February 2014

Diversity Day Photos 1

The Rubble Staff

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Diversity Day Photos 2

The Rubble Staff

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Diversity Day Photos 3

The Rubble Staff

Diversity Day Photos 4

The Rubble Staff


Hoops for Habitat! Books for Children Charity and Jefferson Awards Team Up for Hoops for Habitat

Ann Guzzetta ’17

Books for Children is partnering with Jefferson Awards for a fun-filled night of basketball and book donations on Friday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the Weaver Gym. Enjoy a spirited basketball game between Tower Hill students and faculty/alumni.  Please bring a gently used children’s book to donate at the concession stand for Books for Children Charity in exchange for a free soda.

Food Inc. and the Greek

Kelly Kollias ’15

“Kelly! Dinner!” my sister’s high-pitched squeals echo from the kitchen downstairs, summoning me from my workplace to the dining room. There I encounter what any other person would consider an average meal: corn, rice, and grilled chicken breast with a mixed green salad on the side. Continue reading “Food Inc. and the Greek”

Diversity Day Groups

Diversity Club

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Film Review: The Descendants

Ian Frazier ’15

Just a snippet of Frazier’s Top 100.

By: Ian Frazier

Published February, 2014

Alexander Payne (Sideways) continues to master the comedy-drama genre, and it is never more evident than in The Descendants. The film, based on the novel by Kaui Hart Hemmings, features George Clooney as Matt King, a resident of Hawaii, whose wife is left in a coma after a boating accident. Continue reading “Film Review: The Descendants”

Culture Club: Japan and the Philippines!

Kai Inguito 14′

The Culture Club learns about Japanese and Filipino culture!

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