CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the Wisconsin State Assembly voted to pass a bill that would eliminate any age restrictions on hunting in the state. Under the current hunting mentorship program, state residents as young as 10 years old can participate in hunting season. Currently, residents must be 12 years old… Read More WI to Eliminate Hunting Age?
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST Communio; it’s a phrase we often hear around the SNC campus. One of the core values of the Norbertines, Communio is the ideal of a community united as one. Part of being a community is reaching out, helping others and being committed to serving the community surrounding St. Norbert. This… Read More Living Out Communio
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST St. Norbert College’s Health and Wellness department hosted their first annual Wellness Expo on Tuesday, Oct. 3 in the Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center. The event focused on informing students about the eight dimensions of wellness and which resources on campus apply to each of the eight dimensions. The… Read More First Annual Wellness Expo
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST The Donald J. Schneider Memorial 5K celebrated its sixth annual run this year on SNC Day, Saturday, Sept. 16. “It’s a great way to kick off the day,” says Dr. Anna Herrman, a communications professor as well as co-director of the annual 5K along with Dr. Jim Neulip. Herrman has… Read More Schneider 5K Fosters Communio
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST The 89th Academy Awards left audiences thunderstruck when the final award of the night, Best Picture, was awarded to the wrong movie. In what Jimmy Kimmel, the host of the night, described as “the weirdest TV finale since ‘Lost’,” the award for Best Picture was mistakenly given to “La La… Read More And the Oscar Goes To…?
CAITLIN MCCAULEY| FEATURES COLUMNIST Now’s about the time of year when those New Year’s Resolutions we made to work out and eat healthy start to get thrown out the window. But don’t stop now—Spring Break is within sight, just a few weeks away! This semester on campus there are more ways than ever to stay… Read More Being Heart Healthy on Campus
CAITLIN MCCAULEY | FEATURES COLUMNIST Valentine’s Day has been known to sometimes resurrect quite broken and bloodied hearts. The holiday has the bloody history to prove it, beginning with the holiday’s very namesake, St. Valentine. He was a Roman Catholic priest whose hallmark (and the reason he is associated with love) was marrying couples in… Read More Love is a Battlefield