Members of the cast practice their lines during rehearsal a few days before opening night.

Woolnough to Direct First Musical, ‘Little Women’

Lauren Hayden, Reporter

April 22, 2015

   Telling someone to pretend that he has cotton in his ears may seem strange, but for director Scott Woolnough, this is standard procedure.    “In... READ MORE »»

Students pose for a group photo outside of the TIme Warner Media Lab in New York City.

Students Visit Time Warner Research Labs

Michael Gombita, Reporter

April 22, 2015

   The communications department offered a very special trip to students who have volunteered their time in student media.     Dozens of majors and... READ MORE »»

Juniors Kaitlin Fink and Allison McIntyre stand wih Elaine Halesey, Medical Imaging Department Chair with their Technibowl competition first place trophy.

Medical Imaging Duo Comes Out On Top

Kathryn Canavan , Reporter

April 22, 2015

   Two medical imaging majors placed first at the annual Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists Conference.    Juniors Kaitlin Fink and Allison... READ MORE »»

After speaking about his polar expeditions in Lemmond Theater, Tim Jarvis embraces Dr. Midori Yamnouchi. Yamnouchi sponsors the lecture series that brought Jarvis to campus.

Polar Explorer Teaches Environmental Risk and Responsibility

Courtney Garloff, Editor in Chief

April 8, 2015

The Dr. Midori Yamnouchi Lecture Series exposed students to the life of polar explorer Tim Jarvis who presented “Course of Action: Lessons from a Lifetime... READ MORE »»

From left: Joshua Papp, senior biochemistry major, Rachel Bohn, senior bio premedical major, Dr. Frank DiPino, biology professor, Alexandra Wagner, sophomore medical science major and Alivia Womelsdorf, bio pre-medical at the American Medical Students Association program in Insalaco Hall on Saturday, March 21, 2015.

AMSA Hosts Medical Conference

Colleen Garrison, Copy Editor

April 8, 2015

Dozens of high school and college students attended the American Medical Students Association event at Insalaco Hall March 21. The program, which was hosted by... READ MORE »»

News

Summer Renovations Will Pave Way For Science Building

Mike Gombita/Ryan Foster, Reporter

Multiple campus construction projects set for summer break will improve parking, dining and learning, and some will pave the way for a future science building addition. A... read story

May 6, 2015 • 0 comments

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Campus Life

Philosophy Department To Publish Journal

Alexandria Smith, Reporter

The philosophy department aims to help students publish research before they graduate. A facet of the Living Philosophy Project, the primary goal of the department’s... read story

May 6, 2015 • 0 comments

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Sports

Softball Hits Seven Game Win Streak

Sean Lynch, Reporter

   After sweeping Delaware Valley in a double-header, the softball team has a seven game winning streak.    The Cougars shut out Del Val in both games, winning 11-0 in... read story

April 22, 2015 • 0 comments

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Arts and Entertainment

Woolnough to Direct First Musical, ‘Little Women’

Woolnough to Direct First Musical, ‘Little Women’

Lauren Hayden, Reporter

   Telling someone to pretend that he has cotton in his ears may seem strange, but for director Scott Woolnough, this is standard procedure.    “In the last show I did... read story

April 22, 2015 • 0 comments

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