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The perfect brunch spot with a captivating aesthetic and a tasteful menu sits just down the road. Its name is Terrain Café, and it is located in Devon, PA. 

There is no doubt about it: we are in the midst of a major shift in the world of entertainment. Since the mid-2010s, streaming has totally taken over the media landscape. For many years, though, this didn’t change the way content was actually structured. When scrolling through the “Popular o…

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There is nothing worse than realizing you have a class on West campus on a day when the weather does not drop below 75 degrees. If you are like me, you are ready for the fall weather that Villanova experiences. In the meantime, we must prepare for the heat wave coming over campus. 

The fiery racist roots of this nation have spread not only in this country for many years, but also on Villanova’s campus, making the newest addition to the curriculum a step forward into a better future. We have witnessed racist practices for far too long, not just in our nation’s history, …

The correlation between fashion and popular music is one of abundant and mutual creativity. Both forms of art have developed into strong mechanisms of defiance over the years as musicians and designers alike express their beliefs and individuality through their work. While powerful on their …

Aries: The creative side of your personality is shining through this week. Let yourself give into the part of you that has ideas, thinks big and wants to do something you haven’t before. Let that part of yourself take over, and you will accomplish something you thought you couldn’t.

In the wake of hurricanes Henri and Ida, finding safe and fun rainy day activities has never been more vital. So next time the West tunnel begins to look more like a lazy river, bring some sunshine to your day with the following activities. 

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When the students on campus start biting their nails and habitually checking their phone notifications to check the scores of sports games, it can only mean one thing. While some may do it for the love of a particular team, more and more students, along with the rest of the country, have got…

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Over the past year, there has been no shortage of Marvel content, with series like “WandaVision,” “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” “Loki” and the currently running “What If?” giving fans something to watch practically every week. When considered in addition to the already-released “Black…

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Villanovans are back, and so are music festivals. Philadelphia’s annual Made In America music festival returned to the city after a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many Villanova students attended this Labor Day Weekend. 

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“The food trucks are ready for you on Mendel Field,” announced University President Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A., Ph.D. at the end of the Welcome Back Mass. “Thanks be to God!”

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On the first weekend of the school year following orientation, the University’s Office of Student Involvement (OSI) and the Campus Activities Team (CAT) offered a plethora of activities as part of Wildcat Welcome Week.

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*Important Disclaimer: This piece serves as an introduction to the concept of respecting pronouns to those mildly or not at all familiar with this concept, especially when it comes to terms outside of the gender binary. It will not cover every single aspect of existing as a queer person at V…

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Whether you are a freshman looking to go somewhere with your new dorm friends or a junior looking for a place to go other than Conn, downtown Philadelphia is the place for you. Being only a 30-minute drive or less than an hour train ride away, Philly is definitely a place Villanovans should …

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Aries: You are feeling challenged by the actions of those around you. While they might not align  with your own views, do not let others’ choices affect what you do and how you act. Your straightforward and tenacious personality is a great quality, but don’t let it overtake your cool.

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On Aug. 18, about 1,800 new students moved onto campus eager to begin their very own Villanova journeys. There to greet them were Resident Assistants and more than 100 Orientation staff members in bright pink t-shirts. That night, new students headed over to Mendel Field for “Catchella,” the…