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Advising and Registration

Tips and Tricks on a smooth registration process Vanessa Arieno It’s that point in the year again guys! Time to plan your next semester classes. Some of you may have all the steps down when it comes to what you need to get done when starting this process but for those of you whom don’t… Continue reading Advising and Registration

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NU Theatre professors are featured in Hollywood’s Marshall

Sarah Emmerling and Malika-Budur Kalila NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - On Friday Oct. 13, Marshall, a courtroom drama about the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, was released. The movie was directed by Reginald Hudlin and stars Chadwick Boseman as Thurgood Marshall, Josh Gad as Samuel Friedman, and Kate Hudson as Eleanor Strubing. It explores an important… Continue reading NU Theatre professors are featured in Hollywood’s Marshall

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NU CARES: first ever vegan-based club

NU CARES advocating for veganism on campus Ben Schian  This semester the first ever vegan-based club was founded at Niagara University. Niagara University Club for Animal Rights, Education, and Sustainability (NU CARES) has a mission to spread awareness on the sentient nature of all animals, to promote an environmental consciousness and to encourage an overall… Continue reading NU CARES: first ever vegan-based club

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Monica Panzer NEWFANE, N.Y. - Two weeks ago NU CARES (Club for Animal Rights Education and Sustainability) experienced firsthand the rejuvenation that Asha Sanctuary provides for the animals who are fortunate enough to live there. Asha, translated to mean “hope and life”, is a farm where rescued animals are brought to escape cruelty and start… Continue reading NUCares

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Buffalo Black Book

Could this be the official magazine for millennials of the 716? Nina Grenga With its first issue releasing just last year, Buffalo Black Book has had great success with their magazine, recently selling out of their latest issue, “MOVEMENT.” Buffalo Black Book, also known as BBB, is a quarterly print magazine that looks into the… Continue reading Buffalo Black Book

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More Dungeons and Dragons: “Stranger Things” Season Two

This review contains spoilers.   Chloe Steinig “Stranger Things” is back. And boy, is it stranger. This season is dark and sinister, more like “The Exorcist” than coming of age “Stand By Me.”  Our favorite gang is back along with new characters that only add to the Golden Globe winning cast that have grown close… Continue reading More Dungeons and Dragons: “Stranger Things” Season Two

Campus Events, Entertainment

Ghost Hunters Visit NU

Michaela McGrath NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.-- Paranormal agents from Rome Investigators of the Paranormal (RIP) visited NU Wednesday Oct. 25 in Dunleavy Hall to talk about their encounters with the unknown. Peter Leonard and Dr. David Desprospero, who are cousins and co-founders of RIP, became interested in the paranormal after a childhood full of spooky experiences.… Continue reading Ghost Hunters Visit NU

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Senior countdown to graduation preview

Allison Camp Niagara University, N.Y. - The countdown to graduation has begun. NUSGA has chosen three different events to celebrate the 200 days, 100 days and 50 days until graduation. Seniors can purchase a package to attend all three events for $30. The first event is for celebration of 200 days until graduation and titled… Continue reading Senior countdown to graduation preview

Editorials, Opinions

Uber v. Lyft

Is one better than the other? Vanessa Arieno We can all agree Uber is one of the best things to happen to NU students in a long time: but should we be signed up for Lyft instead? Uber is clearly the original company for driving services but the truth is one isn’t better than the… Continue reading Uber v. Lyft

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Selling Feminism

Commercials increasingly target the feminist movement Nico Santangelo The face of marketing has changed recently, fueled by the newest iteration of the feminist movement. Advertisements that often featured male spokespersons are increasingly switching to women. For example, the Brawny paper towel man, known for his burly manliness, has been replaced by a plaid clad woman on their… Continue reading Selling Feminism