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From the Editor’s Desk: Introducing Kellie Dietrich

By Kellie Dietrich Features Editor Hello. It’s me. Not the amazing Adele, but the (hopefully amazing) editor-in-chief of The Minstrel for the 2016-2017 academic year. I’m very excited and honored to accept the position. Even though writing is my passion now, I used to hate it in elementary school until my fifth-grade teacher taught us the five-paragraph essay. … [Read more...]

Kellie Dietrich – Editor-in-Chief

Kellie Dietrich is a communication major with a minor in journalism. She was the editor-in-chief of The Minstrel after serving as features editor and staff writer in her past three years. Kellie has interned at the Lehigh Valley Arts Council writing blogs for their website and also at swb&r where she was on the other side of stories writing press releases and pitching … [Read more...]

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 Americans believe their accounts are secure with only usernames and passwords, but … [Read more...]

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 get involved in the school. I thought it might be difficult to handle the extra … [Read more...]

Faculty votes “sexual orientation” should be added to nondiscrimination policy

By Kellie Dietrich  Editor-in-Chief At the April faculty meeting, 77 percent of the faculty voted in favor of adding “sexual orientation” to the Notice of Non-discrimination found in the faculty and student handbooks. However, the final decision is up to the Board of Trustees. This vote closely mirrors the statistic from the Public Religion Research Institute that … [Read more...]