Monthly Archives: November 2019

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Out with the Old, In with the New: Harvest Table’s Plans and Outcomes of the Ongoing Construction

The sound of jackhammers clatter in Hunsaker Plaza as construction continues on the former Plaza Market and University Club. Construction to renovate both locations began mid-way through October, and has been progressing at a steady pace in the time since. Many students are curious as to what’s to come with these new dining options. Both…

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The Bulldogs Swim Team is Ready to get the New Season Started

The Redlands Bulldogs Swim Team kicked off the beginning of their season with the Annual Bulldog Pentathlon where they swam against a couple other teams including Pomona Pitzer— the reigning SCIAC champions. The events competed in are the 100 yard free stroke, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly stroke and individual medley.   Two members of the Redlands…

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She Called, I Answered: A Review of Natalie Singer’s California Calling

California sunsets, teenage heartbreak, the inherent terror and liberation of relocating to a new country and the crisis of adolescent identity: these and many more themes make up the bones of Natalie Singer’s book California Calling: A Self Interrogation. The novel is a startling mix of whimsical poetry, journalistic and technical writing, and personal anecdotes…

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