Q&A: Professor Herb Kauderer

by Kaitlyn Halper News is spreading on Professor Herb Kauderer’s departure from Hilbert occurring at the end of Spring 2019. An English professor on campus, he teaches classes including creative writing and literature of horror. Writing poems and short stories he was nominated for the Elgin Award twice, the Rhysling Award four times, the Dwarf […]

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Event: What Were You Wearing

by Danielle Tomaka Hilbert College held an exhibit in mid-November called “What Were You Wearing?” in Swan Hall. There was clothing hung on the walls and short descriptions of what student survivors of sexual assault were wearing when they were victimized. There were adult and children victims, both male and female. It was shocking yet […]

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HawkWheels: My pride and joy

by Garrett Derkovitz My 1986 Grand Marquis always get the attention of someone on the road. Anyone who drove one of these or something similar always has a story to remember about theirs. Most any of the old timers get a kick out of seeing something that they used to see every day. My Uncle […]

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Good Eats: Chef’s

by Brandon Zicari Towards the end of the semester my roommates and I have made it a tradition to go out to a higher quality restaurant and have dinner. It is at this dinner where we discuss upcoming finals, how the semester has gone, and the plans for future events. This year we chose to […]

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Event: Art for Life

by Danielle Tomaka Photos by Mary Kate Wirfel Students in Don Vincent’s Com 460 class held their Art For Life fundraiser in the West Herr Atrium last week to raise money for S.P.U.D.S. (Suicide Prevention and Understanding Different Signs). Art For Life had live music by Ryan Zunner; another member who ran the event; an […]

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Farewell Hilbert

by Mary Kate Wirfel It is hard to believe that in a few weeks I will be saying goodbye to my home of six years. At the same time also not surprising that my time as an undergrad here at Hilbert College is ending. The time flew buy so fast what was supposed to be […]

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Penny Pinching: Saving on Christmas

by Danielle Tomaka It’s often said that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it is also the most expensive. Christmas shopping can be time consuming and can get costly. If you’re like me and get too generous with purchasing more gifts than you actually need, there are several precautions you can […]

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Study Tips: Cramming for finals

by Kaitlyn Halper With the end of the semester around the corner, students are prepping for papers, exams and homework galore. The Scribe is here to help with a list of study techniques to help you ace your finals. Stay organized – Organize your class notes, use sticky notes, and keep flash cards. Create a […]

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Remembering Stan Lee

by Brandon Zicari I was seven years old when I was introduced to the work of Stan Lee. My father took me to see the first “Spiderman” movie starring Tobey Maguire. My dad had been into the comics growing up so when another adaptation came out he made sure to take me to see it. […]

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Protect Your Paws

by Scott Peet Winter is coming and it’s time to start thinking about protecting our smallest family members from the cold and snow. Humans may take our feet for granted from time to time, but our animals need to have special care taken to protect their paws from the weather and many deicers used on […]

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