Aries: The constellation Aries is difficult to see in the sky at this time, which can mean a few things. You might be feeling a sense of dread about a certain task, or are feeling like you aren’t being heard or seen. Needless to say, there are negative vibes stemming from you, but fear not. …

Take a stroll to 3805 Locust Walk at the University of Pennsylvania. There, you will find an old, Victorian-style home with a green wrap-around porch. In front of the charming structure, a sign reads in yellow lettering, “The Kelly Writers House.”

Villanova will host its annual Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week beginning this Saturday, November 13th and continuing through November 22nd. 

It seems as if just yesterday, the sun was shining and every male on Villanova’s campus was wearing flip flops. With a blink of an eye, the leaves have fallen and the perfectly mild Bryn Mawr temperature we know and love dropped to a cool 30 degrees. With these rapid changes of seasons come …

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This past weekend, the University hosted the 33rd annual Special Olympics Pennsylvania Fall Festival. Sporting events took place all weekend starting Friday afternoon, which comprised the largest student-run Special Olympics in the world. This year’s events included roller skating, volleybal…

Villanovans are no strangers to viral TikTok content creators, like Jordan McMeans and Ally Jones. However, freshman and West Chester, PA native, Noel Doherty, has recently taken the app by storm with a total of more than 112,000 followers across his three popular accounts. 

“The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” by V.E. Schwab takes the world on an unforgettable journey. The novel is a USA TODAY Bestseller, National Indie Bestseller, The Washington Post Bestseller and has been recommended by Entertainment Weekly and Oprah Magazine, among others. 

The Haveners, one of Villanova’s all-female a cappella groups, performed at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday, Nov. 6. The group opened for the morning show of New York City’s beloved Rockettes.

After a 40-year musical hiatus, the international smash hit band ABBA released its album, “Voyage,” on Nov. 5, 2021. The Swedish band, made up of two married, then divorced couples well into their seventies, has maintained its influence over each generation with its timeless musical hits. Th…

This past month, visionary director Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited adaptation of Frank Herbert’s beloved science-fiction novel “Dune” made its theatrical and streaming debut. Initially intended to debut in November 2020, the film saw three release date changes before finally landing on Oct.…

When Halloween visits Villanova, it is bound to bring with it some tricks and treats. The biggest trick already came with Offset's performance at Hoops Mania, so something sweeter was bound to come about. For the University’s Honors program, this sugary surprise materialized with its fall fi…

Each spring, the University’s Humanities Department holds a Faith and Reason Lecture, provided by a member of the faculty. It’s a beloved tradition nearly as old as the Humanities Department itself. COVID-19 restrictions meant that last spring’s Faith and Reason Lecture went through continua…

Aries: It is time for a much needed change up, and Aries, this week you are getting it. Sick of the same old, same old? Well, lucky you because the universe has some nice excitement planned in the week ahead that will take you out of this repetitive rut. Buckle up, adventure awaits. 

Every once in a while, a musical changes Broadway forever. One of these musicals is “Hamilton.” “Hamilton” has not only integrated itself into pop culture but has also changed how everyone looks at American history. Lin Manuel Miranda’s play is extremely popular; tons of people listen to the…

The University awarded the 50th and 51st Mendel Medal Awards to Lonnie G. Thompson and Ellen Mosley-Thompson over the weekend of Oct. 29-30 for their exceptional work on climate change and polar ice caps. This ceremony commemorated the 2020 Mendel Medal Award, as it was rescheduled due to th…

Toni Morrison’s best-known works include the “Bluest Eye,” “Beloved,” “Sula” and “Song of Solomon.” First published in 2008, “A Mercy” was added to the celebrated author’s collection of novels.