Leading Hatters: Empowering Chaudoin Residents

Written by Lana Kaczmarek

February 5, 2018

Filed under Campus

While juggling her student responsibilities, serving as Vice President of Renown, and working as a historian for the Caribbean Student Association, Monique “Mo” Hylton serves as a 2017-2018 Resident Assistant.Hylton ’20...

Letter from the Editor: We Did This For Your Own Good

Kait Forsythe, Editor-in-Chief

December 6, 2017

Filed under Campus, News Features

To answer your question: yes, it is a magazine now. Pardon me, though I feel the need to include that considering I still get the question “When’s the paper coming out?” Now maybe it’s bad marketing, maybe they ...

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jesse Fox on Empathy, Compassion, and Contemplation

Dr. Jesse Fox

December 3, 2017

Filed under Campus, Opinion

Under what conditions do healthy relationships exist between people? Looking at scores of studies from empirical psychology to the practical experience of professional people helpers and faith leaders, one condition tends to rise t...

How I Found My Home in an Academic Fraternity

Kitty Geoghan, Managing Editor; The Reporter

December 3, 2017

Filed under Campus, Opinion

My decision to rush was driven by a number of factors, but most of all, I was looking for a family, and I believed that joining a sorority was my ticket to finding that. Unfortunately, the stars weren’t in my favor: I was dr...

MegaHalloween, DeLand, USA: Trying on Identities

November 18, 2017

Filed under Arts and Culture, Campus

Paul Croce, Faculty ContributorHalloween was as big as ever on Minnesota Avenue, with about 2,000 creepy and cute outfits adorning people from far and wide and from many social backgrounds.  This year, students from my Modern US H...

Finals Survival Guide

How do we ensure that our final grades are up to our standards for ourselves? What in the world do we need to fully prepare for the challenge that lies before us?

November 16, 2017

Filed under Campus, Opinion

  Finals are drawing near, and I’m sure that we’re all feeling the pressure of the approaching conclusion to our fall semester. But, given this pressure, how can we expect to be well prepared for our exams? How do we ensu...

Curing Cancer One Tea Bag at a Time

November 15, 2017

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       Samantha Arbour, a molecular biology senior on the pre-med track, chose to focus in on cancer as her senior research topic under the supervision of Roslyn Crowder, PhD. Specifically, the focal point of her research is t...

Senior Spotlight: Interview with a Northern Ireland Terrorist

Who knew academic research could be so thrilling? Sarah Hollman sure did.

November 2, 2017

Filed under Campus, News Features

Upon receiving a university grant to perform her research this past summer in Northern Ireland, Sarah Hollman investigated numerous violent conflicts in the late 20th century by interviewing twenty-four individuals; three of ...

2017’s Homecoming Royalty Nominations

Don't know who was nominated for homecoming court? Check out the list below. It might be you.

October 31, 2017

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This year's homecoming nominations shed the usual king-queen gender binary to become Homecoming Royalty! Though the intentions behind the change were not yet disclosed by the Homecoming Committee, it can be regarded as a small ...