The moment you step into the gallery on the second floor of Kresge Library, you are met with the phrase, “cherish grief it is rare and unadulterated.” This phrase was coined by Casey Fletcher, and it provides a framework of viewing for the rest of the works on display, simply because it is the first piece you see when you walk in.
Joji is a growing producer, rapper, and singer who started as a YouTube entertainer/ personality at the start of his career. During his YouTube days, he focused a lot on comedy and silly skits, and for a while he released some less-than-serious music under the name “Pink Guy.”
So, I am indeed writing about trash, and I do, in fact, have an opinion on it. I worked in facilities freshman year, so I know my trash. We need trash cans at Covenant. This seems like a silly thing to have to say. Honestly I didn’t believe that it was true that there were NO trash cansoutside buildings on campus, but when I paid closer attention I realized it was almost true.
Is this my fault? What did I do to merit this? Am I actually safe right now? These are the questions that run through our minds when you catcall us. You may not realize this form of sexual harassment is a problem here, on Covenant College’s campus; we didn’t expect it either. But it happens—often—and it’s unacceptable. We, women, are image bearers of Christ, not sex objects.
Four years ago, during the first few weeks of the fall semester, a lively debate broke out between two students in a classroom at a small university in middle-Georgia. They were both taking an introductory class on the philosophy of ethics, a course focused primarily on assigned readings and class discussion.
Many, if not most of us, have spent most of our lives in the same place. We have become accustomed to one cultural context and specific ways of thinking. For this reason, when it comes to systems of learning like theology, it is easy for us to take things for granted or to make subconscious assumptions about what we are studying.
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.
The NBA is like other sports in a lot of ways, but very different in one: the NBA is the pettiest league that has been or ever will be. By petty I mean excessive sub-tweeting, passive aggressive Instagram post-liking, and just doing Joel Embiid things. This column for the rest of the NBA season will keep you updated with the Good, the Bad, and the Petty of the NBA season.