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Seventh Heaven

Less than two years ago my friend, Leah, began recommending songs and making me watch videos of K-Pop group B1A4, but prior to that I had no interest whatsoever with K-Pop; it never appealed to me and I find them too complex to understand because of language barriers and flashy productions that I don’t really enjoy. 447 more words


Careers in Publishing Panel

This past Thursday, Christopher Newport University (my beloved alma mater) invited me to return and speak on a panel about careers in publishing. What an awesome opportunity to return to my old stomping grounds and impart my wisdom to those who walking the same path I once walked. 769 more words

Alt Greek is still Greek

Some people would argue that Alternative Greek Life (also known as Alt Greek) isn’t true Greek Life (AKA Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Council organizations). However, there are quite a few incredibly good reasons for joining an Alternative Greek Organization on campus, both with or without another organization’s membership under your belt. 506 more words

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Podcast: Frat Life

In this episode, Sydney Lee interviews a member of CNU frat life to see what it’s really like in comparison with the stigmas that surround it.

Listen here: Frat Life

Dear CNU Student Assembly,

by Samsu Sallah

Dear Student Assembly,

I was reading (skimming) the Captain’s Log the other day and noticed that you had appointed new student assembly leaders… 707 more words

Get the Heck out of the CNU Bubble Every Once in a While

By: Brittany Branch

Time after time I hear Christopher Newport students complain about the shortage of activities in the area.  They insist that if they had chosen a bigger school or attended a university in a better-known college town, they’d have more to do, and ultimately more fun.    788 more words

CNU falls short of three-peat; York takes CAC Tournament title with 82-73 win

NEWPORT NEWS (WAVY) – Blayde Reich scored a game-high 25 points to lead York past Christopher Newport University 82-73 in the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship game on Sunday evening. 93 more words

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