DTFs applaud ESU Dance Team

By Jessica Willner SC Staff Writer Are you DTF? A Dance Team Fan, that is. ESU’s dance team held its 2014 showcase on Saturday, April 12, and Sunday, April 13 in the More »

un-FIT requirement

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer Provost Van Reidhead announced late Tuesday night that he has “waived the FIT requirement for individual students who graduate in Summer 2014 and forward.” The decision More »

Siamsa Irish Pub to host an AWSOM event

By Jamie Reese Asst. Editor-in-Chief On Tuesday, April 22, Siamsa will hold a charity event to support the Animal Welfare Society of Monroe County (AWSOM) and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monroe More »

ESU professors present their research at the CETL conference

By Ronald Hanaki SC Staff Writer The Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) Conference took place on Thursday, April 10 in Monroe Hall. The CETL Conference is a mini-conference on More »

ESU’s Feminist Alliance “Takes Back the Night”

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer ESU’s Feminist Alliance, in conjunction with The Women’s Resources of Monroe County, held their annual “Take Back the Night,” and marched against sexual violence and sexual More »

 

DTFs applaud ESU Dance Team

By Jessica Willner SC Staff Writer Are you DTF? A Dance Team Fan, that is. ESU’s dance team held its 2014 showcase on Saturday, April 12, and Sunday, April 13 in the

un-FIT requirement

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer Provost Van Reidhead announced late Tuesday night that he has “waived the FIT requirement for individual students who graduate in Summer 2014 and forward.” The decision

Siamsa Irish Pub to host an AWSOM event

By Jamie Reese Asst. Editor-in-Chief On Tuesday, April 22, Siamsa will hold a charity event to support the Animal Welfare Society of Monroe County (AWSOM) and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monroe

ESU professors present their research at the CETL conference

By Ronald Hanaki SC Staff Writer The Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) Conference took place on Thursday, April 10 in Monroe Hall. The CETL Conference is a mini-conference on

ESU’s Feminist Alliance “Takes Back the Night”

By Verones Padilla SC Staff Writer ESU’s Feminist Alliance, in conjunction with The Women’s Resources of Monroe County, held their annual “Take Back the Night,” and marched against sexual violence and sexual

Synergies and Entrepreneurship

By Valentina Caval Editor-in-Chief Some college students could never work for someone else’s dreams. They grow up to be their own bosses instead. On Thursday, ESU students learned how to become their

Kemp Library to set a sustainability reading list

By Scott Bradley For The Stroud Courier  For the past few months, the Sustainability Commission has examined how to bring its message to a wider audience. In looking at the topic, the

Marine Science Club Mentorship Program

By Chris Powers SC Staff Writer This semester, ESU’s Marine Science Club started a mentorship program with its fish tanks and biodiversity laboratories. The main purpose of this program is to introduce

Animal of the Issue: Giant Panda

By Briana Magistro SC Staff Writer  In today’s culture, pandas can be found on any kind of merchandise due to their rarity. They are the symbol for the World Wildlife Foundation, as

Dr. Steve Mech to present on ecological genetics

By Zachary Gotthardt SC Staff Writer On Friday, April 18, Dr. Steve Mech of Albright College will be presenting his work on ecological genetics for the final biocolloquium of the spring semester.