Serving across borders, between breaks

PLP students traveled over winter break to help kids in need in the Dominican Republic ~Spencer Evans, Staff Writer~ Over the past winter break, while some of us were celebrating the holidays, a group of 17 CNU students of the President’s Leadership Program traveled to the Dominican Republic to engage in community service through Outreach…

Career Horoscopes: January 23-30

What’s in your future this week? Aries (March 21 – April 19) You could be in a nerve-wracking period. Impatience and overwork could agonize your nerves. Nurture yourself and have some harmony. A nice bath or short break to accumulate motivation will help more than you understand. Be happy! Taurus (April 20 – May 20)…

Sorabol soars above expectations

The hole-in-the-wall Korean restaurant provides excellent introduction to traditional food Tucked away in a strip mall, you will find an explosion of flavor that transports anyone that opens the door. Sorabol, a traditional Korean restaurant, has been a staple in the Newport News community for some time. Located next to the International Market on Denbigh,…

“One in Christ through unity in sisterhood”

Sisters of Sigma Alpha Omega spread God’s love at CNU Sigma Alpha Omega strives to spread God’s light at Christopher Newport. As CNU’s only religious sorority, it is truly set apart from others on campus. Sigma Alpha Omega is a Christian sorority originally established in 1998. CNU’s chapter, Alpha Delta, came into being about ten…

Review: ‘I am > I was’

21 Savage’s newest album shows signs of growth The title of 21 Savage’s new album is no joke: he is undoubtedly greater than he was.  In the past I hadn’t really taken him all that seriously because I considered his mellowed out, low-register flow to be a lazy version of trap.  His new project, though,…

Review: ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’

Ultimate’s redefined modes and additions help it stand out from the rest The Smash series has been an integral part of Nintendo’s first party lineup since its beginnings on the N64. Every game within the series is typically considered to be one of the best for each of their respected Nintendo console, or at least…

First Trumpet Festival held Saturday & Q & A with Dr. Kelly Rossum

2019 Trumpet Festival draws students, community members and long-time players for a full day of masterclasses, performances and more in the Ferguson Center   This Saturday, the CNU Music Department hosted the first Trumpet Festival, a free, all-day event open to all ‘trumpet enthusiasts.’ With a variety of guest speaker presentations, panels, classes and performances,…

The great OT debate

Football fans express frustrations with NFL regulations following conference championships, is change imminent for the league? This past weekend created a whirlwind of emotions for football fans, warranting a harsh critique of the NFL’s rulebook from both championship games.  Earlier on Sunday the New Orleans Saints hosted the Los Angeles Rams, resulting in a Rams…

We’re all in this together

#52 Savonte Chappell of the Men’s Basketball team explains all the hard work the team does and explains just how he gives everything for the team 2019 is shaping up to be a good year for junior forward #52 Savonte Chappell. Playing a key role in the Men’s basketball team’s 5-1 conference start, Chappell has…

Money Moves: Machado contract rumors

Manny Machado is the talk of MLB and continues to headline the offseason. Where will he end up and what does this mean for free agents in MLB? The Phillies, the White Sox, the Yankees, or somewhere else all together. Where will Manny go? That’s the question on every General Manager’s (GM) mind this offseason….