Woolnough to Direct First Musical, ‘Little Women’

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 the last show I did with Scott,... 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 More »

May 6, 2015

New IT System Requires Learning Curve

Alicia Stavitzski, Reporter

   Information technology workers will train for the university’s new software ...  Read More »

April 22, 2015

Health Sciences Interest Expands; Becomes Admissions Race

April 22, 2015

   The university is growing increasingly popular for majors in the health sciences, and prospective...  Read More »

Students Say Metz Chickened Out

April 8, 2015

Students are crying fowl over changes to dining menus. As a result of student and guest feedback and executive decisions of the management, Metz Culinary...  Read More »

Officials Join Forces on Housing Regulations

April 8, 2015

University officials are working with local municipalities to maintain residential zoning regulations. At the Dallas Township supervisors meeting on March...  Read More »

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Arts and Entertainment

Staff Artist Unveils Mural

Staff Artist Unveils Mural

Michael Gombita, Reporter

Residents of the Rasmussen House have noticed something beautiful in the children’s play room. A large mural, unveiled at the end of March, is the result of an agreement...  Read More »

April 8, 2015

Fashion Digest: Stylin’ n Profilin’

April 8, 2015

New York Fashion Week is the annual event where everyone who is a part of the fashion industry looks at the latest trends. Popular designers...  Read More »

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Sports

Senior Soccer Player Goes Pro

Sean Lynch, Reporter

Senior biology major Nick vonEgypt recently signed a contract to play professional soccer for the Philadelphia Fury of the American Soccer League. Although the ASL was...  Read More »

May 6, 2015

Softball Hits Seven Game Win Streak

April 22, 2015

   After sweeping Delaware Valley in a double-header, the softball...  Read More »

Viti, a junior speech language pathology major, was the recipient of the 2015 NCAA Division III Women’s Indoor Track and Field Elite 89 Award. She was also named with All-American honors.

Viti, Cougars Find Success at Indoor Competitions

April 8, 2015

The men's and women's Track and Field teams look to continue their success as they transition from the indoor season, to...  Read More »

MAC Senior Game Hosts Five Cougars

April 8, 2015

Five players represented the Cougars at the MAC Senior Basketball Game held at Albright College March 15. Joe Busacca (guard),...  Read More »

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