APRIL 2023

The Harlaxton Haze This section of the magazine is created by students currently studying abroad in Harlaxton. Sponsored by Honey+Moon Share With Friends!


Homesickness A Personal Narrative By: Maddy Webb I am not someone who is well versed in the art of travel. The farthest I’ve gone is down south to Florida. I […]

More Than a Show: A Look at Fandoms

Hidden in the corners and hushed whispers of the Internet lingers the home of thousands of superfans, people obsessed with analyzing and interacting with their favorite TV shows, movies, bands, […]

Membership On The Downfall

The Resident Student Association is a crucial part of the University of Evansville’s campus. However, the organization has been struggling since the beginning of the year, and has only since […]

Drag Us down

Drag Us down Chasity Carner      Imagine living a life where every last aspect of your daily routine is monitored, tyrannized, ridiculed and judged. Society walking past you in despair […]

My time in Bruges, the Venice of the North

My time in Bruges, the Venice of the Nort Sam Tarter Nowadays, filmmaker Martin McDonaugh is most known for his most recent directorial effort, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” a film […]

YWCA is on a Mission

YWCA is on a Mission MYIA DANEK The YWCA strives to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice freedom and dignity for all. Established in 1911, this national organization […]

Crescent Sports Report EP5- Padding our Stats

Podcasts The Crescent Sports Report with Troy Schroeder The University of Evansville Student Media team is now producing The Crescent Sports Report, a weekly podcast dedicated to bringing the Evansville […]

What Kind of Traveler Are You?

When traveling, people have different things that they like to see and do. Different places have different things to offer, and not everyone will see the same sights in any […]

That Would Never Happen Here… But it Did

Photo: Tara Ice is pictured with Sierah. In a small town settled on the far outskirts of Toledo, Ohio, a village tallying up just over 630 people was enjoying what began […]