Review | Milk and Honey Ciders

KATARINA PODEWILS • [email protected] • Milk and Honey Cider offers a wide variety of fresh pressed ciders to try.

Junior The Record editor Katarina Podewils reviews drinks from Milk and Honey Ciders

By Katarina Podewils
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Many may not know that there is a hidden gem found here in St. Joseph, and that gem’s name is Milk and Honey Ciders.

Milk and Honey Ciders, previously located in Cold Spring, opened a new
taproom in St. Joseph this past August. According to co-owner Peter Gillitzer, the decision to move appeared to be more fruitful for business. (more…)

Television Series Review | Binge worthy science fiction shows for Thanksgiving break

JILLIAN SCHULZ • [email protected] • Thanksgiving break gives students the chance to catch up on some much needed Neflix or Hulu binging.

By Meredith Jarchow
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Thanksgiving is a time for family, football and food. But it’s also a time to avoid your grandma asking why you haven’t met a nice young man yet, or your Uncle Steve bringing up uncomfortable political topics.

My suggestion? Hide yourself away in your room and binge watch that Netflix or Hulu series you’ve been meaning to, while also avoiding homework. (more…)

Alter Boyz take the stage

Alter Boyz take the stage

By Katarina Podewils
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Alter Boyz, a comedy sketch group on campus, is performing a show at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Stephen B. Humphrey Theater.

The show the group plans to perform will consist of approximately ten skits that all range about five minutes in length. There is an overarching theme that connects the skits all together, and SJU member Zachary Brown explains that the show should appeal to CSB/SJU students. (more…)

History Column | Stella Maris Chapel, a history of its beginnings

COURTESY OF SJU SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY • Above is a postcard image of Stella Maris Chapel.

By Steph Haeg
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There might be a dusting of snow on the ground, but that doesn’t mean that the view of Stella Maris is any less breathtaking during the winter. The Chapel Walk is a time honored tradition here at CSB/SJU, but why is there a chapel out on the other side of the lake? (more…)

Film Review | ‘It’ does not live up to the horror hype

By Mikolaj Puszcza-Szydlowski
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Like many other horror fans, I looked forward to the release of the new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel, ‘It’—a story of a ‘gang’ of suburban 12 year olds, fighting one of the most memorable antagonists in horror literature, the titular demonic entity, embodying childhood fears, in the guise of Pennywise, the Dancing Clown. (more…)