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The Feminist Killjoy and a Narrative so Crucial to Today’s Culture

Recently, I have become uncomfortable with my comfortable existence. After reflecting on the discourse of my life, I have realized that I had become content with the...

The Acadia Aesthetic: An Age of Mass Generalizations and Subjugations

Before I proceed, I will begin by stating that I am not, and never will be, a varsity athlete. I will never be a mathematician, I will never be a concert pianist, I will...

Budget 2016: A Growing Concern

With all the salacious news stories covering the United States’ elections, it...

A Call for rEVOLUTION

Human beings (Homo sapiens) are a relatively young species compared to others...

Last Ever Brew Review: Nine Lock ESB

This is it, eh? This is gonna be the last Jon Smith beer review for the...

A Chronic Optimist’s Perspective on Happiness and Shaking Off Adversity

The road to happiness is the sloppiest piece of shit road I have ever been on,...

An American in Turkey: A Cyclist’s Take on Donald Trump and His Views On Muslims

“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims...

Social Justice Warring

There are posters up about an approaching campus contest that challenges us to...

A Greener Acadia: A Look at the Sustainability Initiatives Around Campus

Note from the Editor: Marcel Falkenham is the Director of Facilities at Acadia...

Beer: Belgian Moon Belgian White

‘Twas the night before Cheaton, and all through the res, not a drunkard was...