William & Mary cuts seven of their Division 1 Sports

What that means for the athletes and remembering each sport’s legacy ~Matthew Morhiser, Sports Editor~ On September 3rd, the College of William & Mary issued a self-titled “open letter” to its community. The contents of the letter, issued by President Kathreine Rowe, Provost Peggy Agouris and Director of Athletics Samantha K. Huge, centered on the…

An Unforgettable Tragedy of 2001

Remembering a Day That We Shall Never Forget ~Joshua Grimes, News Editor~ September 11th, 2001. A day when everything changed dramatically, because New York City; Arlington, Virginia; and Shanksville, Pennsylvania were under attack out of thin air. The day began as a normal Tuesday. Everyone was doing their morning routine. President Bush was in Florida…

“We are setting the world on fire”

Panel promotes conversation on policing and social justice “We are developing a sustainable framework for the continuation of inclusive practices across CNU, and we’re identifying a university-wide assessment to evaluate inequities within our formal and informal systems,” said Dr. Angela Spranger, Christopher Newport’s newly appointed Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer. “Our processes, our leaders,…

The times they are a changin’

CNU peaks at 8 active cases, implements guidelines to ensure safety as students return Going back to school is bittersweet. It’s exciting yet also nerve wracking. You have to leave your family, yet you get to be with your second family at Christopher Newport. You get to stop sitting around the house all day, but…

Setting sail, literally

Freshman dorm floods, impacts 36 students College is a unique experience. There are crazy roommate tales, laundry woes, and other inconveniences. Usually, flooding does not come to mind. However, for 28 students, last night was Setting Sail 2.0. Around 10 p.m. on Sept. 6, there was a flood incident on the third floor of York…