Recess provides many benefits for students

Maya Greer, Writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

As finals draw near, stress increases as students do their best to prepare for their end-of-the-year exams. Not all stress is bad, and up to a certain point, it can be beneficial, driving a person to do their best. But once stre...

Cheers and Jeers

Lia Dankowicz, Writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Opinion, Uncategorized

The 2016-2017 school year is coming to a close and the spring 2017 Gargoyle staff has compiled a list of what we believe are the highs and lows of this school year, or rather, the Cheers and Jeers. Cheers March to the Mosque ...

These pizza places can’t be topped

Martin Dalling, Writer

April 20, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, Gourmet Gargoyle, Opinion

There are many different pizza places on campus and finding the best one is hard. So my friends and I tried out three different places to find the best. We tried Mia Za's, a classic campus spot, which had good toppings and was...

Should there be a 5th year of languages at Uni?

Lia Dankowicz, Writer

April 19, 2017

Filed under Features, Opinion

Soon-to-be subfreshmen filling out the forms to attend Uni have one difficult choice they must make: choosing a language. Every Uni student is required to spend a minimum of two years learning one of the five offered foreign o...

Submission Guidelines

Gargoyle Editors

April 3, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor

Submission Guidelines for Letters to the Editor.

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Should the voting age be lowered?

Umar Hanif and Mallika Luthar

October 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

With an impending election, Umar Hanif and Mallika Luthar weigh the pros and cons of lowering the voting age.    

Cheating at Uni: Sophomore history scandal

Jazmin Tweedle, Martin Dalling, Chloe Pollock-Muskin, Sarah Zhang, and Nathalie Stein

May 15, 2016

Filed under Features, News, Opinion

On April 29, sophomores in Modern History and juniors/seniors in World Since 1945 were required to take a “day of silence.” Chris Butler, who has been a history teacher at Uni for 38 years, found out that several students...

Uni’s lack of socioeconomic diversity is a problem

Nora Benmamoun

January 9, 2016

Filed under Features, News, Opinion

I’ve started to realize that money can often buy knowledge. Money can buy a lot. It can buy nice cars, fancy clothes, healthy foods, country club memberships, international vacations and a multitude of objects that people with...