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Spring has officially sprung at Villanova. Flowers are blooming, trees around campus are full of color and the quad is alive with happy students. And, of course, to coincide with the ability to finally be outdoors, we are all of a sudden swamped with schoolwork. While the end of the semester…

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On Saturday, April 10, the African Caribbean Villanovans (ACV) hosted its annual Fashion Show titled “Umphathi” on Mendel Field. The ACV is a student-run organization that creates a link between the diverse cultures of both African and Caribbean countries and the Villanova community. The org…

On Thursday, Apr. 8th, the Augustine and Culture Seminar Program held an organ recital at St. Thomas of Villanova church, performed by Humanities and Augustine and Culture Seminar professor Dr. Christopher T. Daly.

On Friday, April 9, Taylor Swift re-released her 2008 country album “Fearless.” Already featuring some of her most iconic songs including, “Love Story,” “Fifteen” and “You Belong With Me,” the album also graced fans with six new songs from “The Vault,” which were written but never released d…

Open Mic Night has a long history and most of the time, it exists in some coffeehouse or pub where the audience can perform on the stage. Basically, a microphone is the key to an open mic. It does not matter whether you want to sing, dance, read or just speak. There is always a theme for spe…

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College graduation is a momentous occasion. It is the culmination of years of hard work on behalf of the graduate, as well as the parents of the graduate. 

One of the most neglected accessories of this past year is the handbag. With little to nothing to do, thanks to COVID-19, you’ve probably opted to carry around your most practical bag when you actually need one. 

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The pandemic has done much damage to humans everywhere in a variety of ways, including our skin under the mask. Wearing a mask is mandated everywhere, which is great to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, it will cause some breakouts if worn all day in different weather conditions. Even…

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We’ve all seen the out of context videos on Twitter: Archie telling Reggie he got mauled by “a freakin’ bear,” Jughead wearing a “stupid hat” because he’s a weird weirdo that doesn’t fit in or Archie in jail lamenting over people who have spent time in prison instead of experiencing “the epi…

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When engineering, nursing or business majors state what they study, it is most likely never met with an awkward pause or a diminishing joke. The same cannot be said for liberal arts students, who walk around campus with the nickname “arts and crafts” plastered onto their fields of study. 

From Mar. 25-April 4, Villanova Theater’s production of “The Scar Test” was available for streaming. The show could be accessed via a link acquired through registration, which was free for all audience members, and a $10 donation per viewer was suggested. 

Our phones and other various technological devices have become literal extensions of our physical bodies. Our phones follow us everywhere, and it is rare to see someone walking through campus without their phone in their hand or their eyes glued to a screen. It’s been almost a year since the…

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Up until August 15, 2020, I only knew Justin Theroux as Jennifer Aniston’s ex-husband; you couldn’t have paid me to recognize him out of a lineup. After succumbing to peer pressure, though, I put my HBOMax subscription to good use and started watching “The Leftovers.” 

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Body language is a human’s subconscious language. The touch of the nose, a hair tuck behind the ear, eye contact – all of these little movements attribute to how someone communicates with the world. While most people are not usually attune to what their body is inadvertently conversing, it o…

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For years, the corset garment has been tied to controversy. Emerging from the Western world in the early 16th century, the tight fitting undergarment wasn’t always the harmless regency style trend as we know it today. Corsets were long derided as a patriarchal instrument of torture that defo…

Donna Tartt, best known for her novel “The Goldfinch,” creates an eerie and mystical world in her first novel “The Secret History,” that is reminiscent of October in New England. If you are into dark academia, this is the book for you.