Money moves: Christian Pulisic $73 million

What Christian Pulisic’s big move could mean for him and U.S. Soccer programs around the country AUSTIN URCHAUSTIN.URCH.16@CNU.EDUMICHAEL INNACELLIMICHAEL.INNACELLI.15@CNU.EDU Money talks, but in the world of soccer it tends to yell.  Neymar’s world record transfer fee of $263 million from Barcelona FC to Paris Saint Germain sent the world of soccer into a frenzy.  Since…

Men’s and Women’s Basketball start conference play 3-1

MATTHEW SCHERGERMATTHEW.SCHERGER.16@CNU.EDU With the beginning of the new year basketball begins conference play as well. Both the Men’s and Women’s team continue their strong performance through the first four games with three wins and one loss each.  The Women’s team opened the year hosting the York College Spartans.  The Captains were able to start their…

Career Horoscopes: Jan. 16-23

What’s in your future this week? JARON OVERTONJARON.OVERTON.18@CNU.EDU Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19)Those who aren’t communicating can be frustrating. The worst of them talk behind your back. Trust your instincts. Deliver awkward subjects. This period brings the danger of accidentally enraging others. Checking in with collaborators can be upsetting and make them feel micromanaged….

How to actually keep your New Years’ resolutions

Here’s how to realistically stay on top of your goals for 2019 ANNA DORLANNA.DORL.17@CNU.EDU 1. Find a friend and keep each other accountable. Maybe your goal for 2019 is to develop better study habits and your roommate’s is going to the gym more often. No matter how similar or different your goals are for the…

A heart for Habitat for Humanity

Sophomore Abigail Henderson received the Habitat on the Hill Emerging Leader national scholarship ANNA DORLANNA.DORL.17@CNU.EDU Abigail Henderson, a sophomore at CNU, recently received the Habitat on the Hill Emerging Leader national scholarship, provided by State Farm for Habitat for Humanity International. The scholarship includes the opportunity to attend Habitat on the Hill. “Habitat on the…

Phi Sigma Pi comes to campus

A new chapter joins the ranks of CNU’s honor fraternities ANNA DORLANNA.DORL.17@CNU.EDU “This fraternity is giving me the chance to build new relationships on campus and to find a whole new family of brotherhood,” said Dana Fulcher, a new member of CNU’s newest Greek organization, Phi Sigma Pi. Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity has…

Review: Netflix’s ‘Bandersnatch’

The premiere show features options for more than one ending — an effect with a multitude of advantages and disadvantages BY AMANDA SHORT At the end of 2018, Netflix premiered Bandersnatch, an extension of the popular British dystopian TV show Black Mirror, creating a new dynamic of media that allows the audience to make decisions…

Demons, art and poetry

The Falk Gallery’s newest exhibition, ‘When the Old Gods Walked the Earth,’ features the work of ArtCNU alum Bertie Piatt BY SABRINA RIVERA In a series of blurry windows that look into the shaky forest visions of Bertie Piatt, a CNU alum’s photography series, When the Old Gods Walked the Earth, hangs on the walls…

Living waters and vibrant watercolors

CNU alum Rachel Chung’s art draws from her study abroad experience, mission trip and more BY KRISTEN ZICCARELLI There are a lot of studio art graduates in Virginia, but not all of them have grown their talent into a successful business or regularly take commissions from local interest. Scroll through CNU graduate Rachel Chung’s Instagram…

Stop complaining about dining hall food

CNU offers varied options year-round, it’s time we appreciated it It is indeed that time of year. You walk into Regattas and pretty much head straight to the cereal line, dismissing whatever is on the menu for the day. If you don’t like buffalo chicken wraps or chicken tenders, Tuesday and Wednesday have you feeling…