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Weekend Preview, March 6

Weekend Preview, March 6

News- March 6, 2015

Your preview of all campus happenings from March 6 to March 8, including a drag show extravaganza and "The Theory of Everything."

Students bring Amazon rainforest to Philadelphia Flower Show

Students bring Amazon rainforest to Philadelphia Flower Show

Arts and Entertainment- March 2, 2015

A group of students and several university professors designed and built this year's 760-square-foot display at the Philadelphia Flower Show, utilizing a "Forest to Pharmacy" ...

Alum "follows her bliss" to success

Alum "follows her bliss" to success

Arts and Entertainment- February 22, 2015

Graduate finds her "entrepreneurial bone" and finds her own jewelry company with New York City studio.

Student shares story of “American Idol” journey

Student shares story of “American Idol” journey

Arts and Entertainment- February 16, 2015

With dreams to achieve musical stardom, Denise Natoli seized her opportunity to audition for American Idol, receiving a golden ticket to Hollywood Week and the ...

University alum shares insight on first novel, career goals

University alum shares insight on first novel, career goals

Arts and Entertainment- February 16, 2015

Since his graduation from the university in May 2014, Eric Szot has published his fictional book "Growth Without Roots" and intends to pursue a career ...

Researchers release football field-sized balloon to study cosmic rays in Antarctica

Researchers release football field-sized balloon to study cosmic rays in Antarctica

Arts and Entertainment- November 10, 2014

By mid-December, the massive balloon will launch over Antarctica in search of cosmic rays and neutrinos.

Wielding Nerf guns and socks, students battle in 'zombie apocalypse'

Wielding Nerf guns and socks, students battle in 'zombie apocalypse'

Mosaic- November 3, 2014

Students from all over campus took part in "Z-Week," where humans and "zombies" go head-to-head in a large game of tag.

Officials discuss how 'better bargain' federal rankings would affect university

Officials discuss how 'better bargain' federal rankings would affect university

Campus News- October 27, 2014

As the 2015 school year approaches, officials continue efforts to meet President Obama's guidelines for the new higher education rating system.

Mid-Atlantic Ballet conservatory director talks success and hardship

Mid-Atlantic Ballet conservatory director talks success and hardship

Arts and Entertainment- October 20, 2014

Located on Main Street, the Mid-Atlantic Ballet conservatory teaches students 4-18 years old and has performed The Nutcracker for 12 years.

Young the Giant puts ‘Mind Over Matter’ to achieve rock success

Young the Giant puts ‘Mind Over Matter’ to achieve rock success

The Centerpiece- October 12, 2014

The SCPAB sponsored fall concert featured California native indie-rock band, Young the Giant.