Student Spotlight: JUTN students share plans for Thanksgiving

What are your plans for Thanksgiving? “My plans for Thanksgiving are to go home and see family and friends,” Joe Hilty, a freshman from Portland, Ind., said. “I’m going to go home and spend time with my family and I’m really excited,” Alex Gillespie, a freshman, said. “I might go to Illinois and spend time … Read moreStudent Spotlight: JUTN students share plans for Thanksgiving

Profiles on the 2020 candidates…so far

Below is a comprehensive list of everyone who has officially declared they are running for president in 2020 as of March 23, 2019. As more candidates declare their candidacy, the Scribe will put out articles introducing them as well. For each candidate, listed is their age, state, party, experience and their stances on education, gun … Read moreProfiles on the 2020 candidates…so far

SOTU: a welcome change, changes 2020 election set up (Opinion)

On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address. As I read the transcript after the fact, I was shocked and surprised. I was shocked at how much cross party appeal there was and how much he applauded the work of not only his administration but also the work of … Read moreSOTU: a welcome change, changes 2020 election set up (Opinion)

JU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference

This past week, two JU students and a professor had the opportunity to attend the United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference in Annapolis, Md. The theme of this year’s conference, “Inside Out Leadership”, was primarily focused on helping leaders know themselves first so that they could better lead those they’re in  charge of. There were … Read moreJU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference