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Dan Lenko looks to land new skydiving license

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Dia del Este strikes again

Dia del Este came back bigger and better than ever this semester, causing the entire campus to burst with excitement from Sept. 17-19. The festivities began Thursday night with a showing of the theatre department’s Waiting for Godot, which was free with a Dia del Este ticket. The party really […]

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What is the best piece of advice you have ever given?

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After 45 years, antigravity monument still standing tall

There are a lot of existing theories and ideas that deserve to be questioned, but most people do not second-guess the concept of gravity. At least not anymore. According to an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, in the early 1900s, self-made millionaire and one-time presidential candidate Roger W. […]

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What are you looking forward to this semester?

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Christian Przyblek helps refugees in Philadelphia

The question of what to do with one’s life upon graduation usually elicits some variation of, “I have no idea.” Instead of waiting for that fateful day to express similar sentiments, senior Christian Przybylek has decided to take the road less traveled. This year before he graduates, Przybylek will be […]

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Slininger works in Uganda all summer

After junior Katy Slininger finished her semester studying abroad in Uganda, she made the decision to stay and work there throughout the summer. Slininger worked with Emmanuel International after her pastor suggested that she get involved with it. This organization offers counseling to widows, former child soldiers returning from the […]

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Turner proves it is never too late for college

Sophomore Timothy Turner is experiencing dorm life in Sparrowk Hall at the age of 59. He graduated from Thomas A. Edison High School in Philadelphia in 1969 and then served with the United States in the Vietnam War before getting married on June 13, 1970. His wife Yolanda Turner has […]

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Students receive warm welcome at Ramadan feast

A dozen Eastern students chose to spend their Saturday evening on Sept. 12 at a different type of celebration. As part of his Heritage of Islam class, Dr. Andrew Bush takes some students to Villanova’s Foundation for Islamic Education each year to experience Ramadan firsthand. The feast began immediately after […]