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tCUP Cafe announces grand reopening

After nearly eight months of renovations, unexpected delays, and countless challenges along the way, followed by two hectic weeks of a soft reopening, the tCUP Café is finally ready to…





Hooked on hyperbolic geometry

“How tall are your stitches?” and “are there any colors people would like me to get more of?” are not questions you typically hear a professor ask in a college…


From the archives: January on the Hill

While January is typically a quiet month on campus, the College’s newspaper staff has often been on scene to report the new year’s first stories. Here are some January front-page articles students…



From Gotham to Westminster

TheWhether it is Superman, Spiderman, or Batman, a lot of people’s favorite superheroes started off as comic books before they became successful box-office movies. Even though this is good trivial…




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…



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…


11 hangouts within an hour of campus

If you are not from or familiar with this area, you could be confused about what fun can be had off-campus. Break outside of Westminster and explore what the surrounding area has to…


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McDaniel celebrates National Coming Out Day

McDaniel College, despite its small student population, is a diverse campus. Students from many different backgrounds consider McDaniel home every school year. Celebrating these differences is very important at the…




Bringing music to life

Jake Fine, president of the Live Music Club, plans to start his year off with a bang. The club’s first-ever concert is planned for Dec. 1, right here on campus,…



From the archives: 1970s headlines

Headlines are, of course, the first text our readers see when they pick up a copy of the newspaper. Writers at the Gold Bug, Western Maryland College’s name for its student-run newspaper…