Money can’t buy happiness

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor I noticed the other day just how much my friends and I stress about money, and how could we not? Our incomes consist of $7.25 an hour workstudy positions with bi- (sometimes tri-) weekly paychecks that are dispersed between gas money, student loans and Uber rides. And sure, we all have good moments here and there. The weeks … [Read more...]

Tensions between North Korea and U.S.

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief While tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have never been good, in recent years they have worsened due to North Korea’s progression of their nuclear missile program. Results of these growing tensions have caused fear amongst Americans and Asians, involvement of foreign powers, such as China and Russia and vague threats of war … [Read more...]

Homecoming soccer games: DeSales’ double win

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief On Saturday Sept. 30, the men and women’s soccer teams both had their homecoming weekend games. It was the first, chilly day of fall, and a lot was going on. The bleachers were full of people wearing sweatshirts with a familiar bulldog on the front. Alumni and anyone over 21 tailgated in the parking lot. Food trucks were selling fried … [Read more...]

2016-2017 increase in drug and alcohol violations

By James Evans Staff Writer Every year DeSales University releases their annual “Security and Fire Safety Report,” as dictated by the Clery Act. This report details all the crime and fire statistics for the past three school years, across all of DeSales’ campuses. This year, the two most notable statistics were the increased number of liquor law and drug abuse … [Read more...]