Li Williams / Full360 Staff Writer Sometimes hemp and marijuana are confused, so we set out to explain the difference with the help of Dr. Carla Garzon, who coordinates the Cannabis Studies program at Delaware Valley University. What is Hemp? Hemp, formerly known as industrial hemp, is classified, and described by the US Congress as any part of the cannabis plant that has less than … Continue reading What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana? The Head of DelVal’s Cannabis Studies program explains:
Li Williams / Full 360 Staff Writer Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Michelle Henry will return to Bucks County and speak at DelVal on April 17. It will be her first major speaking event in Bucks County since taking on the role of the state’s top law enforcer earlier this year. The aim of this event is to shed light on addiction and emerging drug trends, bring … Continue reading PA Attorney General Michelle Henry to speak at DelVal
Li Williams / Full360 Staff Writer The Music played in unison with changing neon lights at the entrance of the Philadelphia Flower Show. For the first time in two years, the flower show was back on display at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Earlier this month, Delaware Valley University celebrated its 74th year of taking part in the Philadelphia Flower Show and offered an “electric” garden … Continue reading Philadelphia Flower Show
Li Williams / Full360 Staff Writer In just a few short days, Delaware Valley University will be setting up its display at the Philadelphia Flower Show. One recent day on campus, students were painting backdrops, while a professor and another student drilled holes to fasten parts of the display together. Another student headed out to the greenhouse to water and prep the plants for their … Continue reading Delaware Valley University Prepares for its 74th Philadelphia Flower Show
By Li Williams / Full360 Staff Writer On a hot August morning, students and parents darted from their cars to dorms, lugging bins, appliances and other belongings. After the exhausting move-in day, some families wanted to relax and cool down. But there was no escape from the heat. “There’s only air conditioning in South and Centennial Halls and you must request it if you live … Continue reading Lack of AC, Privacy in Dorms Among Top Concerns for DelVal Students
By Lexan Coleman, Li Williams, Logan Boushell and Goddy Marc/ Full360 Digital Producers It’s coming soon. Terrain at DelVal will open summer of 2023, according to a Delaware Valley University announcement released Jan. 30. Terrain, with its new sprawling retail and event center, will operate on the outskirts of the DelVal’s campus, bringing new job opportunities to students through the award winning E360 program. It … Continue reading Urban Outfitters’ Terrain at Del Val to Open this Summer. Here’s the latest.
By Li Williams and Marley Bramsway / Staff Writers The Student Programming Board is hosting a trip to the Baltimore Aquarium. The event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023, from 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Students will depart from Delaware Valley University at 8 a.m. Students can enter the aquarium at 10:30 a.m. The fee for the trip is a $5 refundable cash … Continue reading Explore All the Incredible Sea Creatures at the Baltimore Aquarium