This month’s spotlight is junior Lucy Green, well-known on campus for her amazing pants and unique style. I first asked her how she generally puts her outfits together in the morning (everyone starts with one piece of the outfit), and for Green it’s always the pants.
For the past few years, the Camp House, a coffee shop and venue in downtown Chattanooga, has been hosting Theology on Tap, a monthly series which hosts Christian thinkers from all over the country. These thinkers range from pastors to authors to Covenant’s own Dr. Elissa Weichbrodt.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a recently released drama following one of Britain’s most celebrated musical exports in the world: the band, Queen. Directed by Bryan Singer, the film follows the band’s rise to fame and celebrates the intense influence that they have forever left in the world of Rock and Roll during the 1970-80s.
On an average evening in my family’s abode, my family and I turn our attention to the comedy series airing and amongst our laughs comes the ceaseless string of direct-to-consumer (DTC) prescription drug ads. Brightly colored environments with smiling patients promote treatment as if the pills can fix everyone’s ailments, and we all buy into it.
One week before I left for Covenant College in 2018, my grandfather told me that he had a lump in his throat that had been causing him pain for two years. The pain had become so severe that he could barely speak above a whisper and had to stop teaching classes at church.
Since my first senate election cycle in fall of 2016, there has always been at least one major Senate position which was uncontested. This came to a head in the most recent election cycle, when four major Senate positions were uncontested: Student Body President, Vice President, CAB Director, and Communications Director.
Lebrrrooooooooooooooooonnnn James. The greatest player on the planet showed the world how good he can be by putting together one of the most impressive single performances on a basketball court in recent memory. On the eighteenth night of November the G.O.A.T. returned to Miami where he had yet to seize a victory since he left the Heat four years ago. That would change very soon.
You’ve heard the creak of the hardwood, the bounce of the ball, and the swishing of the net, so you surely know what time of year is upon us—that’s right, it’s basketball season. With new faces on both the men’s and women’s teams, it’s bound to be a good one.
Another issue of the Bagpipe, another entry of the Good, the Bad, and the Petty of the NBA. The past two weeks have been very eventful in the world’s best league and I just can’t wait to break it all down right here.
The men’s soccer season came to a close on Saturday following a loss to the Maryville Scots, giving Maryville their second USA South Championship in 3 years. Even with the absence of a championship, Covenant put together one of their best seasons in years. With a 14-6-1 record, they had their first 10 or more win season since the 2014 Championship season.