Editorials, Opinions, Uncategorized

Alaska: the last frontier

Seward, Alaska Beluga Point, Anchorage AK Seward, Alaska Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Anchorage AK Flat Top Mountain, Anchorage AK Eagle River, Alaska   When thinking of spring break or an Easter get-away, students usually think of warm temperatures, nice beaches and big cities that are affordable for a college budget. This summer, when searching places… Continue reading Alaska: the last frontier

News, Uncategorized

The Perfect Summer Getaways

Cheap and easy ways to explore as a broke college kid by Francesca Gugino College students usually spend summers working crazy hours to save up enough discretionary money for the school year that lies ahead. This means working on the weekends, picking up shifts and at times working doubles, leaving little time for a break,… Continue reading The Perfect Summer Getaways

News, Uncategorized

Fair Trade, know what you’re buying

Conscious consumption: the importance of Fairtrade By: Francesca Gugino Dave Crosby Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) Consumer culture calls for buyers to seek the newest trends and to also purchase what they need at affordable prices. The increase in competition may seem to be what is driving prices of many imported goods down, but… Continue reading Fair Trade, know what you’re buying

Opinions, Uncategorized

NONE Generation

The NONE generation: lack of faith on campuses By: Francesca Gugino Millennials, those born from 1983- 2000 according to U.S. PIRG, have the highest rate of non-affiliation with religion. This means that the millennial generation does not report to being part of any specific religious sect or denomination. According to the Pew Research Center 36%… Continue reading NONE Generation

Campus Events, News, Uncategorized

Take Back the Night Preview

Take Back the Night: “Rise Lead Inspire” By Francesca Gugino On Wednesday, April 4, Niagara University will host its third annual Take Back the Night event (TBTN). TBTN is a national movement that promotes and advocates for the end to all sexual violence including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and all other forms of… Continue reading Take Back the Night Preview

News, Uncategorized

Bridging the 38th Parallel

Bridging the 38th Parallel North and South Korea come together for 2018 Winter Olympics By: Francesca Gugino On Feb. 9, North and South Korean olympic athletes marched together at the opening ceremony in PyeongChang, South Korea. The olympians carried the Korean Unification Flag, rather than the two separate country flags, symbolizing unity and togetherness after… Continue reading Bridging the 38th Parallel

Opinions, Uncategorized

Budgeting for study

How to make a semester abroad affordable By: Francesca Gugino Studying abroad is a great way to travel, experience a new culture, enrich college education and even seek volunteer or internship opportunities in a field related to one’s major. However, only about 10% of United States' students study abroad during undergrad. Why? For some, being… Continue reading Budgeting for study