University Senate Holds First Meeting, First Ever Student VP Elected

By John Reed SC Staff Writer Monday, September 15, marked the first meeting of the University Senate for the Fall 2014 semester. This was the first of four roundtables that are scheduled More »

ESU Breaks Bonds with Chemistry and Forces Out Physics Faculty

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer During the 2013 to 2014 academic year, there were several proposed changes to the budget and faculty at ESU. The chemistry and physics programs were two More »

Career Development Center: Shooting for Success

By Kendrick Diaz SC Staff Writer Daria Wielebinski helps ESU student Andrew DeCredico write a resume. Prospective graduate students should mark their calendars for September 23. Dr. Glenn C. Geiser-Getz, the director More »

Lithuanian Ambassador to Visit ESU

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor ESU’s Professor Kurt Wimer International Lecture Series will be hosting Dr. Zygimantas Pavilionis, the Lithuanian Ambassador to the United States, on Wednesday, September 24. The event, which More »

Colleges Collaborate Curriculums for Easy Transfers

By John Reed SC Staff Writer Thursday, September 25, East Stroudsburg University and Raritan Valley Community College will officially enter into two articulation agreements. These agreements are for the following programs: Sport More »

 

University Senate Holds First Meeting, First Ever Student VP Elected

By John Reed SC Staff Writer Monday, September 15, marked the first meeting of the University Senate for the Fall 2014 semester. This was the first of four roundtables that are scheduled

ESU Breaks Bonds with Chemistry and Forces Out Physics Faculty

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer During the 2013 to 2014 academic year, there were several proposed changes to the budget and faculty at ESU. The chemistry and physics programs were two

Career Development Center: Shooting for Success

By Kendrick Diaz SC Staff Writer Daria Wielebinski helps ESU student Andrew DeCredico write a resume. Prospective graduate students should mark their calendars for September 23. Dr. Glenn C. Geiser-Getz, the director

Lithuanian Ambassador to Visit ESU

By Lian Mlodzienski News Editor ESU’s Professor Kurt Wimer International Lecture Series will be hosting Dr. Zygimantas Pavilionis, the Lithuanian Ambassador to the United States, on Wednesday, September 24. The event, which

Colleges Collaborate Curriculums for Easy Transfers

By John Reed SC Staff Writer Thursday, September 25, East Stroudsburg University and Raritan Valley Community College will officially enter into two articulation agreements. These agreements are for the following programs: Sport

Preventing the Perils of Procrastination

By Eric Kump SC Staff Writer Last Thursday’s B.A.L.A.N.C.E. workshop “Delay and You Could Pay” focused on helping students to make goals and lists to achieve success. Kelly McKenzie, the advisor for

New Dean Brings New Ideas to College of Health Sciences

By Michael R. Kelly SC Staff Writer Dr. Alberto Cardelle has been appointed to the position of Dean of the College of Health Sciences at ESU. “The Dean of the College of

ESU’s Northeast Wildlife DNA Laboratory Contributes to State Legislation

By Rebecca Jasulevicz Science Editor The woods of Monroe County possess a small but potentially deadly arachnid: the tick. While the tick itself is not dangerous, it can carry bacteria and protozoans

Growing Glowing Gardens: Luminous Leaves To Light Up Your Living Room

By William Cameron SC Contributing Writer If you find weekly plant watering more appealing than monthly electric bills, you aren’t alone. In response to a thriving crowdfunding initiative on Kickstarter.com, the world’s

ESU Celebrates Latino Heritage Month With Second Annual Film Festival

By Susan Ambrose SC Contributing Writer Latino Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15. ESU is celebrating with a film festival to highlight recent works from Latin America, Spain, and