Bertola makes strides

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor A hat trick in soccer is three goals all within one match. Imaginably difficult to achieve, one DeSales women’s soccer player managed to conquer the task. Senior Angelica Bertola netted not one, but two consecutive hat tricks in the first two games of her final season in a Bulldogs uniform. The first came in a 7-0 shutout over Lancaster … [Read more...]

Bojack Horseman season four: Hilariously depressing

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief On Sept. 8, Bojack Horseman returned to Netflix; meaning more animal puns, dark humor and existential nihilism. This is the fourth season of the animated series about a famous horse actor trying to find happiness and satisfaction in Hollywoo. Bojack Horseman is about a horse named Bojack (Will Arnett) who was once a famous sit-com … [Read more...]

National Suicide Prevention Month calls attention to mental illness

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor September is an important month for mental illness. As a whole, it is National Suicide Prevention Month, Sept. 10 was World Suicide Prevention Day and from Sept. 10-16, the United States recognized National Suicide Prevention Week. This year’s theme is “Take a minute, save a life.” During this month, the plan is to create a … [Read more...]

Social media increases confidence

By Lindsay Wigo Editorials Editor Unlock any young adult’s phone and you are bound to see Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or Snapchat. Have you noticed any 20-year-old that doesn’t whip their phone out as soon as school is over? It’s becoming second nature to have social media always at our fingertips. We are living in such a technology-dependent time period that we can … [Read more...]

Women’s lacrosse team steps up to help hurricane victims through Clothing drive

By Steve Manzo Staff Writer Throughout the month of September, coach Rachel Smith and the DeSales women’s lacrosse team are running a clothing drive on campus to help those affected by the latest string of devastating hurricanes including Harvey, Irma and Jose. For the past few weeks, students and faculty alike have brought their clothes over to Smith’s office in … [Read more...]