Seuss Puts Community Skills to Good Use

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief It might not be Whoville, but East Stroudsburg is home to many whimsical and charitable characters. In recognition of the ESU theatre department’s upcoming production of “Seussical the More »

PA Students from DeSales Temper Grad Application Ails

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Managing Editor On October 14, ESU’s PrePhysician Assistant Club hosted a panel discussion in which current students considering the pursuit of graduate school programs to become physician’s assistants (PAs) More »

Retrenchment Letter Retracted, Music Headed to Moratorium

By John Reed Copy Editor At the beginning of October, administrative officials at ESU withdrew a letter of intent to retrench that was sent to the faculty union on July 30. According More »

And to Think That I Saw it on Normal Street

By Amy Lukac SC Staff Writer Breast cancer survivors joined students from East Stroudsburg University and community members on Thursday, October 9 for the fourteenth annual Pink Light Walk. The walk began More »

If I Ran the Zoo

By Marisa Pagan SC Staff Writer ESU’s political science department, along with their students, the College Republicans, and the American Democracy Project hosted Pennsylvania’s 40th State Senate district candidates, Mark Aurand and More »

 

Seuss Puts Community Skills to Good Use

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief It might not be Whoville, but East Stroudsburg is home to many whimsical and charitable characters. In recognition of the ESU theatre department’s upcoming production of “Seussical the

PA Students from DeSales Temper Grad Application Ails

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Managing Editor On October 14, ESU’s PrePhysician Assistant Club hosted a panel discussion in which current students considering the pursuit of graduate school programs to become physician’s assistants (PAs)

Retrenchment Letter Retracted, Music Headed to Moratorium

By John Reed Copy Editor At the beginning of October, administrative officials at ESU withdrew a letter of intent to retrench that was sent to the faculty union on July 30. According

And to Think That I Saw it on Normal Street

By Amy Lukac SC Staff Writer Breast cancer survivors joined students from East Stroudsburg University and community members on Thursday, October 9 for the fourteenth annual Pink Light Walk. The walk began

If I Ran the Zoo

By Marisa Pagan SC Staff Writer ESU’s political science department, along with their students, the College Republicans, and the American Democracy Project hosted Pennsylvania’s 40th State Senate district candidates, Mark Aurand and

One Trade, Two Trade, We Trade, Free Trade

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor ESU’s Lehigh Valley Center will be hosting a roundtable discussion entitled “US-EU Trade Agreement Negotiations: Truths and Myths.” This discussion will take place on Thursday, October 23,

A Bridge Between Schools Leads to Fewer Fools

By Eric Kump SC Staff Artist On October 2, ESU and Northampton Community College (NCC) signed three articulation agreements for students who started college at NCC and have transferred to ESU. The three

Stony Acres: Free to Use
Tent or Cabin, You Can Choose

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor Stony Acres, owned by all ESU students, is an off-campus facility that is open from dawn until dusk during the entire year. This 119-acre wild refuge and

Animal of the Issue: Dromedary Camel

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer What has big lips, bushy eyebrows, long eyelashes, and one big hump? A Dromedary camel, of course! Dromedary camels are the second largest camel species alive

Marine Science Club Volunteers in Virginia

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer ESU’s Marine Science Club traveled to Wallops Island last weekend to volunteer with an ecosystem restoration and monitoring research project being conducted in Greenbackville, Virginia. In