07 Dec 2016

Women’s Basketball by Antoinette Watson

The Notre Dame de Namur women’s basketball team opened up the season with an 88-67 loss to Sonoma State at the PacWest/CCAA Challenge hosted by the Argonauts.  The Argos started slow, falling behind in the first half before a great third quarter cut the deficit.  However,...
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07 Dec 2016

DIY Food in a Mug: Dorm Room Edition by Brooke Becton

The eating patterns of a college student stereotypically includes eating loads of ramen noodles, Easy Mac, and anything that can be made in a microwave. However, the internet is also full of do-it-yourself (DIY) food recipes that can be done right in your dorm room with little...
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07 Dec 2016

International Perspective on the Election by Meleena Leon

“We’re scared, actually. We don’t know what we want to do, if we’re going to stay here, you know?” Following the recent presidential election, international students from Notre Dame de Namur have commented on Donald Trump being elected the 45th President of the United States and...
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05 Dec 2016

Call to Action Day by Sarah Reyes

Fall 2016 Call to Action Day for NDNU took place on October 11. Call to Action Day is where students from NDNU not only get the day off from class, but also the chance to participate in community service opportunities. This allows NDNU to get engaged with their community. One of...
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05 Dec 2016

Dorm Life by Jemm Magaling

NDNU requires its first year students to live on campus. A first year dorm life is crucial because it determines if a student will return or not. I interviewed students asking their opinions on dorm life and changes they would like to see. I asked sophomore Nicole Fajardo what is...
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05 Dec 2016

What does Public Safety really do? by Sophia Apolinario

“People watch movies about cops and even look at the news, and think that that’s what cops do. But it’s not. If I had the power in the total education system, I think it would be mandatory for public safety to talk to students about what our job entails and how we could help each...
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05 Dec 2016

Stop the Cuts by Jamie Kingsley

Cloaked faculty parading through to hallways is a fairly uncommon occasion on the grounds of our beloved campus. Most students probably saw this going on while enjoying a Martín sandwich from the cafeteria but did not truly understand the message that the march was illustrating....
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