Post Tagged with: "Charlie Guese"

The lounge ends the year in the Bertain Redwood Grove where a special kind of ambience settled in as the sun set. (Charlie Guese/COLLEGIAN)

The Lounge unplugs under the stars for last event of the year

May 12, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief The Lounge holds a history of spearheading new spaces and methods for students to express themselves. So for the final… Read More ›

The De La Salle Statue outside the Main Chapel. (Charlie Guese/COLLEGIAN)

Editorial: Four elements of Saint Mary’s that make it special

May 12, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief I could write 1,000 words about what Saint Mary’s means to me after four years of my own, unique experiences.… Read More ›

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Editorial: Four areas where Saint Mary’s can improve itself

May 5, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief I have now spent four years at Saint Mary’s, eight years in Lasallian education institutions, and 18 in various Catholic… Read More ›

“Good Person of Setzuan” challenges ideas of morality

April 28, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief What makes a person good? Questions of morality, duplicity, and other topics were presented in the Performing Arts Department’s production… Read More ›

Nuclear negotiations could make Iran an international player

April 21, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Lausanne, Switzerland was poised to become the center of the world’s attention as representatives of the P5+1 countries—the United States,… Read More ›

Editorial: Hoosier state is not a bellweather in fight for equality

April 14, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief While the year is 2015, and while we do supposedly live in the free world, every once in a while,… Read More ›

Add “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” to your Netflix queue

Add “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” to your Netflix queue

April 14, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief What happens when you become abducted by a doomsday cult in Indiana for 15 years and are suddenly rescued out… Read More ›

100 Word Rant: A cautionary note to puffers

March 24, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief You’ve probably seen a puffer somewhere. No, not the chain smokers or the people who get their car stolen while… Read More ›

Saint Mary’s wins appeal for intramural lights

March 17, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief In another late marathon Moraga Town Council meeting on Wednesday, the five member council unanimously upheld the Saint Mary’s appeal… Read More ›

Hip bars and breweries for a great Oakland bar crawl

Hip bars and breweries for a great Oakland bar crawl

March 17, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief I’m always somewhat surprised whenever I run into people who hold reservations over Oakland as a city. When I was… Read More ›

Cultural Nights start off with a BASH

Cultural Nights start off with a BASH

March 3, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Every spring, the Intercultural Center gives unique opportunities for students of a wide range of diversities to express their own… Read More ›

Editorial: Newsflash: US not the greatest county in the world

February 24, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Newsflash: the United States is not the greatest country in the world. But first, let’s pretend for a moment that… Read More ›

Restaurant Review: Shan Dong inspires tears of joy

Restaurant Review: Shan Dong inspires tears of joy

February 18, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief I wanted to cry at how impressed I was at this restaurant. That may be a hyperbolic statement, but if… Read More ›

Editorial: Conflating the message that comes with free speech

Editorial: Conflating the message that comes with free speech

January 13, 2015

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Millions in Paris and around the world this week are marching in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist extremist… Read More ›

LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

LGBTQIA discussion confronts discrimination

October 21, 2014

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by Charlie Guese | Editor-in-Chief Entering the world as a member of the LGBTQIA community is almost always a turbulent process. For many LGBTQIA youth,… Read More ›