Adele encourages fans to go “Easy On Me”

By Caroline Palermo and Olivia Valkner, Staff Writers Adele has made a comeback with the release of her new single “Easy on Me” and its accompanying music video.  This is the lead single for her upcoming album coming out later this month. The song and accompanying music video feel like a warm hug from the singer’s vulnerable yet powerful voice.   The release of the single truly snuck up on us, because we forgot that Adele lives in London and neglected to consider the possibility of her releasing it in London time.  It was a real debate if we should wait … Continue reading Adele encourages fans to go “Easy On Me”

Mix and match booster shots

By Olivia Valkner, Staff Writer The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) outlined new COVID-19 recommendations last Thursday which allow vaccinated individuals to “mix and match” their booster doses.  “Some people may have a preference for the vaccine type that they originally received, and others may prefer to get a different booster. CDC’s recommendations now allow for this type of mix and match dosing for booster shots.” the CDC statement said. The statement discussed the reasoning for their recommendation, how individuals can acquire their second or third shot and outlined eligibility. As it stands, there are boosters available for the ‘big … Continue reading Mix and match booster shots

We ARE Change wins SGA election

Cahill, Dhaliwal, Nash and nine senators will be sworn in next semester BY OLIVIA VALKNER, JOSEPH COTTON AND CHLOE SALVESON Annalese Cahill, Evan Nash and Ryan Dhaliwal of We ARE Change were named the winner of the Student Government Association (SGA) election last night.  “We are super happy our hard work paid off. It’s really encouraging to know that the student body is passionate about change and is passionate about a proactive response to things,” Cahill said. We ARE Change beat out AID XU, composed of Derrick Meyer, Ethan Brosnan and Diego Paulido, as well as Voice for Xavier, composed … Continue reading We ARE Change wins SGA election