Vampires, Werewolves, and… the Economy? The Effects of the Twilight Saga on Local Economies in Washington State

By Magdalene Murphy At the top of the Olympic Peninsula, that dark and rainy spit of land that sticks out from the westernmost edge of the continental United States, sits the unremarkable town of Forks, Washington. It is unremarkable, of … Continue reading Vampires, Werewolves, and… the Economy? The Effects of the Twilight Saga on Local Economies in Washington State

Origin Stories: An Interview with Kitsch Founders Katie Jentleson and Samantha Henig

Aurora and Jagravi: Hi! Katie: Hi! Sam: Katie? Hi! Katie: Hi! We never see each other anymore, this is nice! Sam: How’s it going? Aurora: Pretty good! We’re in layout week now, so things are definitely heating up. Katie: Oh … Continue reading Origin Stories: An Interview with Kitsch Founders Katie Jentleson and Samantha Henig

Embracing Goldwin Smith: The Paradox of Klarman Hall’s History

By Adam Davis When I returned to Cornell this past spring semester, the landscape of Central Campus had been noticeably altered. The construction site that had been an evolving but constant presence since the beginning of my freshman year had finally given way to a finished building. Klarman Hall now stood as a new and conspicuous architectural presence on East Avenue. Klarman Hall was the first new building dedicated to the humanities to be built at Cornell in 110 years; the last humanities building constructed before it was Goldwin Smith Hall in 1905. Upon completion of construction, Klarman Hall was, … Continue reading Embracing Goldwin Smith: The Paradox of Klarman Hall’s History