Today: Jun 16, 2024

Southern News


Moving beyond the dreaded two-year mark

 SAMANTHA MCKELVIE — Staff Writer The two-year mark: a relationship death sentence or a test of real love? According to most testimonials I’ve heard, the two-year mark in a relationship is when

Owls Decide: Favorite cereal

Lexi White- General Reporter “My favorite cereal would have to be lucky charms just due to the sweetness of the milk afterwards.” -social work major Alexandria Louis-Charles, a freshman “My favorite cereal is

Women’s lacrosse continues winning streak

Christian Mansfield- Contributor The women’s lacrosse continued their now five-game winning streak, as they defeated St. Thomas Aquinas College at Jess Dow Field 20-2.  With the win, the Owls improved to 6-2

Softball wins both games in double header

Avery Martin- Contributor Despite the rain, the Owls pulled off a win in both games of their home opening doubleheader on Wednesday, March 20.  In the first game, they swept Mercy University

LGBTQIA+ Prism hosts bake sale

Jack Abbot- General Reporter LQBTQIA+ Prism hosted a bake sale on March 19 to raise funds for their future club activities and events.  This event will help to raise funds for their

Professionals give mental health advice to students

Jack Abbot- General Reporter The University Access Program, in partnership with several other organizations, hosted their annual “Vibe Out- Standing on Business Event” to raise awareness for the mental health decline that
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