CHRIS FRYMAN | EDITOR IN CHIEF At this point in life, change is inevitable. Every four years for the last decade or so, like clockwork, I’ve changed schools. There has continually been a huge transition mucking up my life, and it’s been as predictable as the Brewers missing the playoffs. As I get set to… Read More The Time Is Gone, the Song Is Over
CHRIS FRYMAN | CO EDITOR IN CHIEF On Wednesday, March 30, with only a 36-hour notice, Donald Trump made it known that De Pere would be a stop on his tour of Wisconsin, which he undertook in preparation for the state’s primary, which will be held on April 5. The late addition may be an… Read More Students, Staff Sit in Silence to Protest GOP Candidate
BY CHRIS FRYMAN With the end of the semester shining its bright rays of sunlight on the students of St. Norbert College, so comes the arduous process of filling out housing applications. As many students have probably noticed, with this new semester came a new registration process. While the policies and procedures have remained generally… Read More The New Housing Process: Hit or Miss?
BY CHRIS FRYMAN “You’re weird,” says each of my friends, ever, when I tell them that Finals Week is my favorite time of the semester. In reality, that quote may not be entirely accurate, but as the ever-eloquent Amy Mrotek, the supreme sage of all things wise and true, so kindly pointed out in her… Read More Finals Week: Five Days Fraught with Fear
BY CHRIS FRYMAN On Thursday, April 16, SNC in 3D presented the new documentary “The Hunting Ground,” which takes a critical look at universities’ lack of reporting of sexual assaults. SNC in 3D is a subsidiary of Prevention and Wellness Education and presented the documentary in collaboration with the Cassandra Voss Center, The film, which… Read More “The Hunting Ground”: A Closer Look at Sexual Violence and Campus Intervention
BY CHRIS FRYMAN As a college student, I often find myself wrapped inside the conundrum of knowing that people my age don’t get any respect and believing that we should. On the other side of that, I know that a giant handful of people my age deserve little respect from elders, or even peers and… Read More Don’t Call Me “Sir”
BY CHRIS FRYMAN For the fifth year in a row, the office of Multicultural Student Services will again host Asian-Pacific Islander Celebration Week to celebrate API heritage and shed light on some of the struggles and pressures experienced by people of Asian and Pacific Island descent. During the week of April 13-16, several events will… Read More Celebrating Asian-Pacific Islander Week