THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

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Vol. 39 Issue 10 , Dec 06 2019

From the Editors

Every Friday morning, you wake up, softly scramble your eggs, and settle down on the sofa with a freshly minted edition of the 39th volume of the College Hill Independent. You have come to rely on its steady presence; you cherish the silky grain of its centerfold. It is your companion.

 

But the days are getting shorter, the nights colder, and you sense that something’s off.  The Indy might not be what you thought it was—or, at any rate, it’s changing fast.

 

Nothing gold, honey, can stay. It has been our privilege to be your puppeteers this volume. We pass along the strings to SAM.

– BCT

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Current Issue

Vol. 39 Issue 10 , Dec 06 2019

Save the BCSC

Alumni Stand in Support of Student Activism

News, Dec 06 2019

by Concerned Brown Alumni

We, the undersigned alumni of Brown University, write to express serious concern with the troubling atmosphere and recent heartbreaking student experiences …

Mapping Capital

Urban disinvestment on the small screen

Science & Technology, Dec 06 2019

by Ella Comberg

Vince Staples’ music video “FUN!” opens on a digital rendering of the planet Earth. The camera zooms in rapidly—as many of …

Video Star

Emma Chamberlain and the Relatable YouTuber

Arts, Dec 06 2019

by Isabelle Rea

At the end of the video “REVIEWING YOUTUBE’S HQ *insane*,” YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki joins YouTube star Emma Chamberlain on screen …

The Cold Shoulder

A flawed system is endangering RI’s homeless

Metro, Dec 06 2019

by Deborah Marini, Loughlin Neuert & Peder Schaefer

When Harry lost his home in October, he went to one of Rhode Island’s largest emergency shelters: Crossroads Rhode Island. He …

Chile Despertó

Paula Pacheco Soto on the Chilean student movement in historical perspective

News, Dec 06 2019

by Jacob Alabab-Moser, Izzi Olive & Paula Pacheco Soto

October 26 Chile has long been heralded as one of the most prosperous countries in Latin America and an example of …


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