Sophomore starts record company

By Amber Whitney, Contributing Writer Published On March 14, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 20   Photo Courtesy of Carl Forrest Carl Forrest gazed ahead, eyes full of focus. As he spit a few bars of his winning rhyme in a freestyle batt...

Kudos to Kodos

By Chanelle Layman , Arts & Entertainment Editor (’06 – ’07) and Linsey Leach, Contributing Writer Published On March 14, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 20 Rhythm is more than just a steady beat for the Kodo Drumme...

Samoans have few choices but Iraq

By Kirsten Scharnberg, McClatchy Newspapers Published On March 14, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 20   Photo Credit: Jose More/MCT LEONE, AMERICAN SAMOA In a sleepy village on the western shores of this remote and beautiful island, the ...

CNU senior to reach out, Teach for America

By Matt Mullin, News Editor (’07 – ’08) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23   Photo Credit: Mark Newton Ashleigh Stacy, a senior majoring in Government and Public affairs with minors in Leadership ...

Saxes, trombone disappear from Ferguson

By Chanelle Layman , Arts & Entertainment Editor (’06 – ’07) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Three saxophones were reported stolen from the Band Rehearsal room in the Ferguson Center for th...

Bandwidth up by 130 percent in residences

By Beth Beck, Editor In Chief (’07 – ’08) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 Last semester, slow Internet and other troubles with CNUs network caused irritation campus-wide, prompting decisions to...

Class focuses on Invisible Children

By Sam Pelstring, Contributing Writer Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23   Photo Credit: Karen Hymess When three students set out to film atrocities taking place in Africa in 2003, their travels took them to the Ug...

New vendors to come soon

By Beth Beck, Editor In Chief (’07 – ’08) Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 When Bottoms Up Pizza, a popular Richmond-based eatery, nixed their plans to set up shop in CNU Village last year, subs...

Lottery improved but not yet perfect

By Amber Whitney, Contributing Writer Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 During the last week of March, students took part in the annual housing lottery, which, for the first time, took place online. After last yea...

$4.1 million Yoder Theatre given to CNU

By Lindsey Cawood, Contributing Writer Published On April 11, 2007 in Volume 38, Issue 23 The Yoder Barn Theatre, an award-winning performance venue in Newport News was recently donated to the university by the Yoder family and Yo...