The Return of Dr. Love

by Daisy Jasmine, Staff Writer Long before the publication we know and love made its home in our familiar digital territory, Das Tor saw a brief, golden era in which the print paper included a certain inimitable advice column. Students beleaguered by conundrums of passion, longing and heartbreak sought the guidance and constructive critique of […]

The Girls of Revolution Street: Who Are They?

By Shahin Bahrami, Guest writer December 27th, 2017: Tehran is cold — winter is coming, and Iran is getting ready to embrace it. Revolution Street (خیابان انقلاب), one of the oldest and busiest streets in the heart of the city, is witnessing a young Iranian woman standing on top of a utility box on the […]

Honor Council’s Forum for Reflection and Reform

By Mary Grace Richardson, Editor-in-Chief Bad behavior from companies, politicians and celebrities fill the front page of our news. For those who haven’t completely disengaged from hearing or reading the most recent events, we’re bracing ourselves for which industry giant or hero will disappoint us with one wrongdoing or another today. Some current T-birds came […]

All the President’s (Little Green) Men

By Bryce Bower, Co-editor December of 2017 was filled with interesting news that no one heard about. On December 16, the New York Times published two articles about an encounter with an object that some believe to be extraterrestrial. One article described an experience two Navy airmen had in 2004. The other talked about the […]

Love Languages: Expressing Love by Culture

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor The holiday of love is almost upon us and as every T-bird knows, expressing your feelings can vary widely by country and culture. While in English there is only one phrase for saying “I love you”, some languages have multiple ways and many cultures are more expressive than American culture. Societal […]

A Reminder to Say “I love you”

By Gillian Reid, Staff Writer We live in a fast-paced world where there are a million things going on and only so many hours in the day. However, I have come to realize that you have to slow down and “smell the roses” so to speak. This is why I always remind the people that […]

When Cities Fight for Climate Change

By Mackenzie Pedersen, Staff Writer Since the ‘Era of Trump’ began, America has been subjected to significant change. One of Trump’s major changes includes America’s retreat from the Paris Climate Agreement. Many American citizens know that Trump refers to climate change as ‘Fake News,’ however, not everyone feels that way. There are individuals and communities […]