Drew and Dominique to Run
Unopposed for Student Senate

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief From April 20 to 22, the Student Senate will hold general elections for new membership. The petitions are in and over 80 students are running to fill 37 More »

Fried Recites Poetry

By Amy Lukac Opinion Editor On April 16, students and professors flooded Beers Lecture Hall to witness nationally recognized poet Daisy Fried recite poetry. “This is a very beautiful day to be More »

Students Make Art and Organs

By Leah Morrison SC Contributing Writer 3D printers are an up-andcoming medium of the art world. On Friday, ESU students attended a 3D printing convention in New York City. Projects in this More »

Fraternities Come Together for Community

By Phuong Le SC Contributing Writer Recently, there has been a lot of negative publicity for fraternities. Even before that, there was the typical “frat boy” stereotype. On April 3, East Stroudsburg More »

Spring into Mud at Stony Acres

By Susan Ambrose SC Contributing Writer Stony Acres Presents: Muddy Madness. It’s spring and here, at ESU, April showers are bringing not only flowers, but also mud runs! Stony Acres will be More »

 

Drew and Dominique to Run
Unopposed for Student Senate

By Jamie Reese Editor-in-Chief From April 20 to 22, the Student Senate will hold general elections for new membership. The petitions are in and over 80 students are running to fill 37

Fried Recites Poetry

By Amy Lukac Opinion Editor On April 16, students and professors flooded Beers Lecture Hall to witness nationally recognized poet Daisy Fried recite poetry. “This is a very beautiful day to be

Students Make Art and Organs

By Leah Morrison SC Contributing Writer 3D printers are an up-andcoming medium of the art world. On Friday, ESU students attended a 3D printing convention in New York City. Projects in this

Fraternities Come Together for Community

By Phuong Le SC Contributing Writer Recently, there has been a lot of negative publicity for fraternities. Even before that, there was the typical “frat boy” stereotype. On April 3, East Stroudsburg

Spring into Mud at Stony Acres

By Susan Ambrose SC Contributing Writer Stony Acres Presents: Muddy Madness. It’s spring and here, at ESU, April showers are bringing not only flowers, but also mud runs! Stony Acres will be

Students Research Local Water Quality

By Chris Powers SC Contributing Writer As part of a collaborative effort to conserve and restore the Delaware River watershed, ESU professor of biology Dr. Paul Wilson recently received a grant from

Animal of the Issue: Bengal Tiger

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer With its bright orange coat painted with black stripes, the Bengal tiger is one of the most easily distinguishable big cats. The big cat classification is

Earth Day Welcomes Pocono Wildlife Center

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer Each spring, nature welcomes a new generation of animals into the world. Many of these baby animals will find themselves in need of human assistance. The

Get in Touch With Your Emotional Side

By Amanda Schreck SC Staff Writer Has music or a movie ever made you feel so many emotions all at once? Well, opera has done that for over four hundred years across

ESU’s Senior Seminar & Portfolio Art Exhibition

By Madison Petro SC Staff Writer From April 22 until May 6, senior art and design students will display their work in the Madelon Power Gallery in the Fine and Performing Arts