Articles By: Bailey Kaufman

Campus coffee competition heating up with new arts facility

Campus coffee competition heating up with new arts facility

At left is the Java Jays location in the Student Center, while the “Adrienne’s” location selling Starbucks products will be situated in the Regier Atrium inside the newly opened Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. Can the two coffee bars financially co-exist? The new Shari Flaming Center for the Arts, which features a coffee shop that serves Starbucks coffee and […]

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Column reflects life changes

A lot can change in five years. Five years ago, the phrase “yolo” (you only live once) was on every young person’s lips, Barack Obama was re-elected President of the United States and Taylor Swift released her fourth album, “Red.” Also five years ago, I was a bright-eyed senior in high school who was dead-set on becoming a broadcast journalist […]

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Seeing ‘Hamilton’ did not disappoint

It was December 2016 and Christmas break had just begun. I was feeling the freedom that comes from finishing a stressful, insanely busy semester, and on a whim, I decided to open up the ticket page for the musical “Hamil­ton.” During my summer in Nashville, I had heard all about the hit rap musical about founding father Alexander Hamilton, and […]

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A summer of firsts in France

It seems that during this stage of life, time is measured in firsts and lasts: last first day of school, last meal in the school cafeteria, first day of a new job, first apartment, etc. For me, this summer was a summer of firsts. I spent about half of the summer on my first mission trip—a month-long trip to various […]

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‘Wonder Woman’ a new kind of hero

Growing up in a world of Disney princesses and Barbies, I didn’t get much exposure to the superhero universe. Even as an adult, I don’t find myself becoming excited about these famous, male-dominated films, despite my track record of getting overly excited for movies. But at the beginning of June, a mold-breaking superhero movie came out that caught my eye: […]

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Friendships expand our world

“In friendship…we think we have chosen our peers. In reality, a few years’ difference in the dates of our births, a few more miles between certain houses, the choice of one university instead of another… the accident of a topic being raised or not raised at a first meeting—any of these chances might have kept us apart. But, for a […]

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Fighting off feelings serious ‘senioritis’

There is a point during the school year when the end feels so near, yet so very far away. It’s a point when the list of days until summer vacation is quite short, but the list of things to do before then is overwhelmingly long. At this point in the year, students must decide how they will respond. Will they […]

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A masterpiece is made new

There are very few stories that are as precious to me as the story of “Beauty and the Beast.” As a little girl, I was enamored by a character so similar to me—a girl with brown hair who loves to read and dreams of “adventure in the great wide somewhere.” I watched as she defined bravery, loyalty and compassion, and […]

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Castles are reminders of strength, security

I stepped onto the concrete platform and stretched my legs, which had stiffened during the two-hour train ride through the German Alps. When I looked up, my breath caught in my throat. There she was, peeking through the summits of the beautiful Alps. There stood the castle I had dreamed of visiting ever since I was 15. On our last […]

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Tabor student selected for MCC board

Tabor student selected for MCC board

"I like being on a board that represents a lot of cultures." Sierra Sanchez was born and raised in Thailand, and has traveled to 17 countries and speaks three languages. As the daughter of missionaries, her life has been full of unique experiences. This year, Sanchez, a Tabor College junior, has been able to experience another opportunity by serving as […]

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