Crafting with Chess

The Captain’s Log highlights the works of student athlete and artist Catherine Chess. When not studying or attending classes, one of Catherine Chess’ favorite hobbies is making a diverse range of artistic crafts. These include “fr...

Charting the Arts

  Dr. Avi Santo inspires appreciation for the Humanities and the Liberal Arts in his talk on Feb. 12 entitled “Humans Redesigning the World.” If you ever believed your liberal arts degree was worthless, Dr. Avi Santo will con...

Buzzin’ Becky

Becky takes on the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week. Do you ever have one of those days that just goes entirely wrong? No matter what happens you just can’t seem to win and everything just piles on top of each other, you...

Playing the Russian Games

How the International Olympic Committee is enabling doping in the Olympic games. The Olympics are traditionally a showcase of national pride and talent, but not for one country this year. The sight of Russian athletes, dressed in ...

The Right to Birth Control

A response to the Trump administration’s stance on health care for students. On Friday, Oct. 6, the Trump Administration issued new rules giving colleges the power to impose their beliefs on their students, giving schools the powe...

CNU Starts CAC Strong

CNU’s Basketball teams earn first round bye as they pursue their third consecutive CAC Championship Title.  Once again Christopher Newport’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams will enter into the Capital Athletic Conference (...