Women’s lacrosse wins big on Senior Day

Women’s lacrosse defeats Frostburg State 21-8 in CAC action Last Saturday, the women’s lacrosse team took on Frostburg State in another conference matchup. The Captains were also celebrating the four seniors on the team and everything that they have contributed over the last four years.  The status of the game was questionable at first, due…

Just another crisis

This weekend, I found myself in a crisis.  Luckily, it was a Cold War Model United Nations crisis simulation, with no real implications for my future college life. But for the sake of hilarious debate and conflict-resolution, we acted as President Kennedy’s cabinet, making decisions to defeat the USSR and save the world from communist…

Summer Movies

A writer brings you some highly anticipated movies for this summer ‘Avengers: Endgame’ “Avengers: Endgame” is one of the most anticipated films of this decade- maybe of all time. Eleven years of the MCU and 21 films have all been building up to this epic creation. The amount of hype surrounding the movie is insane,…

Minimalism on stage

CNU Opera Workshop presented ‘Marriage, Mayhem & Magic’ Tuesday night in Peebles Theater With a packed schedule of performances and events all semester, the theater and music departments never cease to provide unique entertainment, even going into the last few weeks of the semester.  Tuesday night, the CNU Music Department presented “Marriage, Mayhem & Magic,”…

Love Horoscopes: April 17-24

“The full moon is your love deadline” Aries (March 21 – April 19) Make some intense expressions as it goes through your “come out with the truth” sign in the week. If somebody doesn’t value your immediate style, they’re most likely not your ideal match. Jealousy is around the corner. Stay away from insecurity and…

“The best Boing for your buck”

New burger place on J. Clyde Morris defies expectations of mediocrity Blink and you’ll miss it—a renovated drive-thru restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard that looks like any old Rally’s or Sonic knockoff. Situated between a Subway and Vinny’s Pasta and Pizza a few minutes straight down the road from CNU, it looks like any…

Profile: Latino Student Association

President Michelle Moore talks about her experiences leading a diversity organization at a Predominantly White Institution The Facebook page of CNU’s Latino Student Association, also known as LSA, reads, “Latino Based. Not Latino Exclusive. Everyone is welcomed!” LSA is a vibrant organization that truly embodies that statement in all they do at Christopher Newport. “We’ve…

A look into the LGBT Life Center

The recipient of Spectrum’s Drag Ball donations puts money toward LGBT cause The LGBT Life Center of Hampton Roads is somewhat of a hidden gem in the Hampton Roads area that is continuing to grow as it reaches more and more people in the local LGBT and HIV positive community. CNU’s heavily attended Drag Ball,…

President of local United Way spoke to PLP students

Steve Kast’s PLP speech inspired students to lead with kindness “No one has a greater impact on young people in the community than this man.” Introducing the fourth speaker in the leadership speaker series to members of the President’s Leadership Program, President Paul Trible set the stage for Steve Kast. Steve Kast, the current president…

Students walk Out of the Darkness

The CNU community marched across campus for suicide prevention On the Sunday morning of April 7, 280 registered CNU students and supporters from the community embarked on a walk around campus in support of mental health awareness at CNU’s first campus-specific Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. Participants marched across CNU grounds in solidarity…