Simulations of investigations: DeSales crime scene house

By Andrew Beers Staff Writer DeSales has established itself of having credible nursing, business and criminal justice programs. These fine programs have been backed by the school to give students major perks in their field and a quality outside experience. For nursing majors, DeSales built a simulation lab in Gambet for students to get hands-on experience in their … [Read more...]

Math Club’s annual escape room a puzzling and fun event for students

By Nicholas Lambert Staff Writer The DeSales Math Club created an experience like no other in their 2018 escape room, “The Contraption.” In order to outwit Professor X and foil his plot to destroy the world, participants had one hour to solve puzzles that would reveal the deactivation code to his doomsday laser. “I would say it went very well, save for some bugs, which … [Read more...]

General Education forum looks into revising curriculum

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor Starting on Oct. 15 and finishing around Nov. 13, student forums have taken place to survey and discuss a revision of the general education requirements for each major’s curriculum. The Working Group on the Review & Revision of the General Education Curriculum is co-chaired by Associate Dean of Academic life, Dr. … [Read more...]

Turkeys roam around DeSales campus

By Ellen Cicchitti Layout Editor The spirit of Thanksgiving has made its way around DeSales, and so has the holiday’s mascot. This feeling remains so as a flock of wild turkeys was spotted wandering around campus. They have been spotted near the University Villages, as well as near the Dorothy Day Center and the Trexler library. While turkeys are common in the area … [Read more...]