Dr. Robert McKenzie Cuts No Corners, Publishes New Book

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor On October 28, Dr. Robert McKenzie, chair of the communication studies department at ESU, held a book signing at the University Bookstore for his new book, “Rounding More »

ESU Foundation Announces Scholarships

The following information is courtesy of an Official ESU Email and the ESU Foundation Website. Glenn and Sue Ann Reibman Annual Scholarship is available for the 2014/2015 academic year in the amount More »

ESU Students Get Microsoft Office for Free

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief According to an Official ESU Email sent out on October 21, “East Stroudsburg University has teamed with Microsoft to provide you [students] with Office ProPlus.” This package includes More »

Greek Life Cleans the Community

By Robert Rinehart SC Contributing Writer On October 26, over 100 Greek Life members came together on the quad before venturing out to various streets that connect to our campus. The event More »

Discussion on “Neither-Nor”

By Lacy Jones SC Contributing Writer Born in Australia and raised by his father following his mother’s death, Paul Gordon Jacobs inexplicably lost his hearing at the age of four. Although specialists More »

 

Dr. Robert McKenzie Cuts No Corners, Publishes New Book

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor On October 28, Dr. Robert McKenzie, chair of the communication studies department at ESU, held a book signing at the University Bookstore for his new book, “Rounding

ESU Foundation Announces Scholarships

The following information is courtesy of an Official ESU Email and the ESU Foundation Website. Glenn and Sue Ann Reibman Annual Scholarship is available for the 2014/2015 academic year in the amount

ESU Students Get Microsoft Office for Free

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief According to an Official ESU Email sent out on October 21, “East Stroudsburg University has teamed with Microsoft to provide you [students] with Office ProPlus.” This package includes

Greek Life Cleans the Community

By Robert Rinehart SC Contributing Writer On October 26, over 100 Greek Life members came together on the quad before venturing out to various streets that connect to our campus. The event

Discussion on “Neither-Nor”

By Lacy Jones SC Contributing Writer Born in Australia and raised by his father following his mother’s death, Paul Gordon Jacobs inexplicably lost his hearing at the age of four. Although specialists

Dinner with Author Drew Magary

Joseph Fialkowski Copy Editor On Tuesday, November 4, Drew Magary will speak in ESU’s Abeloff Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 PM. He is the author to the novel that has

ESU Homecoming Festivities Instill Warrior Spirit

By Ayana Jones SC Staff Writer Fun sums up the theme for East Stroudsburg University’s Homecoming this past weekend. Homecoming started off on Friday night at the bonfire located in the Rugby

Domestic Violence Awareness in Social Media

By Jasmine Morales SC Contributing Writer With all the media attention for breast cancer awareness, it is often forgotten that October is also the advent of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Supporters don

The Chincoteague Bay Field Station: A Hands-On, Feet-Wet Education for College Students

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer The Chincoteague Bay Field Station, founded in 1968 under the name of the Marine Science Consortium, has purposed itself with educating and inspiring individuals of all

Animal of the Issue: Opossum

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer Opossums are the largest order of marsupials in the Western Hemisphere, and they are the only marsupials in North America. Typically called “possums,” this group of