News & Features

5 tips for healthy winter skin

By Jeana Teddick Staff Writer The old saying “you are what you eat” could not be more accurate. Beautiful, boast-worthy skin comes from nourishment within. According to dermatologists, micronutrients are essential for a healthy, rapid growth of skin cells. Here’s a simple list for you, … Read More

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Arts & Entertainment

“Split” is problematic, but worth it

By CJ Bamert Staff Writer The tale of M. Knight Shyamalan is a sad one. After making exciting films with twists like “The Sixth Sense” and “Unbreakable,” he gained a lot of clout and was called “The Next Steven Spielberg,” on an infamous cover of Newsweek. That didn’t last long, as he made … Read More

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McCollian, Richter, Laird reach milestones

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer Although the winter sports season is far from over, the DeSales men’s and women’s basketball programs have broken records and reached milestones. Senior Morgan McCollian has surpassed 1,000 career points, head coach Fred Richter won his 500th game and senior Brian … Read More

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From the Editor’s Desk…

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief At this point in the semester, you’re either one of three things: about to be sick, sick or just got over it. Unfortunately, I currently fall under the “sick” category. When I’m sick I do two things. First, I Google my symptoms and find out from WebMD that … Read More

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