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Kempner Blurs Line Between Folk and Rock

Childhood Dream: Kempner opening for Tally Hall and Jukebox the Ghost during her most recent show at Toquet Hall on March 6. | Photo By Victor Hollenberg '10

March 26, 2010

Ellen Kempner picked up her first toy guitar at the age of six. Since then, she has developed a love for the instrument, making it a priority for her future. Kempner often performs in shows at multiple venues, most recently at Toquet Hall in downtown Westport on March 6 playing alongside bands like Jukeb...

Failed Attempts to Interpret The Teen Mind

Failed Attempts to Interpret The Teen Mind

December 3, 2009

Shannon Moss ’11 Staff Writer The phrase, “say what you mean and mean what you say,” may be ideal for most situations, but when I talk to my parents, it just doesn’t happen. Take, for instance, an average night at the Moss household. When my dad calls to tell my brother (Grant) and I dinner is ready, bets start on how long until food is ...

Jock Talk: Lovable Losers

October 16, 2009

Jesse Heussner '11 Features Editor Roger Federer and Juan Martin Del Potro were in the middle of a match for the ages. The young, charismatic 20 year old had just taken the best player to ever live to a fifth set at the US Open, the first time an Open final had gone the distance in ten years. I ...

A Look into the Career of Jim Nantz: A Q&A about his Play-by-Play Job at CBS Sports

March 13, 2009

1. When did you first realize that you wanted to become a sports broadcaster? Who/What was your inspiration for becoming a sports broadcaster? A. When I was 11 years old I was watching the Masters Golf Tournament with my dad. I heard these voices and had a tremendous sense about all things on the pla...

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