07 Dec 2016

Outsmarting the Cafeteria by Alexzia Gomez

There it is yet again, the horrendous café line that seemingly never moves. Barely inching its way to the front, students just cannot seem to find a way out. Is patiently waiting worth it? Could there possibly be something THAT great at the end? Students spend precious time...
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07 Dec 2016

School Involvement, Does it exist here? by Brooke Becton

Is it disinterest or dislike? Notre Dame de Namur University is a college with 22 on campus clubs, six student leadership organizations, 11 sports teams, and yet one important element that is lacking is school involvement. Many events and sporting events are offered on campus,...
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07 Dec 2016

Supplements and Powders by Antoinette Watson

NCAA has a list of banned drugs for student athletes. Steroids are the first thing most people think of when they hear the term performance enhancing drugs, and although steroids are one of them, there are many more substances that fall under the term. Other substances can be...
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07 Dec 2016

Hispanic Serving by Mario Flores

What is a HSI? AN HSI is a Hispanic Serving Institution ,in which is a institution participating in a federal program designed to assist colleges or universities in the United States that attempt to assist first generation, majority low income Hispanic students. There are over...
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07 Dec 2016

Athletic Brand Change by Ethan Espiritu

Notre Dame de Namur’s athletics recently signed a contract with Under Armour to use Under Armour apparel and uniforms. Under Armour’s mission statement is to “make all athletes better through passion, design, and the relentless pursuit of innovation”(Under Armour). All teams...
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07 Dec 2016

Christmas Events at NDNU by Jessica Beltran

Kwanzaa will be hosted by Black Student Union on December 8th, in the NDNU quad. They are sharing their Christmas traditions with the students and staff of NDNU. Kwanzaa is normally a week-long celebration honoring Africa heritage in African-American culture. It originally starts...
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07 Dec 2016

The Working College Student by Jerileen Ho

Balancing a college education with employment is not always the easiest thing to do. However, many students may need to work in order to pay for their tuition or for spending money that their parents may not want to grant them anymore. NDNU offers a wide variety of part-time jobs...
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