Four short years

Matthew Scherger It is impossible for me to talk about CNU without immediately thinking of The Captain’s Log. I first joined The Captain’s Log during Orientation week of my Freshman year, and it is the only organization I have stuck with for all four years. Journalism interested me in high school, and while I didn’t…

An unexpected adventure

Vivianna Atkins I am an accounting major. You know, the major that is good with numbers, spreadsheets and earning money. Among other things, we are universally known to be bad at writing and words (and honestly, all communication). As a result, I never thought that I would find myself in journalism or as an editor…

A Second Family

Taryn Hannam-Zatz The Captain’s Log has been one of the biggest parts of my four years at CNU. I have always loved writing and, especially, being a part of a newspaper, as I did it all through high school. I knew when I became a Captain that I wanted to join the newspaper. My freshman…

Looking Back, and Then Forward

Duncan Hoag It’s hard to fathom that my time with The Captain’s Log has ended. It was the first involvement I ever had on this campus, and so I feel uprooted by leaving it behind. The newspaper has evolved since I started writing for it, but the commitment to providing an informed campus has remained…

COVID & the climate

Climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic are alarmingly similar crises that can be solved in similar ways if we act boldly It is no question that we are living through an unprecedented crisis that has impacted everything from our social lives and livelihoods to the international policies and procedures observed by governments and businesses across…