New Warrior Shuttle Pilot Program:

Free Student Transportation at Night on Weekends

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief The university is currently conducting a pilot shuttle program that will allow students to travel around Stroudsburg on the weekends. The five-weeklong pilot started on February 5. According to Dr. Brenda Friday, More »

Council of Trustees Convene

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Managing Editor Members of ESU’s administration, faculty, staff, and student body convened yesterday, February 19, for the semester’s first Council of Trustees meeting. The council’s first order of business was to address More »

Senators Seek Solutions for Many Missed Mondays

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief On February 16, the University Senate met in Lower Dansbury Commons for their monthly meeting. Among other things, they discussed ideas to rectify the many Mondays missed this semester due to More »

Making Major Decisions

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor On Thursday, February 26, East Stroudsburg University will be holding the Majors and Minors Fair. This event will take place in Rosenkrans from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM More »

Big Changes for Small Businesses

By Eric Kump Assistant News Editor On February 5, Michael T. Kane was elected as deputy director for the United States Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania District Office, which is responsible for More »

 

New Warrior Shuttle Pilot Program:

Free Student Transportation at Night on Weekends

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief The university is currently conducting a pilot shuttle program that will allow students to travel around Stroudsburg on the weekends. The five-weeklong pilot started on February 5. According to Dr. Brenda Friday,

Council of Trustees Convene

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Managing Editor Members of ESU’s administration, faculty, staff, and student body convened yesterday, February 19, for the semester’s first Council of Trustees meeting. The council’s first order of business was to address

Senators Seek Solutions for Many Missed Mondays

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief On February 16, the University Senate met in Lower Dansbury Commons for their monthly meeting. Among other things, they discussed ideas to rectify the many Mondays missed this semester due to

Making Major Decisions

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor On Thursday, February 26, East Stroudsburg University will be holding the Majors and Minors Fair. This event will take place in Rosenkrans from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM

Big Changes for Small Businesses

By Eric Kump Assistant News Editor On February 5, Michael T. Kane was elected as deputy director for the United States Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania District Office, which is responsible for

Pre-Physician Assistant Club Prepares Students for Life After ESU

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Managing Editor Are you interested in a career where you can help others in a hospital, clinic, or physician’s office? The Pre-Physician Assistant Club can help prepare you for

Biology Club Plans Exciting Spring Semester

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer ESU’s Biology Department is one of the largest and most prolific departments on campus. One outlet for student-based activity in the department is the Biology Club.

Animal of the Issue: Galapagos Tortoise

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer Have you ever heard of the famous biologist and explorer Charles Darwin, who traveled on the British exploration vessel “The Beagle?” I am sure you have!

Delta Chi Kicking Reps and Taking Names

By Phuong Le SC Contributing Writer What defines a “frat boy?” Is it an individual who parties, skips class and has his parents pay for everything? Or is it someone who devotes

United for the Unity March to Selma

By Tambria Lee SC Contributing Writer On February 11, the African American Heritage Month Committee, ESU Student Senate, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs teamed up to provide student with “A Unity