Daniel Lipson

Class of 2012


  • Social Networking 101

    Since its launch in 2004, Facebook has become a vital part of everyday life. From its roots in college campuses, it has blossomed into a way for people of all ages to connect on a variety of levels. At its heart, however, Facebook retains the charm and allure of the purpose it was originally created for: It is first and foremost a way for college students to connect with each other through social ...

    Forum | August 21, 2011
  • E-cigarettes promote unhealthy habits

    Over the past 15 years, teen cigarette usage has seen a steady drop; that is, until a few years ago. Cigarette use has been carefully weaned out of much of popular media and been battled by anti-smoking education with the help of the FDA.

    In spite of these measures, they’ve unfortunately resurfaced as sources of comfort and pleasure for many young adults.

    Forum | April 25, 2011
  • Game Creation Society shows off its goods

    This year’s Carnival marked the second annual Game Creation Society Arcade, which took place in the Gates Hillman Complex Thursday through Saturday. The GCS Arcade is a public showcase for the projects that students in the club have taken up throughout the semester. Junior English major Connor Fallon, president of GCS, said that GCS has become one of the larger organizations on campus with about 5...

    Pillbox | April 18, 2011
  • Fellner delivers refreshing reading

    Assistant teaching professor of English Yona Harvey introduced Steve Fellner, a poet visiting last Thursday as part of the Adamson Visiting Writers Series, by describing the characters in his poems as “not mild mannered misters, but contradictory tricksters.” This description may be well suited to the man himself.

    Pillbox | April 11, 2011
  • Panic! at the Disco releases album

    Panic! at the Disco isn’t your average pop-rock band. With an image styled off the Elizabethan and Victorian eras, Panic! is its own circus act, to the point of even incorporating literal circus acts. While Panic!’s third album, Vices and Virtues, is filled with plenty of eccentric sounds, including marimbas, synthesizers, and something that sounds suspiciously like a vibrating phone, the band h...

    Pillbox | March 28, 2011

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