Author Archives: Aaron Royce

Relay for Life preview

On March 24, CNU will host its annual Relay for Life event at 7 p.m. in the Freeman Field House. The event will act as a fundraiser towards Colleges Against Cancer, with a goal of raising $56,000. CNU’s Colleges Against Cancer clu...

“To Walk in Beauty”

Modern blown-glass bird sculptures might not seem connected to pictograph-embellished pottery, but they do—through Native American arts and the newest exhibit at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center, “To Walk in Beauty: Native American ...

Album Review: Fifty Shades Darker

Like the movie and well-received soundtrack that came before it, the release date for “Fifty Shades Darker”—which came out this past weekend—led to heightened anticipation for franchise fans and non-fans alike.  The “Fifty Sh...

Love is in the air

With Valentine’s Day just passed, the awareness of other people’s relationships is at an all-time high. Some people tend to agonize over the fact that they don’t have that perfect person in their lives to give or receive Instagram...

Increasing Cultural awareness through dance

This weekend, the African Student Union will be hosting their first AfroDance Workshop. The event aims to bring cultural awareness to the university’s community through East and West African dances, as well as Haitian and Caribbea...

Porsha O. speaks out

Past the Crow’s Nest whiteboard that proclaims in orange and green marker, “CAB Presents…Porsha O”, and further into the venue sits Porsha O. She’s dressed in a floral-print shirt and a fur vest. A gold septum piercing sparkles fr...

Putting your wallet to good use

As the third week of spring semester classes begins, many students’ classwork amounts begin to increase; and as a result, free time, energy and mental space start to decrease. Our minds—and our agendas—are slowly filling up with a...

What’s happening this weekend?

As CNU gears up for its Homecoming celebration, students and alumni will both have the chance to be involved with the university’s athletics programs over the weekend. Captains Basketball 50th Celebration An event commemorating th...

Taking a closer look at the Ancient Aztecs

Dr. Elizabeth Moran, who teaches courses on pre-Columbian, African and Caribbean art, as well as the Survey of World Art in Context and Senior Seminar in Art History courses, will be releasing her first book, Sacred Consumption: F...

Fall CAB events at a glance

“CAB,” those swooping black letters you see around campus, seem to be present on every university event flyer this year. The Campus Activities Board is responsible for putting together most of CNU’s major and minor campus events. ...