By Elizabeth Weed / Full360 Producer & Editor First-time freshmen may eagerly anticipate or dread moving into a dorm as they head to college. However, few expect to spend their first semester of college in a hotel. But that is the reality for Shawn Cullen, a full-time freshman, who has been spending his first semester at a hotel with 30 other students in total. While … Continue reading The ‘Suite’ Life: An Inside Look at DelVal’s Choice to House Students in Hotel After Record-Breaking Freshmen Enrollment
By Zaida Martin / Full360 Editor Dear Reader, let it be known that Julia Quinn, author of the Bridgerton series, will be coming to Delaware Valley University in a matter of weeks. Hosted by the Bucks County Book Fest, Quinn will make her appearance on Friday, Sept. 29. The Bucks County Book Festival is a local, multi-day festival that highlights authors and literature of all … Continue reading Bridgerton Author Julia Quinn to speak at DelVal
By Kaitlyn Brady / Full360 Reporter The morning of April 21st was chilly, a stark contrast to the humidity that would take its place as the day progressed. At 9 a.m., members of the Delaware Valley University Western Equestrian Team trudged across campus, crossing over train tracks and marched their way to the Equestrian Center on the far side of campus. The seemingly normal Friday … Continue reading The Western Equestrian Team Makes History during A-Day: Here’s an Inside Look.
By Victoria Dondero / Digital Producer & Editor The Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission wants the residents of Bucks County to know, the life-saving drug, Narcan (Naloxone) is available and cost free to every single resident-including college students. Narcan is a drug that can reverse the onset of an opioid overdose. The Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission set up an information table during … Continue reading Narcan: The Lifesaving Medication Everyone Needs to Carry
By Zaida Martin / Full360 Reporter The 2022-2023 school year comes to a close in just a week, and tension is high. Papers, projects, and finals are at the forefront of every student’s mind – summer can’t come soon enough! It is in times like these when stress runs rampant, and it is important to find resources to help. Delaware Valley University and its students … Continue reading Finals got your stressed? You’re not alone. Here’s where you can go at DelVal.
By Gillian Baker / Full360 Digital Producer As the end of the semester approaches, most students who live on campus eagerly anticipate finding out what their housing selection is for the next school year. You gather with your roommate(s), log onto the portal, and pray you get into your dorm of choice, which for most students, is South Hall or Centennial Hall. When some students … Continue reading DelVal’s Housing Shortage: Where Will We Go?
Cavan Kinne / Full 360 Digital Media Producer The way that AI technology has been advancing is extremely fast. Constantly learning, changing and updating. Which lead me to a thought: How much does the popular Chat GPT by Open AI actually know about itself? Is it conscious? If it understands its origins and has opinions of its own, how different is it really from one … Continue reading An Interview with ChatGPT. Here’s how it describes itself:
By Kaitlyn Brady / Full360 Reporter On the week of March 20th, Delaware Valley University participated in emergency Awareness week, and new additions to the university’s current emergency awareness protocols were announced and implemented. The largest change currently happening at this time is the uploading of all available numbers into Aggie Alert. Aggie Alert, formerly known as Omni Alert, is an opt-in text emergency alert … Continue reading Aggie Alert, Other New Safety Protocols Put in Place at DelVal
By Ashley Lyons / Full360 Reporter Resica Falls Scout Reservation is one of my favorite places on Earth. Located in the Poconos, near East Stroudsburg, it stretches over 4,000 acres of forest, teeming with wildlife and bisected by the powerful Bushkill River. The reservation is named for the waterfalls that sit on its property, the largest right at the mouth of the summer camp that … Continue reading Pennsylvania’s Invasive Species: How One Scout Camp is Making a Difference
By Zaida Martin, Full360 Reporter DelVal’s spring break of 2023 was an extra exciting time for the students of the English department’s Place Studies course as they were whisked off to fantasy lands in England and Scotland. The trip was led by Dr. Brian Lutz, Associate Professor of English and head of the department, along with Dr. Michael Stamps, Professor of English. We also enjoyed … Continue reading Place Studies 2023: DelVal’s English professors take students on a tour of Magical UK