Just last week, our very own world travelers shared their experiences with the Arcadia community at the Global Expo, celebrating the 21st Preview. First year and transfer students had the opportunity to travel to Rome, London, South Korea, Ireland, and Costa Rica, just to name a few.
A few weeks ago, the Compass, Arcadia’s scholarly journal was launched! The event was a success, with attendance by the Provost,...
Last Spring, Kathryn Petersen’s Theater for Young Audiences class came across a theatrical adaptation of Carson McCullers’ famous...
I love being an ambassador and showing new students Arcadia’s campus. I am also involved as Student Programming Board’s...
While finals are just about one month away, professors have begun to pile on the essays, presentations...
Running from February 20 to March 2, Arcadia University Theater presents Harvey, a comedy that centers...
By: Sierra Altland Samantha Heeren defines herself, above most things, as a swimmer. She has been...
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Whether it’s a killer shoe or a pair of printed pants, Pamela Matos, a sophomore English/Secondary Education major at Arcadia, isn’t afraid to rock a bold trend on campus. Check out what this week’s fashionista has to say about her chic style! I absolutely love your outfits! Every time I […]Read more ›
London, England was an amazing and life-changing place to visit. Seeing all of the famous landmarks like Big Ben, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, and much more took my breath away. I learned what their culture was all about and made some incredible friends along the way. I made memories […]Read more ›
The strength of a small town was displayed on Sunday, Apr. 7 when the Westboro Baptist Church decided to picket Moore, Oklahoma. The controversial group was able to obtain a permit that allowed them to schedule a thirty minute protest at 2:00 p.m., but the protest didn’t even last ten minutes. […]Read more ›
In 2012 the Board of Trustees for the College of Charleston adopted a Diversity Strategic Plan, the first-ever in the college’s history. The goal of the plan was to consciously address what the college referred to as “diversity challenges,” which are prevalent on the current-day campus and sprinkled throughout the college’s […]Read more ›
My thesis is based on the idea that women in society have to hide an aspect of themselves, like their personality, and where this desire or need comes from, or if they’re choosing to hide, and how to break away from acting like a typical lady.Read more ›
For Preview, I got to experience the wonderful city of Seoul for a week and had the amazing opportunity to learn about a culture that was very different from my own. The city itself was beautiful and reminded me of a much bigger version of New York City. The interesting […]Read more ›
Adrianna Stahl, a senior Biology major and Spanish minor at Arcadia University, currently spends most of her time working on her thesis and preparing for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Columbia University next year. Despite her busy schedule, however, Stahl still finds time to put together polished outfits […]Read more ›
While finals are just about one month away, professors have begun to pile on the essays, presentations and exams, coincidentally all due on the same day or if you are lucky enough, the same week. You have that 10 page research paper due in your English 101 class by Tuesday […]Read more ›
Calling all theater-lovers: Arcadia University Theater’s production of fml: how Carson McCullers saved my life marks the final play of the year, making it a must-see performance. Graphic novelist Jo, the main character of fml, considers herself to be a high school “outsider.” Negativity towards her sexual orientation and the […]Read more ›
My week in Rome taught me that you can’t just learn about Rome, you have to experience it. After talking about the art, architecture, and culture for weeks in class, I thought I knew exactly what to expect when I got there. But once I was actually in Rome, I […]Read more ›