• Threats to Student Media: What it means for The College Voice

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  • Let’s Talk about Class

    “How much does your family make?” As if by instinct, nearly every student at this college might immediately furrow their brow in response to such […]

  • An Open Letter to Sean Spicer

    Editor’s note: In the open letter that follows, Voice writer Saadya Chevan alludes to a Facebook post that I made parroting the nickname “Sean Sphincter,” […]

  • The Mouth of a Shark

    no one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark. you only run for the border when you see the whole city running […]

  • Punching Pepe: Meme Magic and Ethics Regarding Free Speech

    The “alt-right,” a white supremacist movement that originated within extremist internet forums such as 4chan’s /pol/ in 2010, has become the subject of controversy and […]

  • WIlliams St. Blues

    I collect trash along my daily walk to campus from the Post Hill neighborhood of New London. Sometimes I collect as many as 20 gallons of trash a day, just walking to campus. There is only one public trash can along the route, so the best I can do is fill a bucket with about 5 gallons of trash before I get there, dump the trash in the one can and collect five more before reaching the other end.

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