I wish I still had a roommate

By Trey Maloy, Guest Writer Everyone dreams of living alone as a freshman in college. For the lucky few, that dream actually becomes a reality. I was one of those few. But living alone without a roommate is not everything it seems to be. The assumption made by many is

Residence halls get computers and new printers

By Hope Eckley, Staff Writer Newman Residence Life, with some additional funding help from the Student Government Association, approved a plan last semester to enhance residence halls by providing printers in the halls for all students. The printers were installed two weeks ago, and residents have said they are already

NU president's executive cabinet expands

By Courtney Klaus, Editor-In-Chief After the departure of four administrators over the past year, this semester, the president’s cabinet has expanded to include a number of new faces - including some in positions not previously incorporated in the cabinet. The new cabinet is made up of Interim President Teresa

The quest for the best V-Day chocolate

By Jack Shafer, Staff Writer Fellow students, Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and you are poor. Forgot to get a gift for your significant other because you are a full-time student in extra-curricular activities who has enough money in your bank account to have a fun Saturday night and enough