I can’t lie, for most of the last year, I’ve hated school. That’s probably not an uncommon sentiment, especially at this time of year with stress from finals at a peak. But I’m not talking about the hate that subsides once the hard assignments are over. I mean hate as […]
By: Matt Dettra Amanda Schippers, soon-to-be-graduate of Arcadia University, sat on the edge of the water feature on campus, letting...
By: Laura Leeds I don’t own a smartphone. The camera on my phone is from 2009, and I’m lucky that it’s even capable...
Byron McDaniels and Owen Hale are LARPing , or live action role playing, on Haber Green during Spring Fling. LARPing has recently...
By: Matt Dettra Amanda Schippers, soon-to-be-graduate of Arcadia University, sat on the edge of...
By: Francesca Mayr On Wednesday, Apr. 2, The Compass, Arcadia’s scholarly journal, officially...
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By: Sierra Altland Charlene Grauer, a junior Cultural Anthropology major and Spanish minor at Arcadia University, brings a diverse, free-flowing flair of patterns and textures to her fashion aura. Her Zen, care-free, calm nature shines through her style with the same fluidity and smoothness as she carries herself around campus. […]Read more ›
By: Francesca Mayr On Wednesday, Apr. 2, The Compass, Arcadia’s scholarly journal, officially launched after over a year of preparation by students and faculty. The Compass is a peer-reviewed, student-directed, online forum for undergraduate academic work, absorbed by the Honors Program in 2012. With the leadership of Honors Program Co-Director […]Read more ›
Sponsored by the Society of Castle Restoration, this years Quidditch Cup 2014 took place on Sunday, April 6. Teams present included the Hufflepuffs, the Dueling Dragons, and the Flying Phoenixes, with the cup going to the The Murdering Marauders! Congratulations to everyone!Read more ›
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.Read more ›
A few weeks ago, the Compass, Arcadia’s scholarly journal was launched! The event was a success, with attendance by the Provost, several professors, as well as past and future editors. The Compass features the scholarly work of Arcadian students as well as students from the neighboring Rutgers University. Be sure […]Read more ›
Last Spring, Kathryn Petersen’s Theater for Young Audiences class came across a theatrical adaptation of Carson McCullers’ famous novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, commissioned by Steppenwolfe Theater in Chicago. Around the same time that the play was commissioned, Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi committed suicide after being outed and […]Read more ›
I love being an ambassador and showing new students Arcadia’s campus. I am also involved as Student Programming Board’s (SPB) variety chair and a member of the National Society of Leadership Success (NSLS). Lastly, playing sports keeps me happy and busy.Read more ›
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 ›