Articles by Nina Tafapolsky

Reicher juggles and flips his way through life

Reicher juggles and flips his way through life

February 8, 2018 | in Sports

The Great Wall of China. Tourists walk along the ancient stones, as they take in the green landscape. For one red haired boy, however, this incredible scene is upside down. “When I go to... Read More

Food, space, and coffee inspire student doodles

Food, space, and coffee inspire student doodles

February 8, 2018 | in Arts

It is not just about the Astronaut floating across the star-studded galaxy. It is also about the attachment chord swirling into a ‘g.’ It is not just about the yellow Eggo box that sits... Read More

2018 MLK Day Celebration at Veterans Hall

2018 MLK Day Celebration at Veterans Hall

January 30, 2018 | in Web

Over fifty years ago, Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech after the march from Selma, Alabama.  A phrase from that speech still inspires and resonates with people to this day: “The arc... Read More

Three is actually not the magic number

Three is actually not the magic number

January 16, 2018 | in Opinions

Three books. To Kill A Mockingbird. Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry. The House on Mango Street. Female voices narrate these poignant stories, and teach valuable lessons about inherent and relevant problems in the... Read More

ACL: Who Are You Wearing?

December 11, 2017 | in A Closer Look

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Men’s water polo aims to end season swimmingly

Men’s water polo aims to end season swimmingly

November 13, 2017 | in Water Polo

Group huddles. Synchronized chants. Pump up music. Whirlpools. The men’s water polo team calls their pre-game ritual “PGWs”, or pre-game whirlpools, said men’s water polo coach John Savage. “If the pool is shallow enough... Read More

Documentaries delve deeper into diversity

Documentaries delve deeper into diversity

October 17, 2017 | in Campus

On a warm Wednesday evening, the Havens campus seemed like it always did at night, darkness and silence blanketing the playground and halls. No one would ever expect the hundreds of people crowded into... Read More