Constitutional shortcomings at CNU

An explanation of our separation of Church and State, or lack thereof “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress…

Etiquette for the Captains

The Luter School put on its annual Business Etiquette dinner for students On Monday Sept. 23, the Luter School of Business held its annual business etiquette dinner known as BusE. The event began at 3:30 upstairs in the David Student Union. Students attended breakout sessions ranging in topics from how to hold yourself at business…

A major step for the Electrical Engineering Department

The new ABET accreditation helps Electrical Engineering become more competitive The Electrical Engineering program at CNU last month received its accreditation from ABET, an organization that evaluates university STEM programs for standards of quality and outcomes.  The organization is highly respected in the engineering field. The ABET evaluation started in January 2018 and ended last…

Will Smith has graced the earth

Reflecting on the unique career of an actor, rapper and YouTuber In West Philadelphia, born and raised, that’s where Will Smith spent most of his days. Born on September 25, 1968, Will Smith has graced both the big screen and the small screen, becoming a multi-generational rapper with pop appeal in the process.  With extensive…

A busy week for fraternities and young men on campus

IFC rush took place all of last week so young men could find their brotherhood “With classes being in full swing, the IFC is going through its informal recruitment process. There are a total of nine fraternities on Christopher Newport’s campus, all of which participate in informal recruitment. Each organization represents a different philanthropy and…

Delta Gamma raises over $6,000 at Anchor Splash

Fifth annual philanthrophy a success This past Friday, September 20th, the sisters of Delta Gamma hosted their chapters fifth annual Anchor Splash on the York Lawn. Anchor Splash is one of Delta Gamma’s main philanthropic events, along with Dessert Derby in the spring. All the proceeds from this event go towards their national and local…

From flags to riches on the field

Herzog followed an unconventional path into the Captains defense Football is more than just a fantasy this season for junior #15 Jake Herzog, who was recruited to Captains football just last semester. Herzog was asked to join the team after student coaches and players witnessed his skills on the flag football field with his team…

Men’s Soccer remains undefeated at home

Tying sixth in the country, Washington and Lee gave the Captains Men’s Soccer team a reason to remember the twenty-first night of September The Men’s soccer team hosted nationally ranked #6 Washington and Lee University Saturday night in a tightly contested matchup. The Captains had gone into overtime in each of their previous three contests,…