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“Afro-Semitic” Music

By Lizzy Solovey African-American spiritual music, a type of folk music, offers a Christian interpretation of the plight of slaves in the 19th century and is considered a precursor to gospel music. Sung inside and outside of churches, this music developed as a way for African-Americans to band together and hope for a brighter future. By ...

Mitzpeh Matchmaker – David and Amanda

February was certainly a month of love for some. On Feb. 7, David Kravitz, a junior computer science major, and Amanda Schwartz, a freshman English major, embarked on an oddly familiar blind date at Yogiberry. Who got there first? David: She got there first, but she ran there. We met in the elevator in Commons 5, but obviously we didn't know ...

Going the Distance

By Alicia McElhaney They say it never works. A long-distance relationship is impossible: it will force you to compromise independence, become emotionally attached and worst of all, you hardly get to see your significant other. And yet the greatest love stories and fairytales are founded upon the basics of long-distance love. Snow White knows ...