New Space; Same Scares

Evan McHenry

October 31, 2019

It’s that time of year again; the days grow shorter, Halloween decorations sprout up in lawns and the smell of pumpkin spice permeates the air. At Seabury, this means that the Fall Carnival is soon to come. The carnival usually...

Boot Camp

Boot Camp

October 31, 2019

Spotlight: Shamus Sawyer

Spotlight: Shamus Sawyer

October 31, 2019

Quantity or Quality

Quantity or Quality

October 31, 2019

Frightfully Fun

Catharine Richards

October 31, 2019

As strange as it may seem, fear can actually be enjoyable, and this time of year exposes us to a plethora of fun frights. Whether you enjoy watching horror films, going through haunted houses, listening to ghost stories or reading...

Horoscopes? Issue 3 (10/31/19)

October 31, 2019

Aquarius: Tomorrow, find solace in the fact that although you and your toes have been unduly separated, the appendages will add delightfully to the stew that Mr. Neuteboom is making in the Seabury basement.   Pisces: ...

BSA POV: Fair Pay to Play Act

Peter Westbrook

October 31, 2019

Throughout the history of American collegiate athletics, it has not only been illegal for colleges to pay their athletes, but college athletes have also been banned from profiting in any way from their name, image or likeness....

Pokeloha

Matthew Petillo

October 31, 2019

Pokeloha is the second poke bowl place to open up in Lawrence after Urban Poke and Grill. If you remember my last review, I was disappointed with the food at Urban, so I went into Pokeloha hoping that I would get better food. O...

Fields and Ivy

Katie Eckert

October 31, 2019

Fields and Ivy is one of Lawrence’s newest breweries, having opened just this past spring. Besides their home-crafted beer, which I am not able to review, they serve pizzas, salads and hoagies with ample vegetarian, vegan an...

Middle School Editorial: Should schools recognize Halloween?

Campbell Helling

October 31, 2019

Halloween is one of the most anticipated holidays—dressing up and getting free candy from strangers? Sounds fun! But there are downsides to this culturally embedded holiday: offensive costumes, racially or otherwise, and how ...

Editorial: Should schools recognize Halloween?

Lyle Griggs

October 31, 2019

When my brother attended Hillcrest Elementary School, administrators decided to stop celebrating Halloween. Several parents opposed the school’s traditional Halloween festivities, and the school acceded to their demands. Oppos...

Wrecking Ball: The Teletubbies

Lyle Griggs

October 31, 2019

I know nothing about Teletubbies. I have never observed one in the wild, nor have I watched the films that document their lives. I am ignorant of their genealogy, their culture, their diet or their religion. All I know is that th...