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Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Koziar’s Christmas Village

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Koziar’s Christmas Village

November 30

A much-needed winter break is heading our way. (Less than a month away, people!) I felt for this issue...

Alumnus: Students Must Be Better to Work in Sports

Alumnus: Students Must Be Better to Work in Sports

November 30

The 14th Annual Sport Management Round Table Discussion brought together students, sports managers, sales...

Young Performers Invited to Academy

Young Performers Invited to Academy

November 30

Children ages six and up can receive vocal, drama, dance and music training at The Performing Arts Training...

Play Preview: ‘And Then There Were None’

Play Preview: ‘And Then There Were None’

November 11

The Misericordia Players will present Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery ‘And Then There Were...

Poetry Reading Draws Students

Annette Ritzko, Reporter

November 11

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Students, faculty and community members shared their poems on topics ranging from nature to love. Some were comical while others tugged on the heartstrings. Students and faculty attended the poetry reading in the Founder’s Room on Oct. 28 to share their art, gain moral support, and even get some extra credit in their English...

Miller To Give Lecture on Great Earnest Hemingway

Miller To Give Lecture on Great Earnest Hemingway

Daniella Amendola, Reporter

November 11

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, On Campus Events

The English department will open its doors to a lecturer who specializes in the work of Ernest Hemingway. Dr....

‘Hauntingly Beautiful” Sound to Fill Library

‘Hauntingly Beautiful” Sound to Fill Library

October 28

The Friends of the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library  will host a presentation on woodland flutes featuring...

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Frances Slocum State Park

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Frances Slocum State Park

Jen Mathiesen, Web Editor

October 28

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, Columns

This fall’s burst of color has reached its peak, and the foliage is beautiful and eye-catching. A lot...

Prosecutor Recounts Events of Nuremberg Trials

Melissa Hackett, Reporter

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Faculty and students were touched by the original documentary, “An Interview with Benjamin B. Ferencz,” which came about as a result of a chance conversation between faculty members. Ferencz, the film’s subject, is the last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials. The idea for the documentary came about from...

Monks Teach About Life

Monks Teach About Life

Annette Ritzko, Reporter

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, Top Stories

Faculty, students, staff and residents of the region enthusiastically turned out to learn about the culture...

Running Wild with Jen Mathiesen: Roba Family Farms

Running Wild with Jen Mathiesen: Roba Family Farms

Jen Mathiesen, Web Editor

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, Columns

Of all of the seasons, fall is undeniably my favorite. Not only is the weather perfect (I like those...

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: The Lands at Hillside Farms

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: The Lands at Hillside Farms

September 16

All I have heard in my three years here is, “There is nothing to do around here,” or “Why did I...

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