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Fall Workouts to Kick Off the Year

Jonathan Shackleton, The Carroll News

September 25, 2019

As Steven Richards, the author of many inspiring books, once said, “The pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow.”  Although weight training may be tough, it is very important because it assists you in stayin...

Trendsetter: The 80s are Rocking into Today’s Fashion

Christina Terasavage, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2019

As the remnants of a humid, muggy summer leave us all behind, cool and crisp tones of autumn bring a fresh start to the beginning of the new season. Fashion trends follow in the likeness of the recycling of the seasons; what go...

Rachel’s Reads: One Step at a Time

Rachel Scully, Arts and Life Editor

September 25, 2019

One thing I tend to talk about in my columns is how I want to live a positive life. That’s easier said than done. For someone who gives advice on how to enjoy life with a positive attitude, I tend to focus on the negatives. A...

A Beginner’s Guide to Thrifting

Nicolette Noce, The Carroll News

September 25, 2019

The culture of thrift shopping has been on the rise since the mid-2000s. Some might even thank Macklemore’s 2012 hit song “Thrift Shop” for that.  In the fashion industry, which is constantly changing and redefining, it ...

Influential Outsider artist, Daniel Johnston, Dies at 58

Andrew Gilkey, World News Editor

September 25, 2019

“The Cutting Edge,” an MTV program covering fresh music scenes in the U.S., travelled to Austin, Texas, to cover the burgeoning New Sincerity music scene. Glass Eyes, Wild Seeds and other post-punk acts lost to time were on...

A Love Letter to Ireland

Rachel Scully, Arts & Life Editor

May 2, 2019

Thank you, Ireland, for giving me an experience I will never forget. I never knew such beauty would be held within the boundaries of such a small island. Through the alleyways of Galway to the streets of Dublin, you knew how to...

Hold my Beer.

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor

April 30, 2019

The pressure of drinking and smoking at the end of high school is inevitable. We are taught by our teachers, our parents and professors that drinking can have very negative effects on our health and future. I, for one, understood...

Met Gala 2019 Theme Announced: “Camp: Notes on Fashion”

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor

April 30, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Met Gala theme was recently announced, and plans for this most exquisite fashion event are already in full swing. Originally founded by publicist Eleanor Lambert in 1948, the Met Gala...

How to Spend a Beautiful College Weekend

Kaitlin Ryan, Staff Reporter

April 14, 2019

This past weekend, the city of University Heights was blessed with long-awaited sunshine and temperatures that broke the 60-degree mark. John Carroll students were appreciating the change in scenery —  much different from the...

Letters from Dublin

Rachel Scully, Arts & Life Editor

April 14, 2019

One of my favorite aspects of traveling is trying new food. Food can truly represent the culture around you. I will be honest though, I am somewhat picky eater. It’s hard to get myself out there with food. However, going to...

Hold My Beer

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor

April 14, 2019

The pressure of drinking and smoking at the end of high school is inevitable. We are taught by our teachers, our parents and professors that drinking can have very negative effects on our health and future. I, for one, understood...

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