This is the last issue of the Daily Gazette during the 2006-2007 academic year, and it also marks the end of an era: come next fall, the Daily Gazette will […]Read more
As I look forward to my graduation, I have looked back on the three years I have spent as a member of the Daily Gazette staff with amazement. These years […]Read more
Over the past year, Lang Center Executive Director Jennie Keith and a group of staff and students have been drafting a proposal for a new committee to provide a venue […]Read more
Tri-Co travelers may have seen Haverford’s Sharpless Hall. Does that have anything to do with our Sharples? Which came first? Haverford’s Isaac Sharpless was a professor of math and astronomy […]Read more
Elisha Ann ’08 won the run-off election for Educational Policy Representative with 294 votes, with Andrew Quinton ’08 receiving 243 votes and 128 expressing No Preference. Two seniors came to […]Read more
A disappointed, hungry, squirrel.
by Matthew Tilghman
If you frequent the space between Papazian and Pierson, you may have noticed a small concrete structure that looks a bit like the crossing in a church. The structure was […]Read more
Psi Phi’s Super Soakers.
By Professor Colin Purrington
A 5-0 win over Cabrini College in the first round of the NCAA Regionals at Washington and Lee on Saturday gave the women’s tennis team their highest ranking of the […]Read more