Throwback Thursday

Old shows to binge over the break ~Emma Dixon, Executive Producer of CNUTV~ With finals coming up in just a few weeks and the holidays right around the corner, everyone will be in need of some shows to help keep them entertained. If you’re like me, you need a show to play in the background…

“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,…

Holistically healthy

Wellness Week keeps students mindful of personal health Seven weeks is just enough time for New Year’s Resolutions to become distant memories. As the drudgery of February brings cloudy skies and cold weather, it becomes harder to find motivation to do anything, let alone necessary self-care.  The Sexual Assault and Violence Education Committee (SAVE) is…

Calling all #GreenCaptains!

Writers of all backgrounds are needed for the Green Captain column This semester, the Green Captain column will turn one year old, and I couldn’t be more proud of the feedback I have gotten from my fellow Captains since its inception in January of 2019. Developing and writing for this column has been an incredible…

Camp Kesem chapter begins to bloom at CNU

The national organization to benefit children of cancer patients seeks support as an official campus organization Camp Kesem is a nonprofit organization that offers free summer camps to children and teens whose lives have been impacted by a parent’s cancer. The camp aims to create a support system for kids who have a parent who…

Go through time with poetry

Are you in search of a recommended collection of poetry books? Poetry is one of the most emotional forms of literature created to explore ourselves and the world we see around us. Some of the poetry out there is thought-provoking, wise and beautiful, and sometimes it is just awful. The poetry I’ve read has been,…

D.C. teams finally winning this year (mostly)

Washington D.C. sports teams are finally performing, here is what that means Washington’s professional sports teams are the shining examples of mediocrity in athletic competition. Yes, they make the playoffs on occasion, but they consistently do not live up to their expectations. More often than not, they strut their way into a playoff series only…

Easy vegetarian dining hall hacks

Simple ways to make your on-campus vegetarian entrees protein-packed “Don’t you miss meat?” “Would you like any meat on that?” “You don’t get enough protein.” “Is that the same thing as a vegan?” If you’re a vegetarian like me, you’ve heard these questions or statements more times than you want to hear and can count. …

Joe Biden for President?

With the democratic debates well underway, one student writer shares her thoughts on who she is endorsing this year On Thursday Sept. 12th, ten democratic candidates gathered in Houston, Texas for the third democratic debate. While there were opposing views on stage, there is common ground in that their goal is to defeat President Trump in…

#4 Women’s Soccer continue undefeated streak

Captains unleash an unstoppable flurry of goals, scoring 11 against Monarchs Inspired by Family Weekend, the Captains offense racked up 11 goals against visiting Methodist University. The goals came early and came often, with #17 Sydney Rife starting the scoring less than seven minutes into the contest, converting on a second chance opportunity off corner…