News & Features

Cyber criminals target college students

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting college students across the United States and DeSales students are no exception from phishing, employment offers and ransomware scams. The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reports that 72 percent of … Read More

Chorale Concert emotional end to era

By Jaci Wendel News Editor Men in black tuxedos and women in black choral gowns stood in the breezeway behind Connelly Chapel, gathered in a semi-circle. In the middle of the semi-circle, standing on a chair, was coordinator of choral activities and director of the DeSales Chorale J. Bennett … Read More

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Arts & Entertainment

“Your Name” visual, emotional triumph

By Steve Manzo Staff Writer With the number of movie sequels and remakes that hit theaters today, it can feel as if Hollywood has completely run out of original ideas. “Your Name” does nothing to help their cause. The reason for that is because it wasn’t made in Hollywood at all. Originally … Read More

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Sports

Track and field prepares for MACs at home

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer In the outdoor track and field season, the men’s track and field team has competed in seven meets as of May 1, and they are anxiously preparing to host the MAC Conference meet from May 4–6. At the Tribe Invitational hosted by William & Mary in Williamsburg, … Read More

Women’s lacrosse: History in the making

By Kari Condel and James Evans Staff Writers “The thought of our 21 players making history here at DeSales prior to the first draw gave me goosebumps and brought tears to my eyes,” said coach Rachel Smith. Although the season is far from over, the women’s lacrosse team made DeSales history, … Read More

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Editorials

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief I almost never joined The Minstrel. I came into DeSales thinking I wanted to be an advertising copywriter and had no intention of pursuing journalism as a career. I became a staff writer on The Minstrel a couple weeks into freshman year to make friends and … Read More

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