DAYNA ERICKSON | OPINION COLUMNIST Too often do I see America’s call out culture at work. With the prevalence of social media, it’s no wonder why I see individuals getting called out daily. It is extremely easy to type a passive aggressive comment or tweet that, in the process, targets an individual with beliefs different… Read More America’s Call Out Culture
ANNA GIBLIN | GUEST WRITER Join Colleges Against Cancer for their third annual Hope Dinner in the Hendrickson Dining Room, F.K. Bemis Conference Center on Saturday, March 7th from 5pm-9pm. Tickets pay be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hope-dinner-2020-tickets-89887954291. Tickets are $40 for all community, faculty and staff members, and they are $20 for all SNC students. The… Read More College’s Against Cancer’s Hope Dinner
MADELYN GLOSNY | NEWS SECTION EDITOR Many of us aren’t aware of the severity of slavery that is still present in our world today. Just because we may not see it, does not mean it doesn’t exist. It is important to raise awareness of this issue, because it is so detrimental to the enslaved persons’… Read More Rise Up Against Modern Slavery
ALANA BORMAN | NEWS CORRESPONDENT This past winter many students took time to bring light and joy to people on their service trips. Over 124 students, dispersed among 13 groups, participated in the TRIPS Program this year. Students spent their time assisting people in children’s hospitals, K-12 schools, homeless shelters and feeding centers, a community… Read More MAKING A DIFFERENCE
KAITLIN FOLEY | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Recently, Knight Theatre presented the musical “Tuck Everlasting,” which ran Jan. 29 through Feb. 2. Their first-rate performance was enjoyed by students, faculty, family and friends alike in the Webb Theatre in the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts on campus. The production was put on by St. Norbert College’s… Read More Knight Theater’s Tuck Everlasting
GRAEME GALLAGHER | CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF On Dec. 1, Rev. Andrew Ciferni was preparing to make the trip to St. Norbert College for a Board of Trustees meeting happening in a few short days. Following the board’s turnover that happened in the previous semester, Ciferni was unsure on how the meeting would be led. “We… Read More Father Ciferni Takes the Chair
JANELLE KNICK | NEWS CORRESPONDENT On Oct. 23, the Philosophy Club hosted its first debate. The topic: Does God Exist? Held as a traditional debate, the discussion itself began with twenty-minute opening statements from the Affirmative and Negative speakers, followed by a twelve minute rebuttal, and then an eight minute rebuttal, before ending with a… Read More Does God Exist?