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Allison McCausland – A&E and Online Editor

Allison McCausland has been a member of the Minstrel since her freshman year and this is her first year as Arts & Entertainment editor and her second year as Online Editor. She is currently a junior at DeSales and is majoring in history as well as holding a minor in TV/Film and currently minoring in journalism. Allison also does script supervising for the TV/Film department … [Read more...]

Minstrel’s Allison McCausland wins review award

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief The Minstrel’s online editor, Allison McCausland, won second place in the review category of the 2017 Student Keystone Press Awards. Her article, “Emerging Choreographers Concert illuminates dance department” appeared in year 51, issue seven of The Minstrel published on Nov. 17, 2016. The article reviewed the dance pieces created by … [Read more...]

Across the pond: Spending time abroad in England

By Allison McCausland A&E Editor First things first: always pack an umbrella. That is one of the first things I learned in traveling around the UK, as several places can experience all four seasons in one day. If you ever choose to travel or study abroad in England, this is one of the most helpful tips I can share with you. And an oyster card. I suppose now that’s two … [Read more...]

“Hidden Figures” to be next Historical Film Series Screening

By Allison McCausland A&E Editor In keeping with their inaugural theme of working women in America, the Historical Film Series Committee is holding a free screening on Feb. 20 of 2016’s Hidden Figures. The screening is taking place in the Trexler Library’s Air Products Room at 7p.m. with doors opening at 6:30p.m.. The film details the achievements of three African … [Read more...]

“Only the Brave” Gets Heroism Back to the Basics

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor In an age of superhero films, it is easy to develop higher standards for what constitutes heroism in everyday context and situations. Only the Brave provides audiences with a reminder that those in the service of protecting their homes and communities can be just as heroic for the American public. The film centers around … [Read more...]