Men’s and women’s basketball face off against Misericordia in this year’s pink game

By Andrew Beers Sports Editor On Feb. 9, the DeSales basketball teams hosted their seasonal Pink Game in hopes to raise money for cancer awareness. A video was uploaded to the DeSales athletic page online to explain the event and what it aims to do. The athletes in the video explained who they were raising funds for while portraying a simple poster that had the name or … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Chris Shaddock Editor-in-Chief Lately, I have been trying to open up about myself, and I think part of that requires me talking about my depression. I have been diagnosed for about a year and half. I probably had it longer than that, though. When I went to South Korea between my sophomore and junior year, I felt miserable throughout the trip. Objectively, everything … [Read more...]

Walk-A-Mile provides informative look at assault

By Ellen Cicchitti Layout Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 25, DeSales’ PACE (Peers Advising Counseling Educating) presented their annual “Walk-a-Mile in Her Shoes” program for awareness of sexual assault and domestic violence. It asks men and women to literally walk a mile in women’s shoes, whether they are high heels or sandals. For the information session, held in the DUC’s … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk: Slacktivism

During the Super Bowl, the Twitter account for an organization called NARAL Pro-Choice America posted criticisms of commercials they perceived as chauvinist or anti-abortion in some way. Disregarding that most ads’ main goals are to make you laugh (or cry) and to make money, NARAL’s lamest tweet criticized Audi for casting a man instead of a woman as the lead in their … [Read more...]