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Student’s One Act Play Explores Relationships

Student’s One Act Play Explores Relationships

December 13, 2018

An Honors student's one-act play is set for a formal performance next semester. Adam Ercolani , senior...

Understanding Through Dialogue at ‘Food for Thought’

Erin O'Brien, Reporter

December 13, 2018

Filed under News, On Campus Events

Students were thinking, but they weren't necessarily looking for answers at the "Food for Thought" event held  by the Department of Philosophy Nov. 27 in the McGowan Room of the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library. The department holds the event twice each year, said philosophy professor Krisztnia Sajber. "Our goal is to provide...

A Light in a Dark Room

Ayanna Dexter, Columnist

November 8, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Your words tear down the wall that I have held up with titanium. Your love is my Kryptonite and I yearn for it every chance I get. It’s such a disbelief that you choose me out of all the rest. You’ve made me your target and I’m frightened to let you hit.  I’m sorry.  I’m just not use to all the good you hav...

Sleepy

Daniella Amendola, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Another day, another hour, Tipping the glass on its head. I wait, I waited, breath bated, For tonight, for tomorrow, For a piece of peace of mind.   If the sands pour faster, And it doesn’t end in disaster, I will wake up from my daze And find cicadas screeching Perpetually behind my eyes.   I...

Players Present ‘Nicholas Nickleby

Zoe LaPorte, Multimedia Editor

November 8, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Breaking News, Campus Life, News, On Campus Events, Top Stories

'A coming-of-age tale filled with laughs, tears, and life lessons, the Players will perform “Nicholas Nickleby,” a full-length adaptation  of the Charles Dickens novel, by Tim Kelly in November. The cast of nearly 25 actors have rehearsed since the beginning of September. Now, with less than a week until show time, the...

Criticize Me

Ayanna Dexter, Columnist

October 23, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

You don't know anything about me.  You haven't walked the path I've walked. You haven't spent hours, days, weeks, months, or years in my shoes to tell me about myself.  You have not been through any trials I've been through that have molded me into who I am.  You don't matter, your opinion means nothing. How could you seem so nic...

New Art Exhibit: What Constitutes a Portrait?

Chase Shustack, Reporter

October 23, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Feature Story

“Contemplating Character: Portrait Drawings and Oil Sketches” is the newest art installation in Insalaco Hall’s Pauly Friedman and MacDonald Art Gallery. The installation showcases a variety of portraits, sketches and paintings, assembled over the course of decades, exploring multiple styles from the end of the 18th century to...

Friends of Library to Tell Uniquely American Tale

Friends of Library to Tell Uniquely American Tale

Iana Davis, Reporter

October 23, 2018

Filed under News, On Campus Events, Top Stories

The Friends of the Library invites students to learn about the inspiring life journey of Iran Fahmy Oct....

A Night of Bob Ross

Annette Ritzko, Web-Editor

October 12, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Web Exclusive

Ariana Kampfe, junior occupational therapy major,  Ashley Strausser, junior psychology pre-DPT major, and Nicole Giammarino, sophomore communications major, held a "Bob Ross" painting program on Tuesday, Oct. 9 in Insalaco. They showed the Bob Ross episode "Shades of Grey" and provided canvases, brushes, and paint for a...

Professor/Actor Makes ‘Art for Social Justice’ and Fun

Kailene Nye, Reporter

October 8, 2018

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

Dr. Alicia Nordstrom, professor of psychology and chair of the psychology department is a fairly well accomplished actress on both stage and screen. The clinical psychologist found her passion for theatre and acting during middle school. “I took a drama class and I just really fell in love with it,” she said. She...

“Press Play”

Ayanna Dexter, Columnist

September 24, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns

"Press Play" I don't know how to press the stop button. There's nothing more that I want to do than rewind all of the moments that we've shared in such little time. When I wake up it's you, I go to sleep it's you, I don't know how to press the stop button. My heart is melting out of my chest. My mind is stimulating at 1000 mph ...

Communications Alumni Wins Emmy Award

Communications Alumni Wins Emmy Award

Samantha Midkiff, Reporter

September 23, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Feature Story, News, Top Stories

Communications program graduate Nicolas Ciocchi (2016), won a 2017 Emmy Award for Sports Broadcasting...

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