Can we lower the number?

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor According to DonateLife.org, 22 people die every day waiting for a life-saving transplant.That’s one person for every year that the average senior is alive. The number increases every year. I remember when I was ten years old, the number was around ten. Then, it was close to seventeen when I was seventeen. Today, April 12, is my 24th … [Read more...]

Dance Ensemble 2018 Highlights

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor Last month, on March 16-18, DeSales’ Dance Department had its annual DeSales University Dance Ensemble (DUDE) Concert. Dance students were featured in six dances, with the final dance only performed by seniors. “For me, concert implies a much more formal showing of art at a professional level. When I was younger, I danced in annual … [Read more...]

Workshop on diversity at DeSales University

By Ellen Cicchitti Online Editor On Wednesday, Feb. 28, speaker Tyron Russell came to DeSales for a conversation about diversity on campus. He was the director of multicultural affairs at Lehigh University from 2011 to 2015, and he is now the coordinator of racial and ethnic justice with the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley. Before he went up to speak, … [Read more...]

Music makes the movie

By Lindsay Wigo Editorials Editor I love to watch movies. Whether they are animated, suspense, comedy or drama, it doesn’t take much convincing from someone to get me to watch a movie. I recently watched the movie “Happy Death Day,” which has similarity to “Groundhog Day,” where a girl relives the same day over and over again. I tend to pass on the thriller and horror … [Read more...]

Springing into summer: Spring Sports Preview

Bridget Walsh Sports Editor It may not feel like it outside, but it is finally time for the spring sports season to begin for our athletes. The snow is slowly melting away and teams are moving from the recreation courts inside Billera to their fields outside. After taking their respective spring break trips, our teams have returned to Center Valley prepared to complete … [Read more...]