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Semantics

Roxanne Kehr

The Quad: a community assset from June - August

The Big Bad World

Gordon Brown

“Who Will Get Admitted to Houghton?”--still a more interesting show than “Deal or No Deal.”


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Issue 171: April 10, 2014 Beth Knight & Laura Stockdale

In reference to the April Fools’ comic

ANGST

Caleb Hallead

I knew I was forgetting something.

The Man With a Hat on His Finger

Harold Beardington


Issue 171: April 10, 2014 cough

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I'm looking at you, Nicholas.

Non-descript

Katie Parry

The Liberal Arts: learning what you don't know how to say.

Things that probably shouldn't be made fun of

Roxanne Kehr


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No, But Seriously

Izzy Higdon

Don't even talk to me about the plurality of “we� unless you're conjoined at the uterus with somebody.

Steve, the Insensitive Reindeer

Misadventures of the Myriad

Trip

The Gadflies

Yes, this applies to the metaphorical language of an issue being present as well.

Sad Boss Comics

Luke Doty


Issue 171: April 10, 2014 Apples and Axes

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Seriously though, I had no idea ‘dray’ was an actual word. Huh.

Conspiticy Theory

Freshman Friendship Struggles

Medi & Kali

Whit

I never knew how clueless adults actually are.


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Double-You Double-You Jay Dee

Evan Yeong

Matthew 5:41

With Apologies to the Mature

Leah Doty

“One, two, three--” “Ugh, I need to go sulk.” “Hey, three seconds, new record!”

Anthropophrenzy

Bobby Mauger & Jim Vitale

IT WAS THEN THAT HE REALIZED WHY HE WOULD NEVER MAKE IT IN THE HONORS CLASS. “Haha! That dweeb still uses an antenna!”

Editor’s Panel Revelers and pool-floaters, If you haven’t guessed--and, quite frankly, how could you not have--today marks a precise 89 years since the public debut of The Great Gatsby and its titular character, James Gatz. Not to spoil the ending for anyone, but the novel’s penultimate word is “the.” Another morsel of trivia is that F. Scott Fitzgerald was named after his [albeit distant] cousin, Francis Scott Key, author of the US national anthem. Some talents must run in families. Also: names. Other things that run in families are comics. If you would like to join the family of The Drawing Board, please send your application in comic form to CPO 100 or leah.doty14 @houghton.edu. There is a vacant position under the strip title Reasons to Sleep Just One More Tiny Minute. Unattainably, Leah

Leah Doty Editor Emily Marie Morrow (MLE) Co-Editor Laura Stockdale Treasurer Roxanne Kehr Distributor John Rhett Faculty Advisor


The Drawing Board, issue 171