Can you believe that the semester is already halfway over? It seems like just yesterday we returned to campus all revitalized and refreshed from winter break, and now spring is around the corner and we're facing midterms and – gasp! – the dreaded beginnings of final papers. Take faith though, dear readers, because your favorite alternative monthly has got some big news to share that will surely make your life at Dickinson a bit brighter.
We're pregnant! Just kidding. There is, however, a new member of the square family. After far too much time, we've just launched our much anticipated website, thesquareonline.org. Right now we've posted our current articles along with some archives from past issues, but keep your eyes open for future niceties like a blog and new media downloads. Take a minute to check it out – its quick, doesn't cost anything, and we guarantee you'll find it pretty amusing.
Still looking for something to do? Perhaps you'd be better off celebrating Holi. Or, you could take a walk down to Pomfret Street and check out the Y-Not Gift Shop. If you're looking for a good study break, check out the review of a new book by a Dickinson alum or download some tracks from Luke Temple's recently released second album. And if you're in the mood for a new look for spring, we bring you a comic solution to one of a college student's greatest hairdo dilemmas.
So now we've given you not one, but two great ways to enjoy the square . Pretty soon it should be warm enough to head out to Morgan Field with a hard copy in hand, but until then feel free to take refuge from the cold and enjoy the articles on the web from the comfort of your own dorm room. Bookmark it, make it your homepage, do what you have to – but remember to check back often for new content and updates! Also, don't hesitate to talk to us – we'd love to hear what you think about our newest addition.
Enjoy your spring break, and don't go too crazy! Or if you do, be sure to invite us to come along with you. After all, like all of the essentials of college life (Facebook profiles, YouTube clips, and Sparknotes summaries) we're now available online – what could be cooler than that?