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Music makes the movie

By Lindsay Wigo Editorials Editor I love to watch movies. Whether they are animated, suspense, comedy or drama, it doesn’t take much convincing from someone to get me to watch a movie. I recently watched the movie “Happy Death Day,” which has similarity to “Groundhog Day,” where a girl relives the same day over and over again. I tend to pass on the thriller and horror … [Read more...]

Get excited for the future

By Lindsay Wigo Editorial Editor At our last Minstrel meeting, our Editor-In-Chief, Chris, suggested that I write an editorial on things that I am excited for, whether that be in the near or distant future. It is pretty easy to learn about me if you have read my editorials, so it does not take much searching to find my opinion on something. My reason for saying this is … [Read more...]

Are Controversial Super Bowl Commercials Intentionally Aired?

By Lindsay Wigo Editorial Editor There is a general understanding that the commercials during the Super Bowl are very memorable and are usually viewed more than the average day-to-day commercial. From Doritos to Mountain Dew to cars, there was definitely a variety of commercials to keep viewers’ eyes peeled. Although many of the commercials were funny, I am going to be … [Read more...]

Sushi helps with studying?

By Lindsay Wigo Editorials Editor The first semester is finally coming to a close. No more adjusting to new classes or enjoying the warm, fall weather. As we approach the final few weeks of school, we are, however, reminded of one thing. Finals. Regardless if you have one or six, finals can definitely take a toll on any student’s grades and health. All of the late … [Read more...]

Norman Carter speaks about police corruption at the DeSales Forensic Forum

By Lindsay Wigo Editorials Editor Manipulation . Corruption. Deceit. On Oct. 19, author and former Philadelphia police officer Norman Carter came to DeSales University for The Forensic Forum and told some of the gruesome recounts from his 25 years of service to the Philadelphia police department. Ranging from police brutality to statistical manipulation to the … [Read more...]