Why you should go on a mission trip (to North Dakota)

By Maria Foreman Staff Writer Small towns, Knoephla soup, heavenly landscapes, funny accents, farmers, tractor rides, huge families and the greatest people you will ever meet. North Dakota is like stepping foot in the middle of a country song. I spent my past summer there on a mission trip and it was truly the best summer of my life. I went to North Dakota to become a … [Read more...]

Dames at Sea: A Musical Extravaganza

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor Act 1’s early musical season kicks off this year with the song and dance production of Dames at Sea which ran from Oct. 11-21 in the Schubert Theater at the Labuda Center of the Performing Arts. A throwback to the underdog, “make it or break it” Broadway stories that enveloped the 1930s, the musical showcased heart and … [Read more...]

A closer look into the life of a DeSales computer science student

By Victoria Miller Staff Writer At DeSales, computer science students use programs such as Adobe’s Photoshop, After Effects, Illustration and other threedimensional art programs to create applications. The most important aspect established through a computer science major is how to logically think through a problem and find a way to solve it. There are many different … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s desk…

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief When Rome went from being a republic to a dictatorship, people were not upset; they were relieved. They were relieved because citizens were stressed out about the politics going on within the government and their responsibility related to the Roman community. So, when Caesar rolled in and basically took control of things, Roman citizens … [Read more...]