Pull Over! That Bag Too Packed!

March 31, 2014 10:29 pm3,285 comments
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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 […]

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First Year Dan D’Albis steps up to the plate in Harvey

March 5, 2014 5:00 pm14 comments
First Year Dan D’Albis steps up to the plate in Harvey

Running from February 20 to March 2, Arcadia University Theater presents Harvey, a comedy that centers on Elwood P. Dowd and his invisible, six-foot tall rabbit, who just happens to be his best friend. Elwood’s sister Veta – played by senior Clare McLaughlin – decides to commit Elwood to a […]

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A Swimmer’s Perspective

February 19, 2014 10:00 am266 comments
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By: Sierra Altland Samantha Heeren defines herself, above most things, as a swimmer. She has been swimming since she was 11 years old in All-Catholic leagues and continued throughout high school at Nazareth Academy.  During her early swimming career she swam freestyle and butterfly strokes as a way to develop […]

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Career Education to Host First-Ever Professional Destinations Expo

February 17, 2014 12:00 pm27 comments
Photo by: Sarah King

By: The Office of Career Education On Wednesday, February 19, from noon to 4:00 p.m. in the Commons Great Room, the Office of Career Education will be hosting a Professional Destinations Expo.  This event will serve as a one-stop-shop as students explore and prepare for their life after graduation, whether […]

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Want a Free Trip to Israel?

February 14, 2014 10:00 am23 comments
Photo by: LUIS GB

For years now, Taglit Birthright has been giving the gift of a free trip to Israel to Jewish students across the world. Essentially, the state of Israel, along with some amazing contributors, are able to send Jewish young adults to their homeland simply because they are Jewish. To date, over […]

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ABC Supports Teens for Jeans

February 12, 2014 4:00 pm4,031 comments
ABC Supports Teens for Jeans

Homeless youth are a community that is not often exclusively focused on in the mainstream media. The spotlight frequently lands on children and animals, which is not a bad thing at all. However, that leaves homeless youth out in the cold, sometimes literally. Arcadia University’s community service club, Arcadia for a […]

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An Inspirational Girl I Was Supposed To Inspire

January 28, 2014 2:00 pm117 comments
Photo by: Sarah King

By: Jeffthe Pierre For the past semester I have been participating in Teen UpRise, an after-school mentoring organization for adolescent girls in the Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia. Teen UpRise is a course in Arcadia’s GCE curriculum, which is where I first learned of the mentoring program. We Arcadia students help […]

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Glenside Stories: The Global Treasure Hunt

December 10, 2013 11:49 am2 comments

By: Sarah Kanavy Glenside is a cozy town filled with stories.  It’s a home away from home, a hamlet outside a huge city, and a joyful community.  The following piece was excerpted from the leadership course, “Harnessing the Power of the Story’s” project entitled “Glenside Stories” which may be found […]

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Arcadia University’s 20th Annual Empty Bowl Dinner

November 20, 2013 8:53 pm1 comment

On Monday November 18th in the Grey Towers Castle, Arcadia University held its 20th annual Empty Bowl Dinner. The event is open to the public, so on that evening the Castle was packed with Arcadia students, their parents, relatives, and local town residents alike. After paying a small fee for […]

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The Magic of Networking 101

November 19, 2013 11:48 am1 comment

For many students at Arcadia, the career path they are following is at the forefront of their minds. That’s why they are a student, after all. However, if it were as simple as walking into a dream job with a diploma in hand and screaming, “Hire me,” then everyone would […]

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