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Kyle Castner

Pyramids, camels, extreme heat . . . sound familiar? This past May, Cairo, Egypt was a recent travel destination for many Cairn students. I had the opportunity to sit down with my brother, Kyle Castner, who attended the Cairn Egypt trip, and record some of his experiences for The Scroll.

Student teaching frightens just about every education student—but can you imagine teaching in a foreign country, completely alone, in a brand new culture? For Madison Errichetti, this image will be a reality come Fall 2017.   Madison Errichetti just completed her junior year here at Cairn and is venturing into

As my third year at Cairn quickly comes to an end, I feel the need to discuss and reflect on my year-long role as a student ambassador.   Last April, I was recommended to apply for a student worker position in the Welcome Center. Being the extroverted person I am, I

For those of you who may not know, Jess Schnittjer, Senior Editor of The Scroll for three and a half consecutive years, is passing the torch to a new editor come the end of this month. Her legacy as the pioneer of The Scroll online has impacted many aspects of

Cairn University is an institution of many unique, highly qualified individuals stamping their mark on the university.  People do this in many different ways; through academics, athletics, extracurricular activities, and their personalities, they make an impact on their university.  I sat down with Alexander Crawford, a genuine man with a

Not too long ago, I hopped on a plane at LAX (after a six-hour flight from Boston) to take a 14-hour flight to Brisbane, Australia. While writing this, I find myself needing to pause and really soak that in. Until June, I will live here in this beautiful and one-of-a-kind

We are almost finished with the school year; can you believe it? In the season of things ending, I was reminded of how this school year began. In doing so, I wanted to take the opportunity to interview one of the freshmen from this year in order to see what

Macedonia. A trip to Macedonia. Over spring break. Expensive plane tickets on a broke college student’s budget. Traveling overseas in the midst of the busiest semester of my college career. What in the world was I thinking? Here’s the simple answer: I wasn’t thinking. In the fall semester, I kept

Have you ever been given a chance to leave the country? Maybe you adventured to France for a vacation, flew to Uganda for a summer of teaching English, or went to the Niagara Falls for the sake of saying you’ve been there. All those examples are great reasons to see

We all know that collegiate athletes are recruited for our athletics from across the country, but did you know that our school even has athletes recruited from different continents? After hearing that the softball team recruited a pitcher from Guam, I had to find what brought her all the way