Save A Pair, Dye Your Hair

By Kimmie Semiday A&E Editor Thursday Oct. 6, Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) hosted it’s annual hair dying event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is the fourth that CAC has held the event in McShea, and just like all the other years, it was a success. Members of CAC took over the commons of McShea to bleach and dye students’ hair pink from 6-7 p.m., in order to … [Read more...]

Pink Warriors Strike Back

By Chris Shaddock  Sports Editor   Early in the 2016 spring semester, junior Tommy Friedman was hanging out in his room when he got a call from his mother. She explained to him that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. “I just remember being really upset,” said Friedman. “I didn’t tell many people what was happening. I told my coach, and then eventually he told … [Read more...]

Theatre Alumni Succeed in NYC, Rugby Raises Money for Wounded and More in This Issue

Download the latest issue of The Minstrel (November 5, 2015)! This issue features articles on theatre alumni Meg Halcovage and Phoenix Best, who both continue to thrive as actresses in New York City; men's rugby which hosted the "Sevens For Soldiers" tournament, which raised money for Wounded Warrior Project; and both women's soccer and women's volleyball make the MAC Freedom … [Read more...]