“I like dirt. It tastes kinda gross. It’s crunchy. I don’t know how you accidentally eat dirt, but I was the one to do it. My sister and I dug away a part of the hill that was by the goat barn and the side of it was just sand so Hanna and I would always be there, we would bury each other in it.
“That’s how I ate dirt a lot. One time we were so filthy, my mom wouldn’t let us come inside until we hosed off. I’m pretty sure that just turned into a water fight, just like everything else does.
“I don’t think I ever stopped eating dirt. Even now with my edible plant class, I still eat dirt with that since you can’t get all the dirt off the plants you pull out of the ground. It’s good for the immune system.”
International students enjoy first American Thanksgiving Contrary to the questioning of a surprising number of Americans, the Thanksgiving tradition is isolated to North America. Its purpose has seemed to morph over decades; to some the holiday being a meager door stop between Halloween and Christmas. The trek from Vermont to Connecticut, from Connecticut to […]
It was Wednesday night, the yearly SEXploration Fair was underway. The PAC (Peer Advocates For Change) Club had been spending a lot of time setting up for this event. Members of the club sat waiting for people to come into the room to see all the hard work they had put in. Smiles erupted from […]
It’s that time of year again, where everyone is bantering about when you are allowed to decorate for Christmas. The time where all the stores have Christmas decorations out right as Halloween hits, giving Thanksgiving no time. As Thanksgiving rolls around, some people start to decorate for Christmas. Others have already decorated and started their […]
Within the depths of the English department is a professor loved by many, and equally disliked by others. On the surface she seems very stern, and even mean, but behind that front, Professor Flo Keyes is as loveable as a teacher can get. “She’s wicked funny, and I feel like people can’t get past the […]
Over the past couple weeks, skunks have taken over the Castleton campus. Some students say they have seen up to three different skunks circulating throughout the campus and assume they are a family with one fully grown skunk and two much smaller ones. Students around campus have mixed emotions about how they feel about sharing […]
I think we can all agree that pets play a very vital role in people’s lives, which is one reason why I created the Pet Series for this newspaper. I wanted to highlight amazing people and the unique connection they have with their loyal animal companions. In today’s article, I was fortunate enough to have […]