Matt Tobin Reflects on His Career

By Ronald Hanaki Sports Editor On Monday, March 23, it was announced that ESU senior and basketball team point guard Matt Tobin made the NABC Atlantic Region first team. Tobin was named More »

Alumnus Who Is Blind to Speak at ESU

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer With lab reports, practicals, exams, and papers, college may be tough at times! You may also be involved in university clubs, off-campus organizations, and employment. Imagine More »

Get to Know Millie Román-Buday

By William M. Botts SC Contributing Writer It’s not every day you see a grown man cry. Millie Román-Buday has. It is 6:00 PM Saturday evening and well past her office hours. More »

Get in Touch with Your Wild Side

By Amy Lukac Opinion Editor Lions, tigers and bears! Oh my! Are you an animal lover? Is your favorite animal something wild? Well, this trip from ESU will make you roar. On More »

Is the “Queen Bee” a Feminist?

By Taylor Kent SC Contributing Writer In honor of National Women’s Month and on behalf of East Stroudsburg University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, Yianna Hernandez and Efia King held a discussion entitled More »

 

Matt Tobin Reflects on His Career

By Ronald Hanaki Sports Editor On Monday, March 23, it was announced that ESU senior and basketball team point guard Matt Tobin made the NABC Atlantic Region first team. Tobin was named

Alumnus Who Is Blind to Speak at ESU

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer With lab reports, practicals, exams, and papers, college may be tough at times! You may also be involved in university clubs, off-campus organizations, and employment. Imagine

Get to Know Millie Román-Buday

By William M. Botts SC Contributing Writer It’s not every day you see a grown man cry. Millie Román-Buday has. It is 6:00 PM Saturday evening and well past her office hours.

Get in Touch with Your Wild Side

By Amy Lukac Opinion Editor Lions, tigers and bears! Oh my! Are you an animal lover? Is your favorite animal something wild? Well, this trip from ESU will make you roar. On

Is the “Queen Bee” a Feminist?

By Taylor Kent SC Contributing Writer In honor of National Women’s Month and on behalf of East Stroudsburg University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, Yianna Hernandez and Efia King held a discussion entitled

Students Speak Out About Sexual Assault

By Nicholas Chidiac SC Contributing Writer On Thursday, April 2, the V.O.I.C.E. Center and the Calliope Literary Magazine are joining forces to honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month with an art show and

Chemistry Club Inspires Students with Science

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer On March 19, the Chemistry Club traveled to local elementary school Msgr. McHugh, located near Mount Pocono.  There, they brought the excitement of chemistry to the

Animal of the Issue: Meerkat

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer Almost ten years ago, the show “Meerkat Manor” was one of the most viewed shows on educational television, reaching its peak on Animal Planet in 2007.

Biocolloquium: Lacawac Sanctuary to Present Today

By Amelia Tognoli SC Contributing Writer This semester’s Biocolloquium Series, hosted by the Biology Department, will start up this afternoon, March 27, at 4:00 PM in Kurtz Lecture Hall of the Moore

Nature Inspires Art Galleries

By Melissa Valentovic SC Contributing Writer A Voice For the Earth The Origins Gallery in Stroudsburg presents “A Voice For the Earth,” a nature-themed open art show on March 28 from 6:00