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Chris Shaddock – Editor-in-Chief and News Editor

Chris Shaddock has been a member of The Minstrel since he was a freshman and this is his first year as editor-in-chief. Currently he is a junior at DeSales and is majoring in communication, as well as minoring in journalism. Shaddock also runs for the cross country and track team for Desales and mentors for international students. Additionally, he has spent a semester in … [Read more...]

DeSales track team raises the bar

By Chris Shaddock Editor-In-Chief Seven DeSales track athletes broke three school records on Feb. 9 at the New York University Indoor Track Invitational. These athletes were senior Veronica Wheeler in the 3K race, junior Robyn Somers in the 400-meter race, and sophomore Marc Brown, junior Patrick Ludlow, and freshmen Brion McNear and Matthew Kraus in the 4x400-meter … [Read more...]

DeSales has talent: CAB hosts talent show

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief In order to find out which student has the most talent, DeSales’s Campus Activity Board hosted the first ever, DeSales Got Talent. The event took place Nov. 17 in the McShea Lounge. Students with varying talents signed up for the event to strut their stuff, including bands, dancers, musicians, a yo-yoist and lots and lots of … [Read more...]

Desales responds to recent gun violence

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief Due to the recent shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Oct. 1 in which gunman, Stephen Paddock, killed 58 and injured 489 people, debates have sparked over gun violence and gun control. These arguments tend to ignite whenever a large shooting occurs, as similar conversations were had after the Orlando nightclub shooting, on June 12, 2016, in … [Read more...]

Tensions between North Korea and U.S.

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief While tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have never been good, in recent years they have worsened due to North Korea’s progression of their nuclear missile program. Results of these growing tensions have caused fear amongst Americans and Asians, involvement of foreign powers, such as China and Russia and vague threats of war … [Read more...]