The fall semester began Aug. 26 with the College’s annual LollaNoBooza festival. The event, organized by the College’s Alcohol and Drug Eduction Program, was purposely scheduled on Tuesday night to coincide with the popular drinking night and designed to show students they can enjoy college life without alcohol. […]
The fourth annual Coming Out Monologues took place Oct. 11 in the library auditorium in celebration of National Coming Out Day. PRISM, the College’s only group for gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people (GLBT) as well as the heterosexual people who support them, sponsored the event, which featured many of its members recounting their experiences with “coming out. […]
“Star Wars: The Musical” is a parody of the original three “Star Wars” episodes: “A New Hope,” “Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi.”
John Fischer, senior physics major, is the brains behind the musical, creating the concept and writing it. Fischer is currently recording the soundtrack on campus with the help of Amanda Roggenburg, senior communication studies major; Vinny Scafuto, sophomore history education major; James Introcaso, junior communication studies major; and Jennifer Nelson, alumna. […]
“Stomp the Yard” is a popular new film that explores aspects of the human drama such as violence, love and envy with fraternity stepping as the backdrop. Stepping, also referred to as stomping, can basically be defined as a dance involving a rhythmical heavy step. […]
The College’s men’s swimming and diving team defeated Bloomsburg University 146-105 last weekend while the women’s swimming and diving team lost 147-106. Of the 28 total events at this meet, the College took first in 11 events.
Sophomore George Savulich captured the 1000-yard freestyle (10:22. […]
In an attempt to increase communication between the student body and Student Government Association (SGA), Lauren LeBano, vice president of Academic Affairs, introduced a pilot program at last week�s SGA meeting designed to reach out to students in the residence halls and hear their concerns. […]