The Christian battle with COVID-19

March 12, 2021 Steven Bonini 0

Usually, the “Our Father” prayer can be heard coming from the Heineman Ecumenical Center on Ash Wednesday as those receiving ashes mark the first day of Lent.  On this year’s Ash Wednesday, Kristelle Angelli, the […]

‘The Dig:’ I Totally Dig it

March 5, 2021 Patrick Brady 0

Despite having very little knowledge of the film beforehand, “The Dig” managed to exceed all of my wildest expectations. The film, directed by Simon Stone, is a biographical drama, which most notably stars Ralph Fiennes […]

COVID-19 just got served

March 4, 2021 Danielle Achin 0

Since the MASCAC presidents made the difficult decision to cancel the fall and spring semester athletic conference competition, FSU’s volleyball team looks forward to being back on the court next fall for another year of […]

Women’s Track won’t slow down

February 18, 2021 Caroline Gordon 0

Sophomores Mollie Pimentel and Emily Newcomb desperately hope for a track meet – preferably not a virtual one.  Pimentel, a thrower, picked up her first shot put in the seventh grade. Newcomb, a cross country […]

Women prevail in the military

November 20, 2020 Caroline Gordon 0

By Caroline Gordon, Editorial Staff Patty Birch, director of inclusive excellence initiatives, hosted the “Native American Heritage Month: Untold Stories Warriors for Freedom” on Nov. 17 via Zoom.  She introduced panelists Nicole Ogir and Leanna […]

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