The Dig Editorial Staff
The Dig is your student-run, student-edited, and student-published newspaper. We have fought hard to remain this way so we can serve as a platform for student voices, communal changes, and action. The current state of racial injustice both in America and in our own institution is unacceptable. The Dig stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and we are committed to using our platform to inspire action in any way possible by uplifting student voices.
Anna Blake Patrick
The passing of all-star Kobe Bryant has deeply affected those both within the basketball community and beyond.
September, 2019: Grace A. ‘21 joins The Dig, writes one (1) article, and retires. While her time on staff did not exceed 2 Activity blocks, her journalistic career has already exceeded the profundity of many full-time writers, including but not limited to myself.
We’ve all seen teenagers before. Whether it be on the way to school, in TV shows like Mean Girls, or at a climate strike. But the teenagers you see in America today are not the same as the teenagers born in 1963. They don’t walk around playing with Stretch Armstrongs and Great American Express Toy Train Sets anymore. Instead, they watch music videos and play games like Tiny Wings, or Instagram. If you’re a parent, there’s a nearly 100% chance your child is addicted to Tiny Wings or Instagram.
Anna Blake Patrick
Strange findings have been made at the mysterious ruins of Puma Punku of Tiwanaku, up in the Altiplano of Bolivia.
There comes a time in every woman’s life when she must temporarily abandon the advice column she started freshman year in pursuit of better grades, only to conclude that the System is Rigged and write a spur of the moment exposé on a fringe, if not forgotten, member of the candy community: Pixy Stix.
This week may just have been the most insane week of politics in US history, which is saying something considering the era we are currently living in.
A little Q&A to keep yourself updated and informed, folks. : )