Clare Broderick investigates The Brain on Music. Photo credit: Mary Berg/Crown

Clare Broderick Investigates Music’s Effect on the Brain

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2016

On Monday, March 14, Clare Broderick presented her final Leadership Scholar's project entitled "The Brain on Music." Her semester-long research project focused on the effect of music on the brain and...

President Obama wif his wife and President Castro in Cuba. Photo Credit: Chris Carlson/AP.

World News: March

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief March 21, 2016

Islamic State carries out attack in Brussels, Belgium. On Tuesday, March 22, two explosions occurred in the Brussels airport, and one occurred in a crowded subway station in downtown Brussels. The Islamic...

Sharika Elahis Social Issue Poster. Photo credit: Sarkia Elahi

Social Issue: Syrian Refugee Crisis

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief March 21, 2016

The Syrian refugee crisis is currently one of the world's foremost humanitarian issues. The crisis has been ongoing for the last five years, but has received increased media attention over the...

Senior Leadership Scholar Mary Berg. Photo courtesy of Mary Berg.

Mary Berg Explains the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Deanna Stone, Managing Editor March 14, 2016

If you have kept up with the latest news lately, chances are you have heard of the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis. It is a major problem sweeping the world, with many different countries and organizations...

March Reginite of the Month

March Reginite of the Month

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief March 9, 2016

Freshman Mary Pins—Mary is an amazing person who you can always count on to put a smile on your face. She is always happy and a great freind. Love you Mary! Sophomore Nina Menon—Nina Menon...

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World News February

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief February 29, 2016

Apple battles the FBI Over the course of February, Apple has rejected the FBI's request to unlock one of the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhones. This issue has once again polarized the national security...

February Reginite of the Month

February Reginite of the Month

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2016

Freshman Mary Grace Stanton—Mary Grace is a wonderful representative of our freshman class. She has a ton of energy, is active in sports, and always has a smile on her face. Recently she brought some...

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Advancement Office Works Hard for Students: Past and Present

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2016

Have you ever wondered what's going on in the corner of the third floor by the language department? Who are even in those offices, and why are so many girls going in there all the time? Wonder no longer—the...

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World News

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2016

Zika Virus is declared an international public health emergency. On Monday, Feb. 1, the World Health Organization declared the Zika Virus an international public health emergency, indicating the severity...

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Paris Attacks’ Impact on Syrian Refugees

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief November 23, 2015

As investigations and manhunts continue after the Paris attacks, one alarming fact has come to light: two of the attackers came into the country posing as Syrian refugees. The first suicide bomber in...

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Around the World News

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2015

US to begin 'Direct Action on the Ground' in Syria and Iraq  On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced that United States armed forces will begin ground action combayting...

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Syrian Refugee Crisis: What to Know and How to Help

Mary Berg, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2015

The challenging humanitarian, economic, and cultural issue that is the Syrian refugee crisis has gained global attention over the past year, especially in the past few months. Maybe you have seen the...

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