Preventing the AIDS Virus

World Health Organization presents global effort to stop AIDS The 1980’s. The time where innovation shaped us. New technology has changed the way we live our normal lives. We were able to play video games in our own home, we were allowed to have pagers and, if we were lucky, had our very first home…

What to watch this Thanksgiving break: “Doctor Sleep” review tells all

A thrilling, visually stunning sequel to one of the greatest horror narratives of all time Steven King’s “Doctor Sleep,” a novel released in the fall of 2013, received rave reviews from critics and fans alike, and is now recognized as one of King’s greatest sequels ever written. Six years later, “Doctor Sleep” (2019) has made…

Wunderbar Together

Panel discussion highlights the stories of German-American friendship Throughout history, war and peacemaking have formed some incredible bonds between countries that still stand to this day. Germany and the US have seen some of the most historically significant and tumultuous relations that have fortunately led to a great alliance in the present day.  Showcasing a…

The creator behind the “The Starry Messenger”

Kris Iden showcases a movement of experiences through her art The Ferguson Center for the Arts invited the Christopher Newport community to an artist reception on Nov. 4, a showcase for the Ferguson’s newest temporary exhibits. If you walk down the halls of the Ferguson to the Falk Gallery, you will encounter a rather lovely…

The often unsung heroes of theater

Discover how magic becomes reality due to the talent of Theater Tech When the average person thinks about a play, a musical or any other type of theater production, they tend to immediately think of the actors first. Although the work of actors is often the most initially noticeable considering they are the people who…

Hot or Not Yoga’s Himalayan salt room is a sweet success

Local yoga studio offers oasis of relaxation and rejuvenation Pink Himalayan salt – is it a gimmick? A bougie seasoning that lots of middle-aged moms buy at TJ Maxx? Another facet of the millennial obsession with everything rose gold? Or does it actually have properties that have real potential for health benefits? Recently, I had…

SDEC and Currents host Diversity Dialogues

Two organizations came together for a night of unity, diversity and creativity As campus became showered with rain and early darkness last Friday night, Nov. 15, two organizations on campus enlightened the Crows Nest with their comforting event. The Student Diversity and Equality Council (SDEC) teamed up with Currents Literary Magazine for an evening called…

Volleyball loses in round of 32

Captains fall to Marymount in Regional Finals The weekend of Nov. 15 was a special one because for the first time since 2014, the Freeman Center was the host site for one of the NCAA Volleyball tournament Regional Championships. Christopher Newport would invite seven other teams from a variety of states: Virginia, Maryland, New York,…

Another PK loss brings heartbreak to #23 Men’s Soccer

Captains lose 4-3 in PK shootout in the second round of the NCAA tournament It was a chilly and windy weekend for soccer at Jennings Family Stadium for the first and second round of the NCAA tournament. Despite the weather forcing the four teams to change from Captains Field to Jennings Family Stadium, there were…

How to practice gratitude in your everyday life

Here are five simple suggestions on how to be thankful for the blessings you have With Thanksgiving right around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking about gratitude and how to incorporate it into your everyday life. Here are five easy ways to start practicing gratitude and to start including it in…