As melodic chanting drifted over the high rise field, passersby drifted toward the crowd sitting in front of a movie screen munching on popcorn and s’mores.
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Last Friday, the 2013 and 2014 class boards kicked off the weekend with the resurrected Skimmer tradition that featured hot air balloons, free food and plenty of long lines.
Political Science professor John DiIulio pleaded for the 15 students in front of him to run for office Thursday.
As classes ended for the day, the smell of sugar and flour filled the second floor of Hillel Monday. Two hours later, the room resonated with lively Israeli music and the sound of stomping feet.
An event in honor of Black History Month didn’t just draw a crowd from one single racial group.