05 Dec 2016

Midterms and Sports by Jerileen Ho

Juggling practices, games, and school is always difficult for any athlete, but how well do coaches at NDNU respect the athlete’s they have a student? The athletes at NDNU have coaches that support their academic career, and wish for them to succeed in their studies. Even though...
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05 Dec 2016

Volunteer and Internship Fair at NDNU by Brooke Becton

Notre Dame de Namur’s Career Services Center provides career counseling, for-credit classes, information resources and tools, and on-campus events aimed at fostering the career development of students and alumni, according to their website. The center also hosts a bi-annual...
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05 Dec 2016

Halloween Haunt Maze by Jemm Magaling

On October 20, 2016 the Campus Programming Board held there annual Haunted Halloween Maze. This year marks the third year in a row that the Programming  Board has coordinated this event. “This year’s maze was great, it took a lot of preparation. The weather definitely messed some...
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05 Dec 2016

Dia de Los Muertos by Alexzia Gomez

Dia De Los Muertos or Day of the Dead is an annual Mexican holiday in which people take the time to pray for and remember loved ones who have passed. Here, at NDNU students have come together to bring a few of these traditions right to our very own campus. All Hallows Eve, All...
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05 Dec 2016

The Decline of Wrestling by Mario Flores

The past five years the original sport of the Olympics has been going through many major reforms and even talk about being voted out of the Summer Olympics . As far as Olympic wrestling goes the sport was saved from being removed from the list of athletics event in Rio and will...
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05 Dec 2016

Millenials Can Impact the Election by Jael Testa

Millennials can make a huge impact in the election this year and can swing the votes dramatically, if a large amount of college kids decide to vote. According to the Pew Research center, millennials continue to have the lowest voter turnout of any age group and during the last...
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05 Dec 2016

Do NDNU students pay attention to World News by Meleena Leon

The pervasiveness of social media and the ability to have endless amounts of information at the touch of your fingertips may make all types of news accessible, however, two current Notre Dame de Namur students and a Communications professor who has worked in media for decades,...
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