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Miley Cafeteria : A Renovation or Debacle

By: Georgi DeMartino | Opinion Editor The opinions below are mine and do not reflect those of SRU Mosaic Newspaper as an organization.  Salve Regina’s Miley Cafeteria had a glamorous makeover in the summer of 2013. A new lounge was added to the garden level, with hip looking, exposed ceilings. […]

Arts and Entertainment A Look At The Pretty Reckless

A Look At The Pretty Reckless

By: Kaitlyn Drexel | Managing Editor You may remember her as Cindy Lou-Who from Jim Carrey’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas, or as socialite-wannabe Jenny Humphrey in The CW’s TV Series Gossip Girl. Well, to the say the least, Taylor Momsen (Cindy/Jenny) has now left that spotlight and entered the […]

Fashion and Lifestyle Q&A with Danielle Mosher, Assistant Buyer at Ralph Lauren

Q&A with Danielle Mosher, Assistant Buyer at Ralph Lauren

By Mia Lupo | Fashion and Lifestyles Co-Editor Ever wondered what it’s like to land a job with one of the biggest names in fashion? Danielle Mosher knows a thing or two about how to get there. Originally from Norwood, M.A., Mosher currently lives in Hoboken, N.J. and works at Ralph […]

Op-Ed

Miley Cafeteria : A Renovation or Debacle

By: Georgi DeMartino | Opinion Editor The opinions below are mine and do not reflect those of SRU Mosaic Newspaper as an organization.  Salve Regina’s Miley Cafeteria had a glamorous makeover in the summer of 2013. A new lounge was added to the garden level, with hip looking, exposed ceilings. […]

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SlutWalk Comes to Salve
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SlutWalk Comes to Salve

By Kate Drexel | Managing Editor Salve students gathered together Thursday, April 10 to join in protesting against rape culture, known as the SlutWalk. This is the event’s first year on campus as part of a Capstone class. The students who participated dressed provocatively and wrote messages on their bodies […]

Campus / Op-Ed

Miley Cafeteria : A Renovation or Debacle

By: Georgi DeMartino | Opinion Editor The opinions below are mine and do not reflect those of SRU Mosaic Newspaper as an organization.  Salve Regina’s Miley Cafeteria had a glamorous makeover in the summer of 2013. A new lounge was added to the garden level, with hip looking, exposed ceilings. […]

Photo Credit, Erica McLaughlin
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A March to Remember

By: Erica McLaughlin | Staff Member The walls of first floor O’Hare were buzzing with culture this weekend because of a special, annual event that is put on by Salve’s own very talented early childhood education majors: March into Reading. Since October, juniors in the major have been working hard […]

Uncategorized

The Age of the Smart Phone

Laura Montesanti | Staff Writer It looks like another form of technology is just about to byte the dust…. According to a Pew Research Center report, more and more Americans are leaving their basic cell phones behind for their high tech counterparts. The attached Gallup poll asked the public about […]

Salve Students Raise $7,000 for Hasbro Children’s Hospital
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Salve Students Raise $7,000 for Hasbro Children’s Hospital

By Lindsay LaChapelle | Campus News Editor This weekend 50 Salve students spent their Friday night dancing in Ochre Court to raise $7,000 for Hasbro Children’s Hospital. For the second year, Salve hosted a dance marathon in partnership with the Children’s Miracle Network in which students pledged to stay on […]

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Can Salve Fully “Go Green?”

By Sofjola Bego | Staff Writer Environmental friendliness is no longer a new concept to colleges, especially Salve Regina. For a while now, our school has successfully promoted and developed recycling in dorms, less usage of water bottles, and more bike utilization. However, how much effort does it really take […]

A Look At The Pretty Reckless
Arts and Entertainment

A Look At The Pretty Reckless

By: Kaitlyn Drexel | Managing Editor You may remember her as Cindy Lou-Who from Jim Carrey’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas, or as socialite-wannabe Jenny Humphrey in The CW’s TV Series Gossip Girl. Well, to the say the least, Taylor Momsen (Cindy/Jenny) has now left that spotlight and entered the […]

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Op-Ed: Paranormal or Normal?

By: Georgi DeMartino | Opinion Editor You probably tried to play with a Ouija board when you were a child, or maybe you played “Bloody Mary” in the elementary school bathroom, but paranormal activities have been a part of our culture for centuries. Everyone’s seen at least one episode of […]

Arts and Entertainment

Nothing Short of ‘Fantastick’!

Kristen Wilinkiewicz | Arts and Entertainment Editor The Salve Regina University’s department of Theater and Dance is at it again. This time, they’ve back with the world’s longest-running musical, The Fantasticks, directed by Reggie Phoenix. The play is about two neighboring families that trick their children into falling in love […]

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But First, Let Me Take A Selfie

By: Cassidy Rota | Staff Writer Whether they are seen as promoting self-confidence or serving as a reflection of self-absorption, a “selfie,” is much more than a silly slang word. Recently, the anchors of The Today Show on NBC have been promoting a more positive outlook on body image, focusing […]

The 9th Annual French Festival Festival
Activities

The 9th Annual French Festival Festival

By: Quisan Taylor-Lawhon | Photography Editor An inside look at this year’s SRU French Film Festival As the season turns to Spring Salve’s campus opening its doors to the Francophone lovers in Newport. Sunday March 23, 2014 French Film Festival was launched with an opening reception in McAuley. Sounds of […]

Q&A with Danielle Mosher, Assistant Buyer at Ralph Lauren
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Q&A with Danielle Mosher, Assistant Buyer at Ralph Lauren

By Mia Lupo | Fashion and Lifestyles Co-Editor Ever wondered what it’s like to land a job with one of the biggest names in fashion? Danielle Mosher knows a thing or two about how to get there. Originally from Norwood, M.A., Mosher currently lives in Hoboken, N.J. and works at Ralph […]

Multimedia

Save the Bay Aquarium

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Fashion and Lifestyle

Q&A with Ben Aalvik, Spanchor Co-Founder and Entrepreneur

By Mia Lupo | Fashion and Lifestyles Co-Editor Meet the master of multi-tasking, Ben Aalvik. Originally from Bellevue, W.A., Aalvik has lived most of his life in Rhode Island, including his college career at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I. Aalvik graduated with the Class of 2011 and earned his […]

International

Welcome to the ‘Soshie Olympics

By: Scott M. Reid | The Orange County Register (MCT) ADLER, Russia – He began playing hockey in Seattle, but it was in small Minnesota town with enough Olympic history to justify its claim as “Hockeytown USA” that T.J. Oshie became a dreamer. Warroad, population 1,781 and anchored to the Lake […]

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Pell Center Hosts Prison System Discussion

By: Laura Montesanti ; Staff Writer Salve Regina’s Pell Center for International Relations hosted a luncheon on Tuesday in order to raise awareness on issues pertaining to the American Prison System. As part of their “Round Table” discussion series, both Students and Faculty alike were encouraged to give their own […]

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Op-Ed

Shirley vs. Boo Boo

By Georgi DeMartino | Opinion Editorial Editor- Being a child with two working parents meant I spent a lot of time at my Grandma’s house. We would cook, clean, and play cards. We had a lot of fun and my grandmother taught me so many things that I still carry […]