Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Natalie Kouba

Rathskeller to shut its doors for good

By Natalie Kouba Former Editor-in-Chief The beloved Rathskeller pub, better known as “The Rat,” will be closing its doors for good at the end of the semester after serving nearly...

Inside Campus Town apartments

Two more apartment buildings to be built in Campus Town.

Older students in the classroom

By Natalie Kouba Former Editor-in-Chief In the short span in two years, Valerie Tomaszewski, 45, found her life completely changed from a being a stay-at-home mother...

Mindfulness campaign eats away at student comfort and choices

We need to stop assuming everybody is on the same get-fit-quick, anti-Freshman 15, low-calorie diet; stop assuming unsolicited health advice is actually healthy; and stop assuming everyone is trying to cut down on fat and carbs and amp up the protein. Instead, learn what real mindfulness is, if it so suits you, and keep your eyes on your own plate.

Acappellooza raises money for music education

By Natalie Kouba and Jonathan Edmondson Editor-in-Chief and Arts & Entertainment Editor Beautiful blends of passionate vocals reverberated throughout Mayo Concert Hall on Saturday Oct. 18...

How the College is readying for a safe Homecoming

“Drinking is the primary concern, but we are optimistic that the advance buy-in from these groups, along with the new limits on the amount of alcohol allowed into the area, will be effective."

Tailgating together once again

In a campus-wide email sent out on Friday, Oct. 3, the College announced the return of a united Homecoming tailgate, rousing renewed excitement from the general student body and alumni alike, thanks to a proposal brought to the Homecoming Committee by Student Government President Matt Wells and Inter-Greek Council President Robbie Nunes.

Petition urges more dialogue

With new and controversial Homecoming changes taking place this semester, students and alumni alike have begun to voice their opposition to the Steering Committee’s...

More Homecoming changes to come this year

“Homecoming is an opportunity for our campus community to come together, to grow, to learn about history and traditions and to develop the spirit of the institution,” said John Castaldo, executive director of Alumni Affairs.

Helping a family in need – one cone at a time

By Natalie Kouba Editor-in-Chief  While the rest of the world has been raising awareness and donations for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis through the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge...

Timber — a dead tree goes down

By Natalie Kouba Editor-in-Chief A sudden quake in the sidewalk and startling boom of a large, hollow falling tree left several students quickly scurrying off the...

Inside the fences of Campus Town

On any given day, there are 90-120 workers on site of Campus Town — all there to complete the project in time for fall 2015.

Gas leak springs from Campus Town

A gas leak reported at the Campus Town construction site has caused the evacuation of several buildings.

‘Nors’ worthy of renovations

Built in the 1930s and identified as an undesirable place to live, Norsworthy Hall will finally begin to see improvements made this summer.

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