Dorothy Day undergoing reconstruction

By Kari Condel Sports Editor There have been a few closings of Dorothy Day Student Union and many construction workers wandering around, but why? Along with the renaming of the building, Dorothy Day will be reconfiguring its structure. This alteration will be the key to attracting both current and potential students to be more active in the campus community and the … [Read more...]

Oh, Cannibis! The legalization of marijuana in Canada

By Andrew Beers Staff Writer There are three types of cannabis: sativa, which creates an energetic high; indica, which creates a more relaxing high; and ruderalis, a lesser known form of cannabis which is generally argued to be a sub-species. This information would be useful for a botanist, but useless for pot smokers, especially in regard to the United States’ northern … [Read more...]

Octoberfest a smash hit as DeSales gears up for fall

By Noah Goldberg Staff Writer On the afternoon of Saturday Oct. 20, from 2 to 5 p.m., the DeSales Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted its annual Octoberfest event on the lawn of the Dorothy Day Student Union. Previously named “O’Connorfest” after DeSales’ former president Father O’Connor, this event is a traditional fall festival involving many different … [Read more...]

DeSales polls Pennsylvania Seventh District

By Raymond Horchos Staff Writer Over the past four weeks, the Kamran Ashfar Data Analytics Center conducted a series of polls in an attempt to garner details of likely votes in the seventh district of Pennsylvania. In those four weeks, nine DeSales students participated in calling over 7,000 individuals and conducting around three to four minute surveys discussing the … [Read more...]