Ricky Rozay Drops New Record

Ricky Rozay Drops New Record

It’s been a tough couple of years for the Teflon Don, to say the least. In January of 2013, Rick Ross was the victim of a drive-by shooting, although he was not seriously injured. A few months later, he lost a lucrative sponsorship from Reebok after some of his lyrics in rapper Rocko’s song “U.O.E.N.O.” […]

Moving Company

Moving Company

On Thursday, Feb. 20, Friday, Feb. 21, and Saturday, Feb. 22, Connecticut College’s Dance Club showcased its spring performance, entitled “Moving Company” in Myers Studio. The performance was approximately an hour and a half in duration, and showcased the technical ability and choreographic visions of dance department students. “Moving Company” offered its audience an eclectic […]

High 5’s: An Alternative Sports Bar

High 5’s, located at 318 State Street, presents patrons with one of the most distinct bar experiences in New London.  Decidedly part of New London’s “alternative” bar scene (which also includes Oasis, 33 Golden Street and, prior to its unfortunate closure, the EL N GEE), this establishment nonetheless identifies foremost as a sports bar – […]

The Engine Room: Beers, Burgers & Bourbon

Laden with Pinterest-inspired decorations and rustic furniture, Mystic’s Engine Room is the new sweet spot for all-American comfort food. Serving up America’s most cherished dish, the burger, the Engine Room provides a natural and hip yet historic atmosphere in their refurbished marine engine building.  Not your average burger joint, this restaurant has a few personal […]

The Snubbery Awards

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to be a cinephile. The Academy Awards closed in on us as fast as the racecars in Rush. To help us through this time of need, in case we did not pay the $14 to watch Judi Dench’s face on a movie screen (which I did, and it […]

Searching for  Seinfeld:  Current Day

Searching for Seinfeld: Current Day

“What if Sinefeld is still on tv today?” It is a question begged by weird Twitter iconoclast @Seinfeld2000, whose online persona is so strange, so honest, so detached from and yet at the same time completely attached to reality, that I think he might be writing the definitive history of American pop culture as we […]

Player Profile: Leah Puklin ’15

Junior captain Leah Puklin was recently named to the All-NESCAC Women’s squash second team after a successful season playing at the #2 spot. Being viewed as a key player by fellow NESCAC coaches, Leah not only succeeds on the squash courts but also in the classroom, as she was also named as a CSA Scholar […]

Winged Victory has Seen Better Days

Winged Victory has Seen Better Days

Winged Victory, also referred to as Nike, is a replica of the 3rd century B.C. sculpture Winged Victory of Samothrace. As is true for Connecticut College’s replica, the artist of the original is regretfully unknown. In the mid-19th century, the original Winged Victory of Samothrace was discovered on the Greek island of Samothrace and later […]