A peek into Paris Fashion Week

Learn about all the latest styles from top brands and designers such as Dior, Louis Vuitton and Abloh at this year’s Paris Fashion Week ~Bryce Hairston, Staff Writer~ Continuing the long-standing tradition of showcasing haute couture collections from some of the biggest fashion houses, Paris week recently just ended. With so many shows happening simultaneously,…

Juicing Life Bar shakes up City Center

The Newport News health food scene has a new main squeeze ~Anna Dorl, Lifestyle Editor~ If you’re looking for somewhere to go for a post-workout treat, a place to meet with friends for a quick and healthy breakfast or if you need something quick on the way to your office in City Center, Juicing Life…

Serving across borders, between breaks

PLP students traveled over winter break to help kids in need in the Dominican Republic ~Spencer Evans, Staff Writer~ Over the past winter break, while some of us were celebrating the holidays, a group of 17 CNU students of the President’s Leadership Program traveled to the Dominican Republic to engage in community service through Outreach…

Sorabol soars above expectations

The hole-in-the-wall Korean restaurant provides excellent introduction to traditional food Tucked away in a strip mall, you will find an explosion of flavor that transports anyone that opens the door. Sorabol, a traditional Korean restaurant, has been a staple in the Newport News community for some time. Located next to the International Market on Denbigh,…

“One in Christ through unity in sisterhood”

Sisters of Sigma Alpha Omega spread God’s love at CNU Sigma Alpha Omega strives to spread God’s light at Christopher Newport. As CNU’s only religious sorority, it is truly set apart from others on campus. Sigma Alpha Omega is a Christian sorority originally established in 1998. CNU’s chapter, Alpha Delta, came into being about ten…

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…

RHA treats kids to Halloween fun on campus

CNU residence halls opened up decorated doors to trick-or-treaters Hundreds of children and parents from the local community gathered on campus for Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) annual Trick or Treat event. The event hosted in first-year residence halls gives the Newport News community a safe space to trick or treat every year. Walking through decorated…