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  • Artist Profile: The View from Esther’s Easel
    November 21, 2016
    By Kitty Williams | Associate Editor Sara Bareilles’ singing echoes from a speaker in the corner of the drawing studio. The room is on the second floor of Antone Academic Center, undiscovered by the casual Antone-class-attending student. A wall that divides the room but doesn’t quite reach the ceiling serves as a
  • Thanksgiving Playlist
    November 21, 2016
    By Claire Latsko | Associate Editor When I go home for Thanksgiving break my favorite thing to do is sit by the fireplace in my basement with a cup of tea and watch a movie with my family. I wanted to make a playlist that reminds me of those warm[Read
  • How to: A Vegetarian Thanksgiving
    November 20, 2016
    By Marrissa Ballard | Co-Editor-in-Chief For vegetarians, the holiday season can present a unique challenge. If you think of the major holidays and the foods that we associate with them, the central piece is usually some sort of meat. As we get closer to Thanksgiving, vegans and vegetarians alike will probably have
  • 5 SNL Sketches to Prepare you for Thanksgiving Break
    November 15, 2016
    By Stephanie Menders | Managing Editor View the story “5 SNL Sketches to Prepare you for Thanksgiving Break” on
  • Pope Francis Calls Catholics to Care for the Earth
    November 14, 2016
    By Hannah Lussier | Associate Editor Pope Francis, one of the most socially progressive figures to ever lead the Catholic Church, has recently strengthened his already strong reputation as a champion for environmental causes by amending both the spiritual and the corporal works of mercy to include an environmental focus.
  • Students to Host Sexual Assault, Consent Panel
    November 14, 2016
    By Stephanie Menders | Managing Editor A group of students will be hosting a panel discussion on consent and sexual assault on Wednesday, November 16 at 7 P.M. in McKillop Library. The panel will feature three guest speakers: Morgan Rayner, Area Coordinator at Salve Regina University who is trained in Title
  • 6 Must-Watch Netflix Originals
    November 14, 2016
    By Kitty Williams | Associate Editor While Netflix may not always have the best movies or television at the ready, it certainly makes up for it with the original movies and series it provides. The popular streaming service introduced its first Netflix Original in 2013 and now they have an[Read
  • Review: T.V.’s Revival of Iconic Court Cases and Investigations
    November 14, 2016
    By Lily Margaret Jones | Co-Editor-in-Chief Because original ideas are few and far between these days, both film and television have taken to remaking and recreating stories of the past. While we are used to watching as conglomerates like Disney and Time Warner recycle fictional princess and superhero content on a