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Production in Print: An Inside Look at the Argus, Part III

This is the third in a three-part series by Alison Cies ’11 examining and explaining the inner workings of The Argus. Parts I and II were published on May 24 and May 29, respectively. On many occasions, I have found … Continue reading

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Production in Print: An Inside Look at the Argus, Part II

This is the second in a three-part series by Alison Cies ’11 examining and explaining the inner workings of The Argus. Part I was published on May 24 and Part III will be published on June 3. On many occasions, … Continue reading

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Production in Print: An Inside Look at the Argus, Part I

This is the first in a three-part series by Alison Cies ’11 examining and explaining the inner workings of The Argus. Part II will be published on May 29 and Part III on June 3. On many occasions, I have … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Russell Library

Though there is no denying that we have a word-class library at our disposal (or three), Middletown’s own Russell Library is a comfortable, secluded spot only slightly, but sufficiently, removed from the bustle of campus. Only a block away from … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Klekolo World Coffee

It doesn’t matter how you pronounce it, Klekolo makes a good cup of coffee. With a large menu (including all espesso drinks, chai, teas, “Smooshies,” and soy substitutes), reasonable prices, and a close walk to campus, it is a great, … Continue reading

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Spotlight: The Book Barn

Nestled away on a sheltered plot in Niantic, the Book Barn, a humbly converted farm, is home to six book-filled, stand-alone buildings that made up the original homestead. The buildings are bursting with over 350,000 used bindings, piles and shelves … Continue reading

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