Don’t Cry for Me William Shakespeare, the Truth Is I’ll Be Back Next Year

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor DeSales University hosts the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, also known as PSF, every summer, using the Labuda Center for Performing Arts and includes staff from the performance arts department. This year’s lineup of shows included “The Hounds of the Baskervilles,” “The Three Musketeers” and the festival’s namesake William Shakespeare’s … [Read more...]

Where are they now: Autumn Fink’s acting career

By CJ Bamert Staff Writer When graduating from the DeSales theater department, there are many different career choices. Some people will go out and audition for plays and films, some may go the modeling route and try their luck there or some in the more design aspect of theater may work on their craft out of school. For Autumn Fink, she’s doing all that and more. Fink … [Read more...]

Minstrel 51-14: Check out the last issue of the year!

Check out the fourteenth issue of the Minstrel today! 51-14 Final.compressed Featured Articles: Faculty votes “sexual orientation” should be added to nondiscrimination policy Relay for Life raises over $20,156 for ACS Cyber criminals target college students Mental health: Lokai partners with NAMI, suicide deterrent system in Calif. From the Editor’s … [Read more...]

From New York City to Center Valley

By Lindsay Wigo Staff Writer I was dropped off in Midtown Manhattan at 17 years old and looked around at my new home. I was planning on spending the next four years in the Big Apple at Marymount Manhattan College, but instead I spent four months. After transferring to DeSales, I’ve recognized some differences between the two schools, besides the obvious one that jumped … [Read more...]

Men’s lacrosse slated second in MAC preseason polls

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer The DeSales’ men’s lacrosse team has been selected second in the MAC Freedom Conference preseason coaches’ poll, receiving two first place votes to rank just behind conference favorite Eastern University. This preseason ranking comes after a historic season for the Bulldogs, who won six conference games, the most in program history. The … [Read more...]