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  • Saving the Bay & Saving the Day: An Interview with Gabbie Kuba
    October 10, 2017
     By Caroline Kelley | Contributing Writer “It’s not going to take a lot to make yourself known to someone else and do something good and turn their life around. That’s what a lot of people don’t understand,” says Gabbie Kuba, senior biology major and environmental activist. From the moment she stepped
  • Apple Of My Eye
    October 10, 2017
    By Caroline Connick | Associate Editor Fall is finally here, which means lots of fun activities all over Newport County for friends to get together and take in the beauty of the season. Apple picking is just one of these must-do items for everyone’s fall bucket-list, and Young Family Farm[Read
  • DACA and the Salve Community
    October 10, 2017
    by Madison Schettler | Staff Writer In June of 2012, the Obama Administration’s DACA policy was established. In September of 2017, the Trump Administration rescinded it. DACA, which stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is a temporary suspension of deportation and authorization to work in the United States for
  • Celtics at Salve
    October 10, 2017
    By Claire Latsko, Kitty Williams, and Henry Nickerson | Co-Editors-In-Chief, Associate Editor As the Newport fog rolled into campus on September 26th, so did the Boston Celtics’ team buses. Salve students crowded around Rodgers Recreation Center with hopes of getting a glimpse of their favorite players and taking a selfie
  • Dave Fairchild Profile: Taking Control
    October 10, 2017
    By Claire Latsko and Kitty Williams | Co-Editors-in-Chief After climbing what seemed like an endless number of stairs up a twisting and narrow turret of an old white colonial house in Newport, we are finally greeted by Dave Fairchild at the door to his apartment. He welcomes us in with smiles,[Read
  • Bringing Light To Title IX Concerns
    October 10, 2017
    By Kerry Hayes | Staff Writer Title IX was written to make sure that there was equality across genders in all academic settings and academic opportunities. During her visit to George Mason University, Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said that there are not enough protections for those accused of sexual misconduct
  • Mosaic’s Autumn Playlist
    September 26, 2017
    By Henry Nickerson | Public Relations Coordinator The leaves are beginning to change, Starbucks is pushing pumpkin-spiced everything, and red flannel isn’t solely for Green Day concerts anymore. That’s right, it is Fall. Enjoy The Mosaic’s definitive playlist for easy Autumn listening. 1. “Bike Dream” – Rostam The ex-Vampire Weekend
  • #ToppaTurnUp: Salve Athletics Brings New Life to Toppa Field
    September 26, 2017
    By Hannah Lussier | Managing Editor Just a five minute walk from Rodgers Recreation Center, the newly renovated Toppa Field is giving Salve students a reason to show their Seahawk spirit as they return to campus this fall. After months of negotiation and planning between administrators at Salve and Rogers High School, the