Derek Reilly: Journey vs. Destination

November 18, 2013 8:06 pm2 comments

Arcadia University senior Derek Reilly would describe his background as “a little more than eccentric.” In 2003, when he was 19 years old, he was working as the head of Immigration and Humanitarian Aid in Iraq; he was in charge of handling the visas of every person coming in and […]

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Building Worlds Through Storytelling

November 11, 2013 2:12 am1 comment

Jamar Nicholas joined the Arcadia community on October 28th to have a panel discussion along with Mike Manly and Matthew Borgen. They discussed Nicholas’ exhibit and covered the topic of storytelling. As a cartoonist for comic companies such as Marvel, Manly offered his insight during the discussion. Borgen, a comic […]

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Entrepreneurship Destination: TEDS Talk was held on Wednesday October 30, 2013 in the Knight Hall Seminar Room. The talk was conducted by Cynthia V. Nichols, the Manager of Career Education at Arcadia University. The talk consisted largely of watching a video by Jeremy Gutche, a Canadian innovation speaker. In this […]

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Rocky Horror Picture Show

November 9, 2013 8:14 pm1 comment

The Honors Council hosted The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Friday October 18, 2013 at 11:00 PM in the Great Room. Every person was given a brown paper bag after purchasing their ticket, which contained an array of frivolous finds: a bag of white confetti, a newspaper, a glow stick, […]

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Quad-A 5K Run/Walk

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Arcadia kicked off its busy family weekend on October 12th with the 3rd annual Quad-A 5K run and walk at 8 AM (walk-in registration began at 7:30 AM); the event is sponsored every year by the athletics department. All participants paid a $25 registration fee and, in return, were given […]

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Arcadia Hosts Youth Violence Prevention Program

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We are surrounded by violence; whether we see it on the news, in a movie, or in a video game, people of all ages are exposed to the idea that violence can be a way to solve problems. With this in mind, Frontline Dads travels around the Philadelphia area to […]

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Beaver College Alum Educates Students on Social Media

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We live in a time where nearly everyone is in-tune with social media. Although it is an advantage when networking and keeping in touch with friends and family, it serves as a disadvantage if used carelessly. One thing that many employers look at when considering a person for a job […]

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Ally Training

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Arcadia University’s Office of Institutional Diversity held its sixth annual LGBTQ Ally Training session in the Stein Fireplace Lounge on October 14, 2013. Led by the Associate Dean of Institutional Diversity Judith Dalton, the training session aimed for its participants to be better allies of the LGBTQ community both on […]

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The Arc

October 16, 2013 1:41 am10 comments

As this semester comes closer to its end, clubs mark their territories on campus. One club that has already made a significant impact on the music aspect of Arcadia University is The Arc. The Arc is the university’s media broadcasting organization, and is led by President Shana Hartzel. It showcases […]

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Spring Preview Reveal

September 23, 2013 11:56 am4 comments

The Office of International Affairs held its annual Spring Preview kickoff event on Wednesday, September 18th on Haber Green. Representatives, who included both instructors of the Spring Preview courses and students who had previously participated in Preview, sat at various booths to provide prospective students with information about their courses. […]

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