Articles by Atticus Rice




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Financial literacy in college

The 2008 recession was basically the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression in the 1930s. In just over 19 months, the Great Recession wiped out trillions of dollars of…



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I didn’t think it would happen to me

One in four women will be sexually assaulted while in college, usually during their freshman year. However, only one in 50 will report the incident. I know the majority of women reading…


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Mackenzie Goaneh wins SGA presidency

According to accounts on social media, Mackenzie Goaneh has won the race for SGA president. The sophomore public relations chair and former freshman representative won over Amara Foster, the current secretary and former…



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The superhero gaze

Superman was the first character to have a big-budget superhero film in 1978 when Richard Donner directed a film named after the character. It was a box office success that…


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To be or not to be liberal arts

McDaniel students have the opportunity of choosing from a wide pool of different majors–a big reason why many students come to the Hill. Majors include offerings of business administration, cinema, German, kinesiology,…


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Nicholas Kahn: Economically eclectic

As an undergraduate at the College of Charleston, Nicholas Kahn, Ph.D., started down the path of economics. As a graduate at American University, Kahn remained fixated on his passion for…






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Support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

McDaniel College’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and Phi Mu sorority are partnering to fundraise for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals through their “Cheesin’ For Children” event. On November 13, fraternity…


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Meet the candidates for SGA president

For the first time since the spring of 2016, SGA is holding elections in which undergraduate students may cast their votes. Two candidates have filed with SGA, and the winner…