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Review: “Focus on Painting” exhibition offers a sampling of digestible “art snacks” from a larger feast

“Focus on Painting” features an array of distinctive paintings from the university’s expansive Museums Collections. Staff Writer Nadya Ellerhorst recently visited the exhibition in Old College and gives her thoughts on its kaleidoscopic approach.

Gun violence is a terrible reality of our generation, and we need the university to protect us

Recent incidents of gun violence have highlighted the vulnerability of college campuses. The Review staff shares its response to the news and encourages the university to do more to protect its students.

A 22-year-old shaking up Danish politics leaves his mark on campus

From car sizes to the ages of politicians, European Parliament nominee Mathias Niebuhr shared his experience in Denmark’s political sphere, leaving university students to compare his country to their own. Associate News Editor Tabitha Reeves has the story on Niebuhr’s Danish perspective and the thoughts of student attendees.

Poem: If you bring a friend to class

Have you ever tried to bring a friend to class? Have you thought about doing it? Well, Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick has done it, so you can cure your curiosity. She tells the tale of what happens … if you bring a friend to class.

How university faculty plan to tackle and make the most of revolutionary ChatGPT

ChatGPT’s rapid rise in popularity this winter poses many questions regarding academic honesty and the future of writing. But professors at the university are not shying away from the online chatbot; instead, they are embracing it.

Frigid temperatures cause flooding at University Courtyard Apartments

Starting back in December, flooding and water damage were reported at the University Courtyard Apartments. Now, with 97 students relocated to nearby hotels and construction underway, Residence Life & Housing sheds some light on the situation.

As governments and colleges across the country restrict TikTok, what’s next for the university?

Though the app is skyrocketing in popularity among young people, TikTok is becoming increasingly unpopular among lawmakers and some college campuses, with bans on TikTok on government devices and campus Wi-Fi networks. Editor-in-Chief Tara Lennon analyzes why and how TikTok is being banned, and if university students need to reconsider their use of this addicting app.

F.B.I. searches the university for Biden’s classified documents

The investigation into President Biden’s mishandled documents made its way to the university on Feb. 15, when the F.B.I. arrived to search university archives. Between anonymous sources and classified information, the confirmed information students are left with is little, but Associate News Editor Tabitha Reeves explores what is known so far.

Approaching political classes in a polarized society

Despite the polarized state of politics, discussion of political news is still encouraged in the classroom. Staff reporter Risha Inaganti explores the art of mastering political discourse in a world that is so divided.

Poem: Surviving commuting

College is hard. Once you start it, you had better figure out how to manage your time wisely — and fast — or the struggle will really start struggling. Oh, you commute? Prepare for things to be even worse. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Gaby Nieves has been commuting since her freshman year, so she would know.

April showers bring May flowers … and lots of puddles at the university 

Every year the university gets seasonal rain that creates mass amounts of puddles across campus. Why are university sidewalks plagued with these puddles, and how are they affecting university students?

Review: New Joyride cold brew station in Pencader P.O.D.

Many college students need caffeine to make it through the week. Pencader P.O.D has added a new cold brew station to its selection of goods and staff writer Caroline Powell uses her barista expertise to critique the new caffeinated resource.

Review: Moe’s Gyro is a hidden gem for a quick bite on campus

Moe’s Gyro on the university’s campus has been a mystery to Staff Writer Nadya Ellerhorst for some time. Ellerhorst recently made the short walk up Amstel Avenue to sample the long-standing food stand.

A deep dive into the real reason behind the “controlled detonation” on the Green

Staff reporters Risha Inaganti and Macayla Cook take a deeper look into how the university handled the now infamous “bomb” detonation that took place on campus. Students share their reaction to the situation and their opinion on the university’s handling of the occurrence.

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