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Antonia Spano – Layout Editor

Antonia Spano is a senior English major with a concentration in Literature. She is the Layout editor of The Minstrel after being a staff writer for a year. She transferred from Northampton Community College with an associate’s degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in English. Her interests include reading and theater. Read Antonia's latest articles here. … [Read more...]

Authors all around: Professors talk their authorship

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor On Wed., Nov. 8 at 3p.m., Trexler Library hosted an event about faculty authors. Professors from different areas of study spoke about their experiences in the publishing world and what inspired them to write their books. One of the faculty members, Professor Juilene Osborne-McKnight, unfortunately was unable to attend due to an … [Read more...]

DeSales’ bulldog: Is new always better?

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor On June 30 this past summer, DeSales University’s athletics department announced a new logo for the DeSales Bulldog on their Twitter page. Before students returned to school it replaced the old image online and on school apparel. Around school, students are seen with the new t-shirts sporting the bulldog that was described by some … [Read more...]

Don’t Cry for Me William Shakespeare, the Truth Is I’ll Be Back Next Year

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor DeSales University hosts the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, also known as PSF, every summer, using the Labuda Center for Performing Arts and includes staff from the performance arts department. This year’s lineup of shows included “The Hounds of the Baskervilles,” “The Three Musketeers” and the festival’s namesake William Shakespeare’s … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Chris Shaddock Sports Editor (Future Editor-in-Chief) How’s it going everyone? My name is Chris, and I have the privilege of being the Editor-in-Chief for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Some things about me: I am quiet, lackadaisical and always aim to do what others usually would not. Aside from writing for The Minstrel, I run cross country and track for the … [Read more...]