Today: Jul 24, 2024



University projects enrollment increase

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief Jay’Mi Vazquez – News Editor As the university has seen a decrease in enrollment in the last year, administrators are working to increase the number of students next

WGS hosts ‘Healing Quilt’ ceremony

Brandon Cortés – General Reporter The inauguration of the healing quilt by the Women and Gender Studies Department took place on the third floor of the Adanti Student Center.  The inauguration opened

Buley hosts Native American Heritage Month

Braden Saint-Val – News Writer Brandon Cortés – General Reporter Inside Buley Library, the first-floor exhibit case features books by Native American authors curated by Jacqueline Toce, the library’s head of technical

Both cross country teams win NE10s

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief The men’s and women’s cross-country teams won first place at the NE-10 championships. For the women, this is their first NE-10 championship in program history and the second

Owls lose 27-21 to AIC on Homecoming

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief A yard short.   With under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter at the American International one-yard line, and the Owls being down by six, running back James

Smith addresses plans to combat deficit

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief Ali Fernand – Managing Editor The university is facing a deficit in the budget, threatening the institution to make tough decisions. However, Interim President Dwayne Smith assured that

Student Arts League protests new building

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief The Students Arts League protested the new School of Business building because of the lack of updates to older buildings on campus.  “I don’t have anything against the

Football falls short to Bentley 13-6

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief Despite linebacker Hasan Dominick Jr., a graduate student, recording the 222nd tackle of his Owl career, the Owls failed to score for three quarters, losing their fourth game