RHA treats kids to Halloween fun on campus

CNU residence halls opened up decorated doors to trick-or-treaters Hundreds of children and parents from the local community gathered on campus for Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) annual Trick or Treat event. The event hosted in first-year residence halls gives the Newport News community a safe space to trick or treat every year. Walking through decorated…

A new leaf for Canada

Implications of marijuana legalization for the CNU community Canada has just legalized marijuana for recreational use.  This again raises the issue of legalization in the U.S.  According to the Pew Research center, 62 percent of Americans now support weed legalization and that number has only been rising in recent years. That alone is not a…

This day in history: Read 501 years later

Luther’s 95 Theses still affect today Five hundred and one years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenburg. Although these theses were meant to be the topic of scholarly dispute among churchmen, they were written in Latin rather than German, so only those who were educated could…

Jamal Khashoggi: Freedom through the press

A vision for the future of the Middle East “There is only one Arab country that has enough political and civil liberties to be classified as free.” This insight, written by Jamal Khashoggi, the late Saudi Arabian journalist, began the Op-Ed he would send to The Washington Post days before his disappearance. His article is…

Raise your voice on Nov. 6

Voting is a right and a privilege–take advantage The political climate in America has gotten more and more divisive as the years have gone by. No matter what your political affiliation is, you most likely understand that the bipartisan system in our country has changed greatly. The morals of many politicians have been called into…

Captains win 13-3

The defense lead the Captains to another conference victory In a game filled with penalties, the Captains ended with a 13-3 win over fellow New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponent, the Kean University Cougars. In 2017, the Captains went into their game against the Cougars with a lot of confidence due to their 3-4 record….

Sigma Phi Epsilon wins Spirit Sign Contest

Winners of the Homecoming sign contest were Sigma Phi Epsilon, followed by Phi Mu and Zeta Phi Beta Located in Trible Plaza, the 2018 Homecoming spirit signs made by various organizations were displayed for almost all of Homecoming week. Near the end of the week, CAB announced the winners, which added to their point totals…

Review: ‘Spirit Phone’

Lemon Demon’s new album, ‘Spirit Phone,’ is more than a holiday playlist By Miller Bowe It’s Halloween, and this album is perfectly suited for the holiday. “Spirit Phone” by Lemon Demon deals with eerie and supernatural subject matter, but you won’t put it on the shelf on November 1st: it’s so good you’ll listen to…

That’s a wrap!

Local artist Troy Summerell recently completed his third ambulance wrap for CHKD Kristen Ziccarelli If you think a mural only belongs on a flat wall in the middle of a big city, you’re wrong. One of the greatest elements of artistic design is the great variety in choosing a canvas. For his latest project, Virginia…