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Drama Jumps Into the Deep End

By Lindsay Lee February 28, 2014

“Pool (no water)” is a contemporary play by Mark Ravenhill about a tight knit group of artists struggling with issues of creative jealousy, guilt and addiction, currently being performed by Nomadic...

Surviving Senior Week (If You Arent Actually a Senior)

Surviving Senior Week (If You Aren’t Actually a Senior)

By Pat Curran and Pat Curran May 13, 2013

So, you’re still here. Finals are over. Most of your friends have moved out. Your room is a shadow of its former self, your Pulp Fiction/Animal House/Bob Marley posters and big-screen TV packed away...

Fewer Townhouses Pinch Dorm Choices

By Laura Wagner April 26, 2013

Although a sizeable number of students in off-campus housing have yet to be pushed back on campus because of the 2010 Campus Plan agreement, some are being shifted from university-owned townhouses to dormitories. Because...

Man Arrested for Unlawful Entry

By Hiromi Oka February 14, 2013

The Department of Public Safety arrested a man for unlawful entry after he attempted to burglarize university townhouses on the 3700 block of Prospect St. yesterday afternoon. According to DPS Chief...

Goodbye to Familiar Spaces

By Rebecca Kiely May 17, 2012

A college townhouse is an interesting and strange place. Many parents avoid them at all costs, horrified by the smells and artifacts of the debauchery they hope we’re not participating in. Yet we spend...

Burglary, Theft Reported a Block Off Campus

By Laura Engshuber March 20, 2010

A burglary and theft of items valued at over $5,000 were reported in a university-owned townhouse on the 1400 Block of 36th Street Friday morning, the third in a string of burglaries and attempted burglaries...

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