“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...]

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...]

“Revealing Hate:” Documentary and discussion about white supremacy

By Victor Porcelli Staff Writer On Nov. 9, the DUC held an event to showcase and inform students about white supremacy and certain hate groups of both the past and present. Professor Gracey, who specializes in American politics, hosted the event, leading a discussion afterwards on the topic. The centerpiece of the event was a documentary called “Revealing Hate,” which … [Read more...]

DeSales has talent: CAB hosts talent show

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief In order to find out which student has the most talent, DeSales’s Campus Activity Board hosted the first ever, DeSales Got Talent. The event took place Nov. 17 in the McShea Lounge. Students with varying talents signed up for the event to strut their stuff, including bands, dancers, musicians, a yo-yoist and lots and lots of … [Read more...]

DeSales sophomore publishes World War II novel

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor DeSales sophomore finance and accounting major, Matthew Miller, published the second version of his first novel on May 15, 2017 titled The Journey Home after an assignment he wrote in high school turned into a 224-page World War II novel. “[The Journey Home] is about an eighteen year-old boy named Joseph Warren, who … [Read more...]