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The Yellow Dog lives on: Scout’s story

Yellow Dog Bookshop owner Joe Chevalier: “[Scout] was really determined. She was still trying to get upstairs at the end even though she couldn't use her back legs.”

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Freshmen foster online connections prior to school’s start

Class of ‘22 uses social media to get to know their peers ahead of time.

On Campus

Five helpful ways to get over new roommate jitters

Follow these five roommate suggestions to ease into your new environment and get to know your roommate with less stress.

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Seven tips to keeping your technology tuned

Keeping your technology tuned can be done on your own with little hassle, and wire services are just a stone throw away to help you out in a pinch.

On Campus

What to expect from this year's Fall Welcome Week

From free concerts to open houses, know exactly where to be during this semester’s Welcome Week.

Insight

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

Insight

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

MOVE Travel

How Birthright enriched my Jewish identity

My two week adventure in Israel, full of learning, joy and tradition.

Angles

Best movies of 2018 (so far)

Five movies this year approach a level of profundity in vastly different ways. Together, a scientist, mother, king, cowboy and minister ask about the unknown, answer the unheard and tell the untold.

Angles

Review: Shawn Mendes’ self-titled album is about more than just a kid in love

Mendes draws on flower motifs in the packaging for his newest album, preparing the listener for his emotional vulnerability from first glance.