Thirteen Communications Students Take on Montreal

By Frankie A. Barrett Contributing Writer On Nov. 17, thirteen students, Dr. Robert McKenzie, and Dr. Kelly McKenzie ventured to Montreal in Québec, Canada. On the trip, we had the luxury of

ESU Celebrates the Holidays

By Nia Scott Staff Writer On Friday, Dec. 2, ESU’s Student Senate hosted an Ugly Sweater Party. It began at 6:00 p.m. in the University Center. The party was held in Commuter

Su Terry Discusses Colorful Jazz Career

By Yaasmeen Piper Staff Writer Wednesday, Nov. 30, Kemp Library hosted “Inside the Mind of a Musician.” The event was brought to us by the Al Cohn Memorial Jazz Collection. The first

Active Minds Club Helps Relieve Students’ Stress

By Jillian Deiley Staff Writer Active Minds club at East Stroudsburg University will be holding their Stress Less, Laugh More event in celebration of finals week approaching. The goal of the event

Senate Collects Teddy Bears for Local Children in Need

By Edita Bardhi Staff Writer While the holidays quickly approach the winter season, ESU’s 17th annual Teddy Bear Drive occurred on Dec. 3 at the Center Court. The event was hosted by

Giving on Giving Tuesday

Contributed by the ESU Foundation The East Stroudsburg University Foundation participated in its first Giving Tuesday on Tuesday, November 29, 2016. Thanks to more than 200 alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents and

New Mascot Teased at Trustees Meeting

By Peggy Diaco Staff Writer “We are not going to reveal the new mascot, it’s a secret,” said President Marcia Welsh regarding the new university and athletic logo and introduction of the

North Dakota Pipeline Vetoed

By Laura Jean Null Staff Writer After nearly two years of battling, the protesters against the North Dakota access pipeline are praising a major victory with the Army Corps announcing a decision

Police Blotter: Dec. 8, 2016

Compiled By: Kayla M. Sutter Managing Editor Note: all names have been omitted. Nov. 21, 11:30 a.m. Indecent Exposure: Kemp Library Parking Lot # 38 – Report of male fonding himself. Nov.

It’s Going to be Okay: Being LGBTQ+ During the Holidays

By Yaasmeen Piper Staff Writer The holidays are just around the corner. For most people, it’s a time you finally bring your special someone to meet your family. Bringing your partner home