Author Archives: Korty Swift

Summer TV Roundup

Summer break has only just begun, meaning plenty of time to catch up on shows missed throughout the school year. And for freshman readers, it means a chance to create a painless and universal icebreaker. Sparking plenty of talking...

The Importance of Student Journalism

In this day and age where practically anyone can pull up whatever news and information they want with a few clicks or taps, it can be easy for some to walk right past newspaper stands. In the moment, news sites and accounts with p...

Softball sweeps spring break series

Captain’s softball kicked off spring break in Georgia with three wins throughout the course of a four-game weekend series, versus the nationally eighth-ranked Emory University.  The team swept up both wins on March 4, and the...

PIER starts peer discussion

The Student Diversity and Equality Council (SDEC) and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) came together to host  the first PIER Perspectives talk Feb. 16. The discussion topic was relationship abuse and consent.  ...

The new Navigator app

Over the course of the past year, CNU’s Internet platforms have undergone a major change in layout and function. The school’s website features a clean aesthetic and new arrangement of features. Another large change happened to The...

Student Assembly weekly meeting recap

Student clubs and affairs were on the brain at this week’s Student Assembly meeting. Plans for an alternate and more accessible path leading to Rappahannock River Hall, placing bottle refill stations across campus and small grant ...

Get ready, get set, glow

There’s a reason Glow in the Darcappella is sold out each year. While the preparation team is hard at work promoting this event, its uniqueness is enough to pique student interest. Glow in the Darcappella, often nicknamed “Glow,” ...

Seeing double: growing up with a twin

It’s pretty common to meet a set a twins in your neighborhood or old high school, but it’s not quite as usual to come across twins at the same college, due to differing interests and skills. Juniors Sydney and Shelby Bergstrom, an...