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CNU’s seven Panhellenic sororities recruited new members this weekend STORYMORGAN BARCLAYMORGAN.BARCLAY.15@CNU.EDUSPENCER.EVANS.16@CNU.EDU PHOTOSHANNAH MCCLUREHANNAH.MCCLURE.17@CNU.EDUALEX BURRUSSALEXANDER.BURRUSS.15@CNU.EDU With hugs so hard they make sisters fall down, cheers that rattled the building and more than enough happy tears, Bid Day 2019 welcomed new members into the seven Panhellenic sororities at CNU.  But Bid Day and running home was just…

Weekly pictures

Our top pictures from each week. Interested in having your photos here? Email your best shots to clog@cnu.edu for your chance to be featured! Jan. 9- 16

After two year hiatus, WCNU is on the air

The organization celebrated their first broadcast on Jan. 13 MORGAN BARCLAYMORGAN.BARCLAY.15@CNU.EDU The WCNU team watched on in anticipation during a celebration in the Madison Room here on campus as the first broadcast started. Sounds of Auld Lang Syne were met with cheers from the members of the club. These cheers turned into smiling faces as…

Making change on change.org

Marckel Bonds’ petition about MLK day led to a meeting with University leadership MORGAN BARCLAYMORGAN.BARCLAY.15@CNU.EDU Published over winter break on change.org and spread over social media, Marckel Bonds’ petition to have classes cancelled at CNU on Martin Luther King Day in order to properly honor the meaning of the day, as of this publication, has…

‘Shape your future. Change the world.’

CNU and PLP students can apply to be one of 50 Virginia representatives at the Global Pathfinder Summit MATTHEW SCHERGERMATTHEW.SCHERGER.16@CNU.EDU Want to be one of a select number of millenials to represent Virginia during the Global Pathfinder Summit (GPS), held in nearby Charlottesville, VA, May 20-24, 2019?  American Evolution is looking for 50 Virginians over…

Parking problems temporary, necessary

Current construction creates more parking spaces for everyone who visits CNU’s campus EMMA DIXONEMMA.DIXON.17@CNU.EDU Short term pain for long term gain. Although right now a couple of parking lots are under construction, temporarily causing fewer parking spaces on campus, there will be 141 new spaces once the new renovations are completed. Plans for the construction…

Localizing period poverty

MARA THARPMARY.THARP.17@CNU.EDU Prior to Winter Break, an organization on campus received local news coverage on their petition aimed to end “period poverty” on CNU’s campus. The club, PERIOD. @CNU, is the campus chapter of a nationwide organization that has dubbed itself PERIOD. The organization’s mission, listed on its website, is to “celebrate periods and provide…

In response to collegiate petitions

Complaining is an art that needs to be taught TYLER MELONETYLER.MELONE.14@CNU.EDU Complaining is the pinnacle of expression. It is the affirmation of consummation and the explication of revelation. Whether or not complaints are valid, it is essential to the process of a democratic society that an appropriate and unfettered method of self advocacy be protected…

This day in History: Few things happen overnight

This day in 1945 illuminates how atrocities happen slowly over the course of decades MILLER BOWESTEPHEN.BOWE.15@CNU.EDU On January 16th, 1945, Adolf Hitler retreated to the Fuhrerbunker beneath Berlin, where he would spend the last four months of his life before committing suicide in April.  Hitler had controlled Germany since 1933, and in those twelve years…

Why write about Sports?

New Sports Editor explains why he writes about sports, why you should write about sports, and what the updated section will look like MICHAEL INNACELLIMICHAEL.INNACELLI.15@CNU.EDU Why write about sports? I have been asked that before by many of my friends in the past couple of years and all I can tell them is why not? …