Cultures Commingle in the Chinese Corner

By Nia Scott SC Contributing Writer The Chinese Corner, a club where Chinese students can meet and interact with American students, is new to ESU. It is the only club on campus More »

Farmers Market Offers Fresh Fruits, Flowers, and More

By Kathleen Kraemer Copy Editor-in-Chief The Monroe Farmers Market, which began in Stroudsburg in 1979, is open for business once again. On May 2, the market opened for its second year in More »

Auditor General Report: PASSHE Schools Need Some Improvements

By John Reed SC Staff Writer On April 27, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said the most recent audit of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education indicates a need to see improvement More »

International Groups Celebrate

By Ayana Jones SC Contributing Writer The International Student Organization (ISO) Festival, which took place Saturday April 25, had a great turn out this year as students from different cultural backgrounds gathered More »

Thank You to the ESU Police from Kappa Delta Rho

By Paul Novak SC Contributing Writer Yet again, another fraternity is in the news. But wait, not every time a fraternity makes the news is for something bad. Recently, Kappa Delta Rho More »

 

Cultures Commingle in the Chinese Corner

By Nia Scott SC Contributing Writer The Chinese Corner, a club where Chinese students can meet and interact with American students, is new to ESU. It is the only club on campus

Farmers Market Offers Fresh Fruits, Flowers, and More

By Kathleen Kraemer Copy Editor-in-Chief The Monroe Farmers Market, which began in Stroudsburg in 1979, is open for business once again. On May 2, the market opened for its second year in

Auditor General Report: PASSHE Schools Need Some Improvements

By John Reed SC Staff Writer On April 27, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said the most recent audit of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education indicates a need to see improvement

International Groups Celebrate

By Ayana Jones SC Contributing Writer The International Student Organization (ISO) Festival, which took place Saturday April 25, had a great turn out this year as students from different cultural backgrounds gathered

Thank You to the ESU Police from Kappa Delta Rho

By Paul Novak SC Contributing Writer Yet again, another fraternity is in the news. But wait, not every time a fraternity makes the news is for something bad. Recently, Kappa Delta Rho

Sports Management Club Fundraises with First Ever 5K

By Susan Ambrose SC Contributing Writer On Sunday, April 26, ESU’s Sports Management Club (SMGT) held their first ever 5K walk/run to benefit the St. Baldrick’s foundation for pediatric cancer. The Sports

From Rocky Beginnings to Promising Futures

By Oksana Smoliniec SC Staff Writer With charisma and humility, Karim Saadoune smiled at me, a sparkle in his eyes and asked if there was anything else I needed to know after

Visit the Delaware Water Gap

By Kathleen Kraemer Copy Editor-in-Chief The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is celebrating its fiftieth birthday this year! Congress established the park in 1965 in an attempt to “preserve the natural,

Facing the Final Frontier: Yale Astronomer Visits ESU

By William Cameron SC Contributing Writer A crowd had gathered for Yale’s astronomy professor, Dr. Debra Fischer, who was this year’s keynote speaker for the Student Research and Creative Activity Symposium. The

Animal of the Issue: How to Choose a Reptile

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer In 2013, about 3 percent of pets were reptiles. “Reptiles” consist of many different critters with vastly varying characteristics. Some have legs while some do not.