Minstrel 53-04 is out now!

Pick up your copy of issue 53-04 today! Featured Articles: Turkeys roam around DeSales' campus General Education Forum looks into revising curriculum Simulations of investigations: DeSales crime scene house A list of gateway classic films for any movie-lover Check out these other articles in the issue: Don't rely on social media for your news intake What … [Read more...]

Pick up Minstrel 53-02 today!

Check out the latest issue of the Minstrel Today! Featured Articles: Building mold situation getting handled Bulldogs take on esports "Walk a Mile" provides informative look on assault A closer look on life as a DeSales theater student Other articles to see this issue: Dr. Schulz: how religious hypocrisy On marriage: be revolutionary From the editor's … [Read more...]

Check out the first Minstrel of the 2018-2019 year!

Check out the articles from the first issue of the 2018-2019 edition of the 53rd Minstrel! Featured Articles: Catholic Church child sex abuse scandal emits a response from DeSales Partisan voter group contacts DeSales University Catholic Priest Scandal: How hierarchy and community clash PSF turns in another bright season at DeSales Take a look at some other … [Read more...]

“Hidden Figures” to be next Historical Film Series Screening

By Allison McCausland A&E Editor In keeping with their inaugural theme of working women in America, the Historical Film Series Committee is holding a free screening on Feb. 20 of 2016’s Hidden Figures. The screening is taking place in the Trexler Library’s Air Products Room at 7p.m. with doors opening at 6:30p.m.. The film details the achievements of three African … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Kellie Dietrich Editor-in-Chief I almost never joined The Minstrel. I came into DeSales thinking I wanted to be an advertising copywriter and had no intention of pursuing journalism as a career. I became a staff writer on The Minstrel a couple weeks into freshman year to make friends and get involved in the school. I thought it might be difficult to handle the extra … [Read more...]