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Will a Coffee Habit Help or Hurt Students?

By Stephanie Menders | Staff Writer A new addiction is brewing on college campuses all over America, and it comes in sizes tall, grande, and venti. In the past decade, coffee has quickly become a staple among college students, second only to the laptop. According to reports from the NPD […]

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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 […]

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 What’s up next for Mosaic

What’s up next for Mosaic

Summer vacation – for college students, it’s a cherished commodity, as the impending “real world” looms closer (what do you mean jobs don’t run on a semester schedule?!). However, Mosaic is in the midst of some big and very exciting changes, and our summer vacation going to be (a little […]

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Salve 101: Top Spots for First Year Students

As a first year student, things on a new campus can seem foreign and intimidating, but we’re here to help you! Some of the most important campus spots are the hardest to find. Here’s a breakdown of our favorites and what you need to know about them. STUDY ABROAD OFFICE […]

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Restaurant Review: The Revolving Door

By Ciara Speller | Broadcasting Editor   At the corner of mouthwatering and succulent lies The Revolving Door Restaurant. This fine establishment located 509 Thames Street, just minutes from campus has a unique story to go along with its unique name. As my dinning partners and I were seated at […]

Instant Streaming Over Instant Studying?

Instant Streaming Over Instant Studying?

By Katie Persechino | Staff Writer Instant streaming over instant studying? It’s safe to say that if Netflix watching were a major, almost half of college kids would be experts and graduating early. Recently, The New York Times published an article that focused on Netflix and its growing success, with […]

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Art Review: Julia Margaret Cameron at The Met

By Lauren Kane | Co-Editor-in-Chief – The Metropolitan Museum of art was teeming with people, New Yorkers coming by for their weekly grazing on the greats, or scholars hunkering down to spend all day ensconced in Roman sculpture, tourists filing towards Van Gogh’s self-portrait. The Metropolitan Museum is a universe […]