By: Hadassah Umbarger, Guest Writer
It’s hard to believe that there was a time when you could walk across campus
without spotting a cluster or two of seminarians in their red, white or blue
shirts. Chances are that you’ve had at least one class with a handful of
By: Andrew Hudson, Guest Writer
In today’s world of booty calls and Tinder, the art of the snuggle is one that
has been lost, that has been swallowed whole by the disgrace of the cuddle.
Snuggling is wholesome and straightforward: There’s no further intention to a
By: Alexis Stallard, Editor-in-Chief
Spooky season undeniably ends on Oct. 31, but I think about something far
scarier after the clock strikes midnight on Halloween. Newman students being
forced to attend school on Nov. 1 is the scariest thing of all.
No, I’m not advocating that Newman cancel classes
By: Reiley Bartel, Staff Writer
Halloween is the time to watch scary movies with friends, which is not something
I have always loved. But I do now, having decided that everyone needs a good
thriller now and then. I am not one who loves demonic horror films, but thrasher
By: Alexis Stallard, Editor-In-Chief
It’s that time of year again: The leaves are starting to turn, temperatures are
falling, and students are slowly slipping into worse mental states.
I can definitively say that I am among them: A girl can only put up with so much
before she snaps.