ERIKA DITZMAN | OPINION COLUMNIST Often characterized as a period of rejuvenation for committed students, summer vacation today offers little relief from the demanding education system we subject ourselves to. Instead of experiencing “fun in the sun,” the majority of us are forced to comply with the societal standards for monetary gain, working to afford… Read More Burnout: A Forgotten Affliction
JARED GARTZKE | OPNION COLUMNIST With the political divide becoming more and more apparent, political leaders reaching across the aisle to put progress above politics is growing increasingly rare. John McCain’s dedication to his morals was what separated him from not only those in today’s America torn apart by politics, but those in the America… Read More Remembering John McCain
EMILIE SMITH | OPINION COLUMNIST As students at SNC, we all have a particular understanding of what a “liberal arts education” entails. It’s drilled into us in each class when we look at a new syllabus and read the section connecting a specific course to the larger picture. It’s all about learning to communicate, to… Read More The Value of Liberal Arts
FRANK CUSHMAN | SPORTS CORRESPONDENT Jonathan Villar HIT THE BALL! Please, I know you can, I watched you hit .300 not a year and a half ago. You were so good. You got on base all the time. You lead the league in stolen bases! MAN YOU WERE FUN. Well now that that’s out of… Read More Brewers Baseball is Back!
Alex: Avengers: Infinity War Whenever a film is about to be released, several movie posters will be created in order to get people interested in seeing the film. For myself, I love the movie poster for “Avengers: Infinity War,” which is scheduled to be released April 27th, 2018. One of the things I like about… Read More Junk Drawer: Favorite Movie Poster
ALEX SCHADRIE | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Editor’s Note: Some spoilers ahead. Whenever people think about game night, they may usually picture a group of friends eating snacks and playing fun games, but what would happen if a mystery game became real? In “Game Night,” a group of friends play a role-playing mystery game, where someone is… Read More Film Review: Game Night
COURTESY OF MIKE COUNTER | OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS De Pere, Wis.: Dudley Birder, artistic director of the Dudley Birder Chorale at St. Norbert College, will officially retire as director of the chorale effective June 1. Birder founded the chorale at St. Norbert in 1974. “Dudley has been an iconic figure at St. Norbert College and… Read More Press Release: Dudley Birder to Retire from St. Norbert College