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  • Stephen King’s Top 10 Scary Stories
    October 24, 2016
    By Nick Massaro | Staff Writer As the nation is speeding its way through October, everyone is starting to slowly take part in the Halloween festivities. Whether it’s putting a scarecrow and pumpkin outside your house, gorging on candy, or dressing up as a clown and terrorizing your local community,
  • 10 Horror Games Perfect for Halloween
    October 24, 2016
    By Marrissa Ballard | Co-Editor-in-Chief Halloween is finally approaching, which makes this the best time to select some scary entertainment to keep you company on these brisk October nights. If you’re a fan of horror films, you’ll love being in the action yourself in these games. With creepy monsters, unnerving narratives,
  • ’22, A Million’- Review
    October 24, 2016
    By Henry Nickerson | Staff Writer Just when the world needed a little masterpiece, Bon Iver came out of the woodwork after a four year hiatus to deliver “22, A Million”, the band’s third studio album.  “22, A Million” marks a change in sound for the band, as they venture into[Read
  • Check Out These Crazy Halloween Makeup Tutorials
    October 24, 2016
    By Claire Latsko | Associate Editor As Halloween starts to roll around the corner, many people who frequent YouTube excitedly await for seasonal makeup tutorials. These videos feature the cute, the creepy, and the downright disturbing. Most popular makeup artists on YouTube create a few Halloween related videos during the month
  • What’s Happening on Fall Weekend
    October 20, 2016
    By Stephanie Menders | Managing Editor The foliage has reappeared on campus and the temperature is beginning to cool. In celebration of our beautiful campus in this turn of season, Salve Regina University’s Office of Alumni/Parent Programs has announced the program for the 2016 Fall Weekend, taking place Friday, October
  • Salve Remembers the Life of Sister Leona Misto
    October 20, 2016
    By Caroline Connick | Staff Writer [View the story “Salve Remembers the Life of Sister Leona Misto” on
  • Mosaic Hosts Political Debate: The Election By The Issues
    October 20, 2016
    By Claire Latsko | Associate Editor This past Tuesday, the Mosaic Student Newspaper hosted an event titled The Election By The Issues, a debate led by a panel of Salve Regina students. The goal of the event was to discuss the issues of the upcoming presidential election through the lens of
  • BSU Organizes “Don’t Forget Flint” Demonstration
    October 14, 2016
    By Marrissa Ballard | Co-Editor-in-Chief On Wednesday, the Black Student Union held a demonstration in the Wakehurst lobby to raise awareness about the Flint Water Crisis. Flint, a city in Michigan, made national news last year when its water was shown to contain high amounts of lead. Because Flint’s population