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Scoot Sctootin

Scoot Sctootin

Hannah Olson | @thehannykate I find myself saying that every single thing is my favorite thing we’ve done. That was a true statement until Julia and I worked up the courage to try and also admit we wanted to try, the lyft Scooters. These scooters first became available in 2018, and have many regulations behind them. In talking … Continue reading

Thank You for the Food

By Alex Jenson Many Drake students like to complain about Hubbell and Quad, bemoaning the quality of food. However, I have realized that I did not appreciate them enough. You see, we are required to cook for ourselves on this current j-term… And I decided to make a bacon cheeseburger pasta. It all started with … Continue reading

Past vs. Present Republicans

By Alex Jenson In 2018, the first thought that comes to mind when you hear “Republican” is likely somewhat orange with a combover. However, this is a new phenomena. The party has changed dramatically over the past 10 years, though some would argue that this evolution has its roots in the Goldwater candidacy. We were … Continue reading

The Snow of Arlington

The Snow of Arlington

It was cold. I knew it was because I could see my breath in front of me and feel my legs shiver, but I couldn’t feel it hit my chest. For now, the cold was absent to me. There was no room to feel cold when I was full of feelings I couldn’t put into … Continue reading

Life Goes On, It’s Best We Move With It

Life Goes On, It’s Best We Move With It

By Gavin Nordberg I know that this blog has been filled with important and knowledgeable posts from the beginning and included in those posts are discussions about the government shutdown. I just want to mention something that has been mentioned before because I really think that it’s important. It’s no secret to us here in … Continue reading

Tell Me What Ya Want

By Natalie Sherman At a morning session, Michael Steele – the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, and MSNBC political analyst – spoke about the state of the Republican Party. When asked about the 2020 election season, Steele asked, “What kind of country do you want? And what kind of people do you want to run … Continue reading