NACC Tournament Soccer Preview

Tim Kalkirtz sports writer Both of Dominican’s soccer teams are headed to the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) Tournament, with both the men’s and women’s teams finishing 2nd in their conferences. The men will play […]


Mano A Mano: A Helping Hand

Daniela Martinez staff writer This fall the world was struck by immense changes in our environment and weather patterns. This year, Mexico had an earthquake with had a magnitude of 7.1 along with the disasters […]

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My Puerto Rico

Gina Guerrero contributing writer  Before hurricane Maria hit, my family was doing everything they could to prepare: boarding up businesses and homes, and gathering food and water. They live in Puerto Rico, so of course […]


Deaths Around Dominican

Sabrina Henderson Staff Writer Halloween 1929 – Rosary college janitor, Peter Ferrari, died at 23-years of age while installing an electric fixture in Rosary’s kitchen. While installation, he was electrocuted after conducting a wrong move. […]


Sister Melissa Waters, OP

Dear Dominican Students, My blog here focuses on YOU and on an opportunity that could provide you great experience and happiness after graduation – BECOME A DOMINICAN VOLUNTEER! Future employers and graduate schools smile upon […]


DU ‘Pauses’ Cuba Trip

Roberto Alonso Staff Writer  Dominican University has hit the “pause” button on its plans for a study abroad trip to Cuba because of a U.S. Department of Travel warning about the island nation. After U.S. […]


Spooks at DU

Joseline Cano Co-Editor-in-Cheif  Lewis Hall Lewis 4th floor – The art wing of Lewis Hall is said to be one of the most haunted locations on campus. Students have claimed to hear footsteps late at […]


Reusable Halloween Costumes

Myhka McKinney Fashion Columnist  I personally love Halloween. I love eating candy apples, watching Halloween movies, apple picking, and carving pumpkins. One thing I don’t particularly like about Halloween, though, is having to pay for […]