Faculty and Students Seek to Save Music

By Kathleen Kraemer Copy Editor-in-Chief “This is one of the most horrendous things we‘ve heard happening to any of our 14 public universities in Pennsylvania,” said Dr. Nancy VanArsdale, ESU’s Chapter President More »

University Dance Company to Perform This Weekend

By Crystal Smith A&E Editor From November 20 to 22, the University Dance Company will present their fall concert in the Abeloff Center for the Performing Arts. Performances are scheduled for 7:00 More »

Ana Gasteyer to Visit the Pocono Community Theater

By Amy Lukac SC Staff Writer On November 22 at 4:00 PM, the star of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” and Broadway’s “Wicked,” Ana Gasteyer, will perform live at the Pocono Community Theater. More »

ESU Professor Takes an Active Role in Understanding Pop Culture

By William Cameron SC Contributing Writer The constant bombardment of information is an inescapable consequence of living in the modern world. The long-reaching influence of pop culture goes far beyond the basic More »

Karen Bernhard to Present Semester’s Last Biocolloquium

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer Tomorrow, on November 21, the final Biocolloquium of the semester will take place in Kurtz Lecture Hall at 4:00 PM. Karen Bernhard of the Penn State More »

 

Faculty and Students Seek to Save Music

By Kathleen Kraemer Copy Editor-in-Chief “This is one of the most horrendous things we‘ve heard happening to any of our 14 public universities in Pennsylvania,” said Dr. Nancy VanArsdale, ESU’s Chapter President

University Dance Company to Perform This Weekend

By Crystal Smith A&E Editor From November 20 to 22, the University Dance Company will present their fall concert in the Abeloff Center for the Performing Arts. Performances are scheduled for 7:00

Ana Gasteyer to Visit the Pocono Community Theater

By Amy Lukac SC Staff Writer On November 22 at 4:00 PM, the star of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” and Broadway’s “Wicked,” Ana Gasteyer, will perform live at the Pocono Community Theater.

ESU Professor Takes an Active Role in Understanding Pop Culture

By William Cameron SC Contributing Writer The constant bombardment of information is an inescapable consequence of living in the modern world. The long-reaching influence of pop culture goes far beyond the basic

Karen Bernhard to Present Semester’s Last Biocolloquium

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer Tomorrow, on November 21, the final Biocolloquium of the semester will take place in Kurtz Lecture Hall at 4:00 PM. Karen Bernhard of the Penn State

Native American History Month

By Eric Kump SC Staff Writer Last Tuesday, the Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted the Native American Contributions presentation. Carla and Allen Messinger of the Lenni Lenape Tribe shared traditional tools, customs,

Walk or Run for Fundraiser 5K

By Susan Ambrose SC Staff Writer On your mark, get set, go! Work off those Thanksgiving pounds and get ready for the holiday season with the Jingle Bell Walk/Run event! East Stroudsburg

Physics Department Makes the Grade

By Christopher Cocuzza SC Staff Writer Last semester, the ESU physics department administered the Educational Testing Service (ETS) Major Field Test. Several junior and senior physics students took the test, and the

Dr. Howard Whidden: Interdisciplinary Biologist

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer Dr. Howard Whidden, a professor of biology at East Stroudsburg University, is the school’s resident mammalogist. Although he is primarily a mammalogist, Dr. Whidden has a

Animal of the Issue: Chickens

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer The most common farm animal in the world is the chicken. It is estimated that there are over 20 billion chickens living on Earth at any