Explore Fort McHenry, Battle of Baltimore site

By Jeana Teddick Staff Writer In 1814, with “the rockets’ red glare and bombs bursting in air,” citizens once watched 1,000 American soldiers valiantly defend Fort McHenry in the Battle of Baltimore. The Fort McHenry National Monument enshrines this famous battle, serving as the birthplace of various extraordinary historic events, including the origin of the country’s … [Read more...]

Where are they now: Autumn Fink’s acting career

By CJ Bamert Staff Writer When graduating from the DeSales theater department, there are many different career choices. Some people will go out and audition for plays and films, some may go the modeling route and try their luck there or some in the more design aspect of theater may work on their craft out of school. For Autumn Fink, she’s doing all that and more. Fink … [Read more...]

Chorale Concert emotional end to era

By Jaci Wendel News Editor Men in black tuxedos and women in black choral gowns stood in the breezeway behind Connelly Chapel, gathered in a semi-circle. In the middle of the semi-circle, standing on a chair, was coordinator of choral activities and director of the DeSales Chorale J. Bennett Durham, who had the difficult job of giving a pep talk to the singers who would … [Read more...]

Uber safety tips, tricks for riders

By Elizabeth Brantingson Staff Writer After a night of drinking, college students strive to be safe by choosing Uber for transportation. Uber, which originated in Pairs in 2008 and is now in 575 cities around the globe, also strives for their users to stay safe. Susan Hendrick, who works in communications and public policy at Uber, gives four tips for staying safe when … [Read more...]