Pilot coverage of Monitor Night Live 2010 at Principia College.
There are few things in our lives that can really substitute for something else. Some people try to find a way to make up for things that they lack, and some find a way to do that for others. Personally, I’ve always wanted a fighter jet, but since that’s never going to happen, I’ve found the perfect substitute in the Mazda RX8.
It isn’t easy to look back on the 2000s without feeling like you were asked to recall every George W. Bush joke you heard in …
What the sweet baby Moses is going on? Ever since this quarter started, I hear clips of jingly little tunes coming from pockets in the Concourse. I see classmates’ thumbs ablaze with rapid-fire text messages in class. People hold their ears and talk to themselves as they pass me on walkways. Cell phones are here, and the social implications for Principia are already beginning to take effect. It’s been a long time coming, but does that mean we have to like the new tower? I wasn’t sure, so in an effort to make up my mind, I made a list of pros and cons.
I’m not even four words into this article, and I am already craving Mexican food. Luckily for me, there is a spot in St. Louis to fulfill this culinary desire. If you are a fan of authentic northern Mexican cuisine, or just a lover of a hefty burrito, the Tortillaria in the Central West End is el primo.