I don’t understand

My journey through suicide loss “Another one…?” I couldn’t help but hear it repeat in my head. “Really, another one?”  My body shook with chills, and my stomach knotted itself, just as it does now remembering the story.  I wondered if hearing these stories will always affect me this way and if they would always…

Comics Corner

College life makes for some hilarious and meme-able moments. Here is a relatable scene for an average CNU student.  ~Megan Moulton, Staff Illustator~

What is an opinion?

An editor’s response to some online backlash ~Michael Innacelli, Managing CNUTV Editor & Sports Editor~ Today we have the ability to say whatever we want, whenever we want. This can be both a good thing and a bad thing. Having opinions is something that is unavoidable, and posting them online is almost as equally unavoidable…

“We were on a BREAK!”

Spring break is a time for rest and relaxation, not studying and essay writing ~Mara Tharp, Production Manager & Copy Editor~ When I was younger, movies and television convinced me that college spring break involves a mob of twenty-somethings raving on a beach, leaving only large amounts of trash and people’s lost dignities on the…

An Open Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Good morning,  You may have noticed that there is not a new print edition of The Captain’s Log on the stands. Unfortunately, there will not be a print edition for this week.  Due to a delayed ruling on Tuesday, Feb. 20 of the CAC Men’s Indoor Track and Field Championship, the cover story of the print…

Dear Attendance Policy…

If CNU pushes involvement, why do our grades suffer if we miss a class or two? ~Michael Innacelli, CNUTV Managing Editor & Sports Editor~ Dear Attendance Policy, Let me paint you a picture. It’s freshman year, I am a bright eyed kid wanting to take my education to the next level while also getting a…

President justified in declaring emergency

 This isn’t about fufilling a campign promise, it’s about keeping our country safe  SHAWN FLEETWOODSHAWN.FLEETWOOD.18@CNU.EDU Well the government shutdown is finally over and all is calm again in Washington, right? Right? Wrong. On Jan. 25, President Trump signed a continuing resolution that reopened the government for three weeks till Feb. 15, to allow for a…

For God’s sake vaccinate your kids

This public health risk isn’t worth it ~Sydney Hernandez, Staff Writer~ There’s a huge debate over vaccines in today’s world.  With the rapidly growing number of people not vaccinating children, dubbed “anti-vaxxers,”and a spike in diseases easily preventable by vaccines, this conversation isn’t going away. One such disease, measles, has jumped from 120 reported cases…

Valentine’s Day: An overpriced let down

The holiday should be about love only ~Barrett Goode, Staff Writer~ February. Yes, it is that forgotten month of the year that seems to be only a week long. The trees don’t know whether or not to bloom yet because a rodent popping out of the ground says no and the weather is constantly shifting…

The importance of a ‘do-nothing day’

Don’t feel guilty for watching TV all day ~Michael Innacelli, CNUTV Managing Editor & Sports Editor~ It is a wild, wild life. One day you are super busy and then the next day you’re even busier. So what do you do to combat the stress of being busy? It’s simple: do nothing. What I mean…