THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

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From the Editors

FTE, Sep 20 2019

by EK

To whom it may concern: I’d like to return this issue of the College Hill Independent. How should I address my …

Late Payment

Jane Austen and the Future of our Debts

Features, Oct 09 2015

by Zeke Reffe-Hogan

When we act in the world we initiate new beginnings whose ends cannot be known. In the chaotic unfolding of action, …

Carmen Castillo Wins Ward 9

Metro, Nov 03 2011

by by HALEY KOSSEK

Leading up to last week, news headlines pairing the words “housekeeper” and “politician” together tended to refer to scandals like those …

Defining “Personhood”

News, Oct 11 2011

by by Anna Matejcek

Fighting Roe v. Wade in MississippiThe American Constitution outlines the rights and responsibilities of “persons” without ever defining who exactly constitutes …

Week in Review

News, Apr 15 2011

by Emily Gogolak, Anna Matejcek & Ashton Strait

Someone Sticks Up for Immigrants, Finally “I think things are going to go crazy on this,” Utah Republican state Rep. Stephen …

Week in Review

News, Mar 25 2011

by David Adler, Anna Matejcek & Emma Whitford

Operation Odyssey Dawn-s Saturday, March 19 marked the beginning of Operation Odyssey Dawn—an assault led by American forces on the Qaddafi …

Week in Review

News, Mar 18 2011

by David Adler, Sam Levison & Anna Matejcek

In Putin’s Russia, Alcohol Drinks You! Russia’s parliament is currently grappling with a question that could force us all to re-examine …

Care

Literary, Mar 10 2011

by Rebekah Bergman

There was a larva on the table from our mud pie or from the pounds and pounds of potatoes mom had …

Geophysics

Literary, Oct 27 2010

by Rebekah Bergman

This semester they start asking us about the thickness of glaciers. There is an earthquake in the Caribbean. Then an earthquake …

Paranoid Times

Arts, Oct 29 2009

by Rebekah Bergman

Under the aegis of the Providence Conspiracy League, Issue 1 of PARANOIA was Xeroxed on a $500 budget at Kinko’s in …

Fruit Cup

Literary, Sep 28 2009

by Rebekah Bergman

FRUIT CUP Grasshoppers leapfrog While watermelon juice drips Off pretty pink chins. Grapes ripe to raisins On the porch. You like …

Physiology

Literary, Sep 28 2009

by Rebekah Bergman

PHYSIOLOGY (The stubble on your chin is radio static) TINY ANTENNAE IN MY EYELASHES: What is the frequency of white noise? …

40 Barren Years

still no birth control pill for men

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Sep 28 2009

by Rebekah Bergman

In the 1950s a young woman at the drive-in with her beau would have been understandably anxious about the expiration date …

The Artifice of the Internship

are you (non) experienced?

arts & culture, Sep 18 2009

by Rebekah Bergman

Coffee cups and copy machines. Nervous smiles at stern superiors.Straining one’s ears to hear snippets of debates as meeting room doors …

TRUE TO YOUR WORDS

Science, Nov 13 2008

by Rebekah Bergman

Two weeks ago, researchers in London found experimental proof for the proverbial "fine line" between love and hate. The emotions activate …