DeSales bands together for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor On Sept. 26, 2017 the Peer Advising Counseling Education (PACE) hosted their 10th Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, which raises awareness for sexual assault and domestic violence. This year, 140 students participated in the walk, along with the women’s basketball team, the women’s lacrosse team and the men’s rugby team. “PACE … [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...]

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...]

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Download the PDF version here: 53 final.2.compressed Featured Articles: US News & World Report ranks DeSales University as No. 64 in regional universities 2016-2017 increase in drug and alcohol violations DeSales bands together for Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Murder on the Nile looks optimistic for the Act 1 season Tensions between North Korea and … [Read more...]

Jen Bricker addresses students on the trait of patience

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor Imagine being born with not just one birth defect, but two, then being put up for adoption and having to patiently wait to find a family. Jen Bricker was born without legs and with her heart on the opposite side of her chest. She was given up by her biological parents because they did not believe they could raise a child with two … [Read more...]