Game of Thrones 4×04: “Oathkeeper”

Last night’s episode was like “Game of Thrones” meets “The Goosebumps”: all the creeps and heebie-jeebies plus a lot of blood, a lot of naked, and a LOT of Daenerys Targaryen—unfortunately not at the same time. Episode 4, “Oathkeeper,” opens with the world’s most talented linguist Missandei—AKA Shannyn Sossaman in a Knight’s
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Idealism flocks to “This Town” — to die

Loyal Opposition

As students of a top-tier university, it is the responsibility of those of us who do go to work in D.C. — whether libertarian, progressive or anything in between — that we work to make government, at any level, more than just an exercise in power and ego.
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Chancellor Dirks likes to have fun

In a surprising turn of events that neither his six-month impending chancellorship nor his half-hour interview revealed, the newly reigning Chancellor Nicholas Dirks is privy to basic human emotions, which include enjoyment, laughter and, most importantly, having fun. On his first day in office, Dirks let his Einstein-like composure slip
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The Red Wedding: Game of Thrones recap


It’s a few weeks into summer vacation and you’ve probably already accepted defeat: Your reading list will go unchecked, your body will not magically chisel and you will not make it to the beach unless dragged by your family for a picnic with grandma and grandpa. Instead, you’ll most likely
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The Book Nook: reading Martin’s ‘Game of Thrones’

The book: “Game of Thrones” by George R. R. Martin Suggested for: Anyone who hasn’t already started the show or wants more clarity in the plot and characters. Or anyone who likes medieval fantasy stories — complete with duels for honor and dragons. Clog rating: As with the majority of
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