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Hui ’O Hawai’i Luau

Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer The campus Luau is back this spring, and in person. Yes, you read that right! Last year, due to COVID-19, the Hui ’O Hawai’i club’s Luau was canceled and moved to an online format. This year, the Hawai’i Club invites students and faculty to join in this socially distanced event on April 24th in the Marcus

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Kamakura Restaurant Review

Emmanuel Son, Staff Writer Just a few minutes walk down from the Marcus Pavillion on Pacific Avenue is Kamakura. This Japanese restaurant is a small but lovely family-owned spot serving a number of different traditional and Americanized Japanese dishes. It serves as a convenient location for Saint Martin’s students to grab Japanese cuisine without having to travel far from campus.

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Monk Highlight: Abbott Marion

Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer Saint Martin’s is known for having an impressive array of clubs and activities, and for having an inviting community. Abbot Marion is a monk who, after extensive time in the community, became Saint Martin’s ninth Abbot. Although known for being a part of the monastery, Abbott Marion enjoys other activities in his free time. He mentions

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Elizabeth Grasher: Highlighting the Health

Sophia Kobernusz-Gibbs, Staff Writer Saint Martin’s University is a lush campus with so many amazing staff and faculty, creating a wonderful and sustainable learning environment. With so many departments to choose from, we will be focusing this issue on an individual from the Psychology department. That one such staff member is Elizabeth Grasher M.S., LMHC, LMFT. Ms. Grasher has been

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The Haunting of Bly Manor: A subtle change makes all the difference

Tuilei Scanlan, Layout Manager On October 9, Mike Flanagan’s new addition to his “Haunting” series, “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” offers a whole new world of unexpected plot twists and frightening revelations. Based on Henry James’ 1898 horror novel, “The Turn of the Screw,” this nine-episode series touches on the tragedy of the human condition and relevant social issues such

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Candidates participate in recent Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates

By Olivia Alvord, Staff Writer As it gets closer to election day, President Donald Trump and presidential nominee Joe Biden have engaged in debates on mask policies, racism, and police brutality, often bringing up the other’s personal life in an attempt to slight their opponent. On Sept. 29, they went head-to-head in the First Presidential Debate of 2020, discussing everything

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Office of International Programs introduces new study abroad changes

Hillary Thompson, Staff Writer The impact of the pandemic has been felt by students and teachers in their learning atmosphere. Schools have also been forced to change many of their programs in order to adjust to new COVID-19 regulations. One of the more specific Saint Martin’s University programs that has been affected by the pandemic is the study abroad program. 

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The detrimental cost of losing newspapers: Who pays the price?

Bethany Montgomery, Staff Writer   The world of media and news is constantly evolving from standardized newspapers, magazines, and other print publications to digital alternatives. However, this dramatic change that newspapers are facing is having larger negative effects than most organizations realize.  This switch is far from a seamless transition. According to the Washington Examiner, over the past decade, the

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