News & Features

DeSales’ website revamps its look

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief In this new fall semester, the DeSales website was given a fresh update. The new website was constructed to give students, faculty and prospective students a simpler time navigating through the website. “Our last change was in 2012,” said Director of Web … Read More

God the Mother, please stay away

By Christopher Shaddock Editor-In-Chief On Feb. 19 an email sent by DeSales Chief of Police, Steven Marshall, to the students of DeSales indicated a possibility of a cult-like group, called World Mission Society Church of God, approaching the campus. This speculative possibility is in response … Read More

New year brings new president for DeSales

Clare Brossman  Staff Writer On Jan. 1, the new president of DeSales University, Fr. James Greenfield, assumed his position. Greenfield succeeded Fr. Bernard O’Connor as the fourth president of DeSales University. O’Connor held the position since 1999. Greenfield came to DeSales after serving … Read More

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Arts & Entertainment

DeSales University Film Festival a success

By Ellen Cicchitti Online Editor Every spring semester, DeSales University hosts its annual film festival (DUFF) which showcases student and alumni films for anyone in attendance to see. Last Saturday, March 24, at 8:00 p.m., junior Joseph Sheehan and senior Amanda Seemayer oversaw the event, … Read More

Dance Ensemble 2018 Highlights

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor Last month, on March 16-18, DeSales’ Dance Department had its annual DeSales University Dance Ensemble (DUDE) Concert. Dance students were featured in six dances, with the final dance only performed by seniors. “For me, concert implies a much more formal … Read More

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Editorials

Nuclear Weaponry is Terrifying

By Christopher Shaddock Editor-in-Chief The world is probably the safest it has ever been. People on average live longer due to progress in medical care, there are less wars due to nations allying with each other and there is less violence in general due to there being fair laws enforced by … Read More

Can we lower the number?

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor According to DonateLife.org, 22 people die every day waiting for a life-saving transplant.That’s one person for every year that the average senior is alive. The number increases every year. I remember when I was ten years old, the number was around ten. Then, it … Read More

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