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  • The Wait is Over: PyeongChang 2018 Has Begun
    February 20, 2018
    Sarah Dewolfe| Staff Writer It’s been a long four years for fans of the Winter Olympics, but that doesn’t compare to the wait for almost 3,000 Olympic athletes from 92 countries around the world competing in this year’s games. For some, the road to PyeongChang began when they first learned
  • Op-Ed: More Greta Gerwig, Please
    February 20, 2018
    By Kitty Williams | Co-Editor-in-Chief On January 7th, stars were gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 75th Golden Globes. Natalie Portman and Ron Howard presented the nominees for Best Director. Certainly breaking from the teleprompter in front of her, Portman leaned into the microphone and said, “Here are
  • Op-ed: How Mass Murder Informs Entertainment
    February 20, 2018
    By Henry Nickerson | Associate Editor In a recent Facebook post, my former high school teacher, Mr. Gregory Buckman, shared a story of him informing his students about the recent Parkland, Florida school shooting which left 17 dead. In response to the news, one student noted, “It’s just a shooting.
  • A Super Bowl Like No Other
    February 20, 2018
    Sarah DeWolfe | Staff Writer Super Bowl LII was just as historic as Super Bowl LI, but why was there so much more to the game this time around? There are so many questions and not enough answers. But I do know that when the Eagles squared up against the[Read
  • Op-Ed: Sex for the Seoul?
    February 20, 2018
    By Hannah Lussier | Managing Editor You thought that the material to celebrate at this Olympics would be gold? It turns out that it’s actually latex. Since the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, the world has consistently acknowledged one thing: Olympic athletes have sex. At that event, as[Read
  • Op-Ed: Let the Games Begin
    February 20, 2018
    By Kerry Hayes | Staff Writer If I have learned anything in all my years of watching the Winter Olympics it is that: 1) every single country in the world, has incredibly hot athletes, and 2) I am more than qualified to judge them on their performance that they have[Read
  • Upcoming Event: Annual SalveTHON
    February 19, 2018
    By Claire Latsko | Co-Editor-in-Chief This coming Saturday, February 23, 2018, around 100 Salve Regina University students will be on their feet in Ochre Court for 14 hours straight in an effort to fundraise for children affected by illness. SalveTHON, an on-campus organization, hosts a yearly event that gives Salve students
  • Super Bowl LII Commercials
    February 13, 2018
    By Kerry Hayes | Staff Writer The Super Bowl may have been last week, but everyone seems to still be talking about the best part of the night: the commercials. While it was an exciting game, and Justin Timberlake gave an amazing performance (despite the lack of an NYSNC* reunion), the[Read