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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…


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From the Archives: Salty and sweet on the Hill

In years past, the newspapers on the Hill have published articles and commentary that some might describe as both “salty” or “sweet.” While McDaniel doesn’t host Valentine’s Day dances anymore,…




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From the Archives: Late Nineties Commentary

While our paper’s commentary section has a faint tendency to prompt anger and concern to this day, many particularly sassy, aggressive, and humorous commentary articles appeared in the Phoenix (the…



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From the Archives: Greek Life in the Past

Dec. 4, 1930 “Classes, Clubs, and Societies: Phi Alpha Mu.” In years past, the student newspaper would devote a section of the newspaper called “Classes, Clubs, and Societies” in which…





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From The Archives: October

This year, we’re digging through the newspaper archives! McDaniel’s student newspaper has gone by many names through the decades: The Black and White, The Gold Bug, Scrimshaw, The Phoenix, and, of course, The McDaniel…