Authors all around: Professors talk their authorship

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor On Wed., Nov. 8 at 3p.m., Trexler Library hosted an event about faculty authors. Professors from different areas of study spoke about their experiences in the publishing world and what inspired them to write their books. One of the faculty members, Professor Juilene Osborne-McKnight, unfortunately was unable to attend due to an … [Read more...]

Sustainability education on environment and energy

By James Evans and Victor Porcelli Staff Writers On Oct. 18 in the Gambet Auditorium, Mr. Robert Barkanic gave a stirring presentation on the importance of sustainability education. The lecture, which encompassed multiple facets of sustainability, focused on the need for both lasting economic and environmental goals in management. Barkanic, a senior energy executive at … [Read more...]

Protests, punditry, policy: Trump’s travel “ban”

By James Evans Staff Writer Call it “extreme vetting.” Call it an “immigration ban.” Or simply, call it “monumental.” Executive order 13769, titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States,” was signed into action by newly inaugurated President Trump on Jan. 27, 2017. The order, which, citing the lack of proper vetting prior to Sept. … [Read more...]