02 Mar 2017

College Crimes by Lupe Gutierrez

College crimes across the United States are affecting student’s lives. From rape to drug and alcohol abuse, these types of crimes are occurring from big campus to small campus like Notre Dame De Namur University. Rape incidents have been occurring primarily in fraternities at...
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02 Mar 2017

Zeuxis: Flowers as a Metaphor, a Show at the Wiegand Gallery by Noah Sanchez

There is currently an art exhibit up in the Wiegand Gallery until February 25, 2017. The exhibit is titled Zeuxis: Flowers as a Metaphor. This was a group show that included about twenty-eight different artists from all over the country. Zeuxis is the name of this group of...
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22 Feb 2017

Removal of the Theater Arts department at NDNU by Abriana Arzaga

Due to low enrollment and little funding for the Theater Arts Department, President Judith Maxwell Greig, eliminated the department for Fall 2017. Maxwell Greig, sent a seemingly email January 29, 2016 to the faculty, entitled “Results of Spring Program Prioritization Process;...
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14 Feb 2017

NCAA schools united around one goal by Charlie Esquivel

Academics and community service as the pathway to opportunity. The NCAA provides college athletes with a pathway to opportunity. Although only 2% of college student athletes that play in NCAA sports make it into a professional sports league it serves as beneficial for the...
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14 Feb 2017

Cold Days at NDNU by Noah Sanchez

The weather in Belmont for the past couple weeks has been no higher than sixty degrees. During this time of cold weather, even the trees on campus became involved. Just last week, on January 12, 2017, a tree behind New Hall fell over. “The tree that fell down was right behind my...
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13 Feb 2017

Legalization of Marijuana In The State of California by Micah Tateishi

CA, USA-  As of November 9th, 2016, in the state of California the majority of voters approved Proposition 64, making California the most populous state in the nation to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Proposition 64 allows Californians who are 21 and older to...
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13 Feb 2017

College Students Facing Homelessness by Renae Roque

College students face homelessness because of factors such as high housing costs, tuition, and other bills. As a NDNU or private school student tuition roughly costs $30,000 dollars per year, according to College Board (collegedata). Although there are financial aid options, most...
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