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The News That Keeps Us Onward On

The Carroll News

The News That Keeps Us Onward On

The Carroll News

Campus Editor, Sophia Gillianza. reflects on her experience at the Dragon Boat Festival with CSSA
Sophia's Column: Dragon Boat Festival
Sophia Giallanza, Campus Editor • September 23, 2022

When I was a freshman at John Carroll, I tried to sign up for as many new activities as I could to get involved on campus. This included some that I had no knowledge or experience in. I signed up for last year's Dragon Boat festival in hopes of eating from food trucks and watching boat races. Little did I know, I was actually expected to row in a 20 person boat and race other teams.  Last year,...

Laken Kincaid writes about the JCU Wellness Centers recent programs.
JCU Wellness hosts multiple trainings and programs for Suicide Prevention Month
Laken Kincaid, Managing Editor • September 22, 2022

*TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS CONTENT ABOUT SUICIDE* Mental health awareness has become a huge priority for many college campuses, especially since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the rising presence of anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses, a multitude of universities have risen to the task of addressing mental health within their communities. This includes the...

Jasen Sokol serves as the general manager of John Carrolls own WJCU 88.7 FM
Humans of JCU: Jasen Sokol
Evan Richwalsky, The Carroll News • September 22, 2022

Whether it’s on the airwaves of the radio or on the baseball diamond announcing the next batter, there is one voice that often stands out from the rest. To many, the familiar voice of Jasen Sokol, general manager of WJCU 88.7 FM, rings through the air and leaves an impact wherever it is heard. Sokol’s journey to John Carroll was not the most straightforward path. Before coming to John Carroll...

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Arts and Life Editor, Claire Schuppel, writes about her connection with David Bowie.
Schuppel's Scoop: Dear David Bowie
Claire Schuppel, Arts & Life Editor • September 23, 2022

I can accredit my upbringing to three people in my life: my mother, my father and David Bowie. I consider myself a Bowie fan first and a human second, as every single person I have met knows. I’ve hesitated to write about this since I heard I got a weekly column, but with the release of “Moonage Daydream,” I knew it was the right time. Please enjoy a rough timeline/overview of my love for the...

Staff Reporter, Nasya Stevenson, writes about the iconic Fendi Baguette bag.
The Fendi Baguette celebrates anniversary during New York Fashion Week
Nasya Stevenson, Staff Reporter • September 23, 2022

Fendi honored its iconic Baguette Bag’s 25th anniversary at the semi-annual New York Fashion Week. New York Fashion Week, held twice a year, is a major season for fashion and gives international designers the opportunity to show off their collections for the next fashion season.  The seasonal series of events present the spring collections in September and the fall collections in February. NYFW...

Laken Kincaid writes about the JCU Wellness Centers recent programs.
JCU Wellness hosts multiple trainings and programs for Suicide Prevention Month
Laken Kincaid, Managing Editor • September 22, 2022

*TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS CONTENT ABOUT SUICIDE* Mental health awareness has become a huge priority for many college campuses, especially since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the rising presence of anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses, a multitude of universities have risen to the task of addressing mental health within their communities. This includes the...

Eric Fogle, Unlicensed Tour Guide, practices gesturing to one of JCUs finest dumpsters.
Are on-campus tours intentionally deceptive?
Eric Fogle, Opinion Editor • September 16, 2022

No matter where I go around campus, I seem to find myself somewhere in the route of an on-campus tour. As a compulsive and irredeemable eavesdropper, I can’t help but overhear some of the things tour...

Managing Editor, Laken Kincaid, examines their summer break and how it impacted their future
Keeping up with Kincaid: What happened this summer?
Laken Kincaid, Managing Editor • September 16, 2022

It has been four months since I have written a column just for me. I managed to churn out a few pieces here and there over the summer, many of which were motivated by current events, but I never seemed...

A woman carrying a flag with Queen Elizabeths image stands at Green Park memorial, next to Buckingham Palace in London, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022.
Great Britain and the cult of the monarchy
Patrick Kane, World News Editor • September 23, 2022

On Sept. 8, Elizabeth II, the Queen of England for over seven decades, passed away at the age of 96. It rocked the world. It was one of those events we all knew instinctively would happen one day but nevertheless...

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speak during a news conference to discuss the introduction of the Protecting Pain-Capable Unborn Children from Late-Term Abortions Act on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022, in Washington.
Sen. Lindsey Graham proposes national abortion ban
Colin Moorhead II, Staff Reporter • September 23, 2022

The upcoming midterm elections are vital to the GOP, which is trying to gain a majority in both houses of Congress. The recent Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade has made it increasingly difficult...