The Navigator News

November SAB Events: A month in review

Zoe Donovan, Editor-In-Chief

December 3, 2018

Super Mario Party: Not out with the old; still in with the new

John Enright, Reporter

December 1, 2018

Mario Party is an odd love-child between Nintendo’s top mascot and the board games that you and your siblings used to play when you were children that usually resulted in fist-fights. A questionable balance of skill and chance doe...

The Radish: Is water wet?

Trevor Hendryx and Matthew Harvey

September 1, 2018

Navigator news staffers Matt Harvey, and Trevor Hendryx debate one of life's essential questions

Foundational Knowledge: Sublimation

Derby Roan, Managing Editor

April 1, 2017

Sublimation is a scientific phase change where a solid becomes a gas without ever entering the liquid phase. The word sublime comes from a Latin term which translates to "raised to a higher status." One commonly-known example...

Foundational Knowledge: Persuasion

Derby Roan, Managing Editor

April 1, 2017

Persuasion is the act of trying to get someone to understand or agree with your beliefs. This can be applied in everyday conversations, but is especially useful in speeches. Before trying to sway a person’s opinion, one should...


Derby Roan, Managing Editor

April 1, 2017

Socialism is an political and economic system in which goods and products are collectively distributed by the government. In this system, there is no "private property," but rather everything is owned by the state. This term came...

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