Category: News

Green Dragon slayer for hire, in a geography department near you

Green Dragon slayer for hire, in a geography department near you

Campus News- May 8, 2018

To members of the Cornwall Alliance, environmentalists are “Green Dragons,” sent from the bowels of hell to threaten world order and harm the needy.

Window into Academia: Alexander Ames wraps up the History Workshop Series for the Spring Semester

Window into Academia: Alexander Ames wraps up the History Workshop Series for the Spring Semester

Campus News- May 8, 2018

Alexander Ames presented “The Word in the Wilderness: German Spiritual Manuscripts and Pennsylvania’s Place in American Religious History.”

With a broken heart but strong morale, student fundraises for necessary transplant

With a broken heart but strong morale, student fundraises for necessary transplant

Campus News- May 7, 2018

Javonte Perry, a 20-year-old junior neuroscience major, will require a heart transplant soon.

Sen. Tom Carper: A conversation on his campaign and today’s politics

Sen. Tom Carper: A conversation on his campaign and today’s politics

Campus News- May 7, 2018

“I run circles around these guys. If they think age should be an issue, we’ll have a foot race and do push-ups with me.”

Meet the first candidate for the College of Engineering dean position

Meet the first candidate for the College of Engineering dean position

Campus News- May 7, 2018

Gerald E. Speitel Jr. is the first candidate for the new College of Engineering dean.

Newly elected SGA senators aim to curtail tuition increases and increase campus diversity

Newly elected SGA senators aim to curtail tuition increases and increase campus diversity

Campus News- May 7, 2018

Student Affairs Senators, Raymond Smith, Mia Carbone, Elaine Ansah and Stephanie Boateng unveil their fall plans.

Professor brings the Global Populism Lecture Series to a close

Professor brings the Global Populism Lecture Series to a close

Campus News- May 7, 2018

Harvard Professor Bart Bonikowski addressed growing concerns of populism, nationalism and authoritarianism in his lecture "Trump, Nationalism and Populism in the US."