LOGAN STEFL | NEWS CORRESPONDENT Oct. 27 may go down as the most fun night of the year to some SNC students thanks to the second annual Heritage Ball, capping off a memorable week of homecoming. The ball opened its doors at 7:30 p.m. and ran from 8 p.m. until midnight at the Mulva Family… Read More Second Annual Heritage Ball A Success
SAMANTHA DYSON | NEWS EDITOR The first two weekends of Nov. may not have produced any winter weather outside, but behind the door of SNC’s Webb Theatre, snow had fallen all over the stage. St. Norbert’s Theatre Studies program finished its six-show run of “Almost, Maine” on Nov. 10, a play made up of nine… Read More Theatre Studies Strikes “Almost, Maine”
JARED GARTZKE | OPINION COLUMNIST In discussing political topics, I find it enjoyable when I get to discuss the speed that different political parties change. What I mean by “change” when discussing political parties is the different views that political parties put into their platforms, and how those opinions develop between elections. A lot of… Read More How Fast do Political Parties Change?
EMILIE SMITH | OPINION COLUMNIST Political ads. They’re annoying, they seem ridiculously trivial and have evolved into a way where they cease to be about promoting and revolve around pulling each other down. As ads flash across television, I sometimes find it hard to figure out who the ad is intended to promote and instead… Read More A Whole New Level
EMILIE BUELLESBACH | OPNION COLUMNIST Going through the photo gallery on my phone, I noticed that I have over 4,000 pictures. Why do I have an obnoxious amount and why don’t I just delete some? I can’t really find a logical reason for this besides that it is easy to capture and keep these photos.… Read More More Pictures, Less Meaning
CATE O’BRIEN | OPINION EDITOR The results of Tuesday’s election thrilled me. To me, it seemed that it had gone as well as it could have. Obviously, the results weren’t perfect. There are still some seats that are filled by people whose political beliefs I personally find abhorent. But such is the nature of democracy. … Read More CHANGE THIS
ELIOT RATZMAN | VISITING PROFESSOR Last week SNC’s administration swiftly put out a statement about the horrific shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue. President Bruess declared: “We stand firm against any dogma that discriminates on the basis of creed, race, ethnicity or culture. We also painfully and mindfully recognize that the history of Christian… Read More Op-Ed: The Tree of Life and the Roots of Antisemitism