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Ted Cruz: Cruising Past Trump

Elena Jimenez, Opinion Editor

February 18, 2016

Senator Ted Cruz has proven to be a force to be reckoned with. On many occasions, fellow Republican Nominee Donald Trump has tried to tear down Cruz with slurs and insults. When those did not work, he attempted to join forces...

Where’s the ice rink?

Staff

February 18, 2016

We are in the heart of winter. The time when the days seem shorter and nights longer. One of the few things that makes winter bearable in Minnesota is the frozen lakes for pond hockey, ice fishing and let’s not forget about...

Keep it in perspective

Staff

December 13, 2015

Finals—that time of year we both dread and long for is upon us. While it’s not always so terrible, the familiar sense of impending doom will often take root in the souls of lowly college students. It prevents us from having...

For the sake of the unexpected; why Paris?

Nate Correia, Senior Columnist

December 13, 2015

“You know what I’ve noticed? Nobody panics when things go ‘according to plan’ – even if the plan is horrifying!” But when one unexpected bad thing happens “… well everyone loses their minds!” remarked Heath Ledger...

How ISIS works and how to stop it

Reid Madden, Senior Columnist

December 13, 2015

ISIS doesn’t have to be that scary. Here’s why.

Permit or no permit?

Staff

November 18, 2015

The parking lots. Hamline has eleven and it is getting harder to find a spot to park in any of them. We all know that you need a parking permit to park in any lot from 8am to 8pm Monday through Thursday and 8am to 4pm on Fridays....

The hype train goes off the rails

Reid Madden, Senior Columnist

November 18, 2015

Is today’s marketing excessive? Or can it be harnessed?

The struggles of a generation: 5 reasons millenials are used to “instant”

Elena Jimenez, Columnist

November 13, 2015

It is no surprise that our generation was raised with everything at our fingertips; instead of cherishing the perpetual expensive belongings, benefits, and education we have been given, we, somehow, still seem to be ceaselessly...

Towns and Gowns—A Love Story

Andy Stec, Columnist

November 13, 2015

The struggle betwixt corporations and local business continues, and Hamline has chosen it’s side.

50 shades of red and gray

Staff

November 13, 2015

Hamline has a long history with our school colors. In 1854, our original school mascot was the Red and Gray. After our mascot changed to the Hamline Piper in the 1920s, our colors stayed the same, red and gray. The question the...

Take down the wall

Staff

November 4, 2015

In typical Hamline style, little information has been provided to Hamline students about the departure of former Safety and Security Director Jim Schumann. About four weeks ago, we at The Oracle set out to report on this s...

I’ll see you at the movies

Andy Stec, Columnist

November 4, 2015

“We live in a box of space and time. Movies are windows in its walls. They allow us to enter other minds, not simply in the sense of identifying with the characters...but by seeing the world as another person sees it.” Roger...

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