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  • The RA Profiles: Alex DiMauro Edition
    February 1, 2016
    By Michelle Karparis | Staff Writer In case you needed another example of why Salve’s RAs are the best in the business, here’s second year RA, Alex DiMauro. If you’re not sure if you’ve seen him around, you have. You might know him as Captain Jack Sparrow, the guy with[Read
  • #OscarsSoWhite and the Hollywood Diversity Issue
    February 1, 2016
    The Hollywood community and spectators around the world have spoken out against the Academy and its award show nominations. Is there really a problem, and if so, is there a
  • As the Trigger Warning Debate Heats Up, Salve Remains Torn
    January 31, 2016
    By Stephanie Menders | Staff Writer A fluorescent green screen that reads, “Rated R, for sexual content and excessive violence,” appears preceding the start of a film, warning viewers that the content they are about to see might be upsetting or offensive. Audiences accept these warnings without a second thought. But
  • Salve Pays Tribute to Stephen Costello
    January 31, 2016
    By Marrissa Ballard | Managing Editor Salve student Stephen Costello passed away on Wednesday, January 20th after fighting an illness. The Salve community was notified via mass email. The email also asked for prayers for the Costello family and gave information about future services. The announcement came just days after students had
  • The Balancing Act: Are College Students Doing Too Much?
    January 31, 2016
    By Ellena Sweet | Campus News Editor   Every Saturday morning at 5:30 a.m., Lily Jones drags herself out of bed to get ready for her weekend job at a local café. A junior at Salve Regina University, Jones also holds a part-time work-study position with the office of University
  • Does Salve’s Protest Committee and Policy resource or restrict students?
    December 14, 2015
    By Marrissa Ballard | Managing Editor  It was on a cold but sunny day that a group of students assembled themselves in a parking lot as they prepared to circle Salve Regina’s campus. Some students dressed in a bra and shorts while others dressed in shirts and jeans. Patricia Socarras, a
  • The Effects of Procrastination
    December 14, 2015
    By Marrissa Ballard | Managing Editor Do the laundry that’s been sitting in your hamper for a week, re-organize and color-code your post-it notes, or maybe watch that new series that just came to Netflix. These are some of the things you could do to put off your work. Everyone is[Read