VOLUME 50

After 384 stories, 368 pages of original content, 87 original videos, The Captain’s Log looks back on their 2018-2019 year Starting with a hurricane, volume 50 has only continued its coverage of large scale events both on and off campus.  The Captain’s Log was there during Hurricane Florence, the Women’s March, and Ralph Northam’s scandal….

The limelight is on Dr. White

CNU’s Dr. Jon White awarded a high honor from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia  Dr. Jon White from the American Studies department was awarded the 2019 Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) earlier this semester. He is one of only 13 faculty members from more…

No. 2 Christopher Newport Baseball Crushes St. Mary’s (Md.)

CNU baseball defeats St. Mary’s College of Maryland in a three game set in CAC action Number two in the nation CNU baseball keeps rolling along to big victories this year.  After breaking records last weekend they are back at it again taking down St. Mary’s College of Maryland 18-1, 19-2 and 13-0 on the…

New Captain’s Park doubleheader scoring record

CNU Baseball posts a new Captain’s Park record of 54 total runs in one doubleheader series against Frostburg State With CNU starting CAC conference play this past weekend, the Captains managed to post 50 runs during a 3-0 sweep of Frostburg State University. This came off the back of a record breaking doubleheader on March…

Who wants to be a millionaire? Fogarty.

CNU’s Dr. Fogarty competes on famous gameshow “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” Dr. Neville Fogarty went from math to “Millionaire” this past week when he was featured on the trivia show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.” A math professor at CNU, Fogarty is also known to some as a trivia and crossword master…

A series of unfortunate events

Why CNU third-years should be allowed to live off- campus When you poll CNU students about what the worst things about attending CNU are, in some form or another, they usually mention registration, parking and housing.  While registration is built on a “first come, first serve” basis and the university is attempting to create more…

Farmers Market to start season Thursday with 23 vendors

Pie themed market in honor of March 14 will feature old favorites and a host of new sellers Every Spring semester since 2011, warmer weather has signaled yet another outdoor event: the CNU Farmers Market. Located on the York Strip Thursday afternoons, vendors gather to sell their goods and students perform for a crowd of…