Influence of Sphere

By Will Edwards Managing Editor Headed back to Athens on a ferry from the Grecian island Aegina, where Minstrel Sports Editor Chris Shaddock and I had just spent the day tooling around on a four-wheeler, we met a young couple in their late-twenties from Chile. Our conversation, as they always seem to do with strangers while abroad, turned toward our nationalities and … [Read more...]

From New York City to Center Valley

By Lindsay Wigo Staff Writer I was dropped off in Midtown Manhattan at 17 years old and looked around at my new home. I was planning on spending the next four years in the Big Apple at Marymount Manhattan College, but instead I spent four months. After transferring to DeSales, I’ve recognized some differences between the two schools, besides the obvious one that jumped … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief In November, The Minstrel published my article “‘Sexual orientation’ missing from non-discrimination policies.” Seeing this article published was a proud moment for me as a journalist. I’m glad my article is still leading to faculty discussions four months later, and was glad to see “sexual orientation” being included in the NSSEE … [Read more...]

Most millennials approve of tattoos, piercings, but affects job hiring

By Lindsay Wigo Staff Writer It’s a sensitive subject, literally. According to Pew Research Center (2012) more than 40 percent of all people ages 18-29 have at least one tattoo. Tattoos and piercings are becoming more and more popular as teens and grads enter the workforce. The question that arises is “Will my tattoo prevent me from getting a job?” The answer is … [Read more...]

The protests outside my window: Election Day in NYC

By Lindsay Wigo Staff Writer Nov. 8, 2016. Some say it was one of the best days of their lives, and some wish it never happened. This was the day that our newly-inaugurated president, Donald Trump, won the 2016 presidential election. Most people spent this day as they normally would, probably working, maybe at home or just doing normal day-to-day things. I, on the other … [Read more...]