By: Annie Beckstrom
The halls of PMH are rife with bright, accomplished law students. The fervor to succeed is palpable as students work tirelessly to earn a meaningful role in the legal community. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that in a law school stacked with such a wide array of academic talent, PMHers enjoy a host of coveted summer job opportunities. While the typical summer job usually involves a Big Firm associate position or judicial clerkship, several students pursuing niche legal fields have recently experienced unique opportunities that tilt the perspective of a customary career path. George Bonvillian is one such law student.
By: Annie Beckstrom
By: The Fashion Police
Do you aspire to be sharper than the crease in the pants of Dean Corbett’s suit? Have you mastered what it takes to survive law school, but consider yourself to be “lawst” when it comes to maintaining a fashionable yet professional wardrobe? Are you or someone you know an “unknowledgeable fashionista?” i.e. a guy or girl who thinks they know about fashion, but they actually knows absolutely nothing. Do you think navigating your way through the “fashion jungle” is tougher than paying attention to Dean Joseph for an entire class period? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, have no fear…the Fashion Police is here!
By: Megan Wiggins
Welcome back friends! I hope y’all had a fun and eventful summer. As usual, I will keep your social calendars buzzing this semester. There are a ton of Fall festivities planned in the Red Stick, and whether you’re a foodie, hipster, beer connoisseur, tailgate enthusiast, or work-out junkie, I have something for you. I hope you take a break from the books and check out what’s happening in the Red Stick!
Q: Dear Dr. Love, I can’t stop thinking about my Constitutional Law professor Nichael Doenen*. Help!
–Hopelessly in Loving v. Virginia
A: Fear not, Hopelessly in Loving. Consistent with the holding in Clinton v. Jones, I too am offered no immunity to Prof. Doenen’s charms. Is it the excited gleam in his eyes when he discusses Marbury v. Madison? Maybe it’s his ability to make such topics as the Commerce Clause seem wild and thrilling? Either way, the Yale grad and “Scandal” aficionado has captured the hearts of many a PMH student.
By: The Hitchcock Blonde
Beginners, Written and Directed by Mike Mills
Mills’ Beginners is an appropriate first movie review for several reasons: we’re beginning a new year at PMH, we’re all learning new things, and, hello, Ewan McGregor. Mills manages to capture all that is beautiful in life, the good and the bad, and he successfully maintains a consistent whimsical vibe throughout the film, beginning to end.