ESU Theatre Department Brings Down the House

By Jamie Reese Asst. Editor-in-Chief There was no place like Fine Arts this weekend as the East Stroudsburg University Theatre Department presented “The Wizard of Oz” from April 24 to April 27. More »

APSCUF elects Mash to serve as president

By Victoria Krukenkamp Managing Editor State APSCUF Vice-President Dr. Kenneth Mash, ESU Professor of Political Science, now holds a new title — APSCUF President. Mash will represent approximately 6,000 faculty and coaches More »

Student Senate calls for a re-vote

By Valentina Caval Editor-in-Chief An email from ESU’s Student Senate flooded students’ inboxes last Sunday evening, as a paper ballot re-vote for both presidential and vice presidential candidates was announced to take More »

Theta Chi brothers out for blood

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer On Thursday, April 26, the Brothers of Theta Chi Fraternity cohosted a blood drive with The American Red Cross in the Keystone Room. The Keystone Room More »

ESU gets a little wild

By Alexandra Smith SC Contributing Writer Where does one find a plethora of free food, face painting, live animals, and an inflatable obstacle course—for adults? If you said East Stroudsburg University’s annual More »

 

A Special Speech Communications Class: Coming Very Soon

By Glenn Geiser-Getz For The Stroud Courier Dr. Glenn Geiser-Getz, Professor of Communication Studies, will teach a special section of CMST 111 GE: Speech Communication this summer that may be of interest

ESU Theatre Department Brings Down the House

By Jamie Reese Asst. Editor-in-Chief There was no place like Fine Arts this weekend as the East Stroudsburg University Theatre Department presented “The Wizard of Oz” from April 24 to April 27.

APSCUF elects Mash to serve as president

By Victoria Krukenkamp Managing Editor State APSCUF Vice-President Dr. Kenneth Mash, ESU Professor of Political Science, now holds a new title — APSCUF President. Mash will represent approximately 6,000 faculty and coaches

Student Senate calls for a re-vote

By Valentina Caval Editor-in-Chief An email from ESU’s Student Senate flooded students’ inboxes last Sunday evening, as a paper ballot re-vote for both presidential and vice presidential candidates was announced to take

Theta Chi brothers out for blood

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer On Thursday, April 26, the Brothers of Theta Chi Fraternity cohosted a blood drive with The American Red Cross in the Keystone Room. The Keystone Room

ESU gets a little wild

By Alexandra Smith SC Contributing Writer Where does one find a plethora of free food, face painting, live animals, and an inflatable obstacle course—for adults? If you said East Stroudsburg University’s annual

Rotaract Club gives back to the community

By Katie Kraemer SC Contributing Writer      “I have always been interested in helping a cause greater than my own, and so I was immediately drawn to Rotary,” said Jamie Reese,

Computer Science Department gets new chairperson

By Ronald Hanaki SC Staff Writer      On Wednesday, April 23, ESU’s computer science department elected Dr. Christine Hofmeister to become its new chair. In so doing, Professor Hofmeister will be

Katie Barnes gauges health of eastern hemlock forests

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer ESU graduate student Katie Barnes defended her graduate thesis last Friday, April 25, in Kurtz Lecture Hall. This thesis was a defense of her work at

Animal of the Issue: Green Violetear Hummingbird

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer Hummingbirds are some of the world’s smallest birds. In fact, the Bee Hummingbird measures only two inches tall. They can flap their wings up to 200