where is your roommate Bryan? Where is your roommate? 2. Playlists are tricky Pandora has commercials Creaky bed it is. 3. “Weird we’ve never met… Wait, were you in ‘Queer Econ’?” “No, that wasn’t me.” 4. “Mmmm how does that feel?” “On a scale from 1- 10? like a 4.5″ [...]
As the end of the year approaches, we’re looking for new writers! Ernest Hemingway can’t be wrong. Don’t forget to include the most creative way you’ve ever used a Solo cup. And don’t hesitate to e-mail us with any questions you may have!
As we covered in Coal Divestment In The ‘Cac, the movement to remove colleges’ endowment investments from coal companies and the fossil fuel industry is surging across the conference. The campaign is directed by Middlebury’s Scholar in Residence Bill McKibben and 350.org, his international environmental protection organization. Tufts Divest for Our Future has been one of [...]
APRIL FOOLS. Duh. After nearly two hundred years of tension, competitive rivalry, and back-channel negotiations, Amherst’s president Biddy Martin has formally apologized to Williams for the theft of the Williams library and president. On behalf of the Ephs, President Adam Falk accepted Amherst’s apology. In 1821, then-Williams President Zephaniah Swift Moore was convinced by Amherst [...]
Last week, we received the following–anon ‘Cardinal’s reaction to an announcement by Wes’s President Roth: “Wesleyan has decided that the race of the individual(s) that have committed a dangerous crime on campus will no longer be included in public safety alerts. This is another horrible example of how the requirement of political correctness at Wesleyan [...]
On Thursday Thought Catalog unleashed perhaps one of their longest listicles ever, an 87-point beast about what Chicago-based writer Jasmine Neosh learned in college. In the spirit of all the new NESCAC 2017’s we present a ‘Cac-centric commentary on this list for the incoming frosh. Enjoy, and get excited! 87 Things I Learned You Will [...]