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Sleep Out – So Homeless Youth Won’t Have To!

Camille Patton, Co-editor in Chief

October 17, 2018

Filed under Clubs, News, Showcase

On November 2nd, A.C.T.I.O.N.S. and the Covenant House are working together to sponsor a Sleep Out for Newman students. Students and faculty are challenged to spend a night sleeping outside on Kolb field, so Homeless Youth don't...

Freshmen’s ADL Workshop

Freshmen’s ADL Workshop

October 17, 2018

PSA for the PSAT

PSA for the PSAT

October 17, 2018

Hurricane Florence’s Economic Price Tag

Edmund Philipson, Writer

October 3, 2018

Filed under News

Hurricane Florence, the latest hurricane to pound the east coast, made landfall in the Carolinas' nearly 2 weeks ago. On September 17th CNBC's Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman reported that flood waters had not receded;...

Warm the Auditorium

Camille Patton, Co-editor in Chief

September 26, 2018

Filed under Lifestyle, News, Opinion

When asked to think of a list of cold things, one might think of this list in increasing severity: Snowballs, ice bathes, glaciers, the peak of Mount Everest, Antarctica, and the Henson Auditorium. "The Henson Auditorium?" you...

The Jefferson Second Line

The Jefferson Second Line

September 26, 2018

Art in Bloom 2018

Caroline Sillars, Sports Photography Coordinator

May 2, 2018

Filed under Arts, Lifestyle, News, Visual Arts

Art in Bloom at NOMA, one of New Orleans' most extravagant spring events,  showcases hundreds of floral designs. These designs include floral arrangements by local gardening groups, Ikebana  (Japanese art of floral arrangement...