By Joshua Pierre / Full360 Reporter Fire up the grill! September 16th was a night to remember as BSU (Black Student Union) kicked off their first event of the semester with a barbecue. This took place behind the south hall near the Regional Rail Septa Line. President and Vice President of BSU Jordan Gombs and Deshawn Jackson emphasized the welcoming nature of the event. When … Continue reading Black Student Union at DelVal gathers for a BBQ social
At DelVal, students have become accustomed to the sight of beautiful sunsets across our quiet campus, often illuminated by students with their furry friends at each day’s end. It has become the norm for students to see dogs lounging or playing with their owners as the day’s responsibilities come to a close. However, the pets aren’t always here solely for leisure. Having a pet on … Continue reading Pet Paradise at DelVal: Comfort pets provide stress-relief on campus
Have you ever wanted to go shopping with a dinosaur while perusing Bath and Body Works products? The Q-Mart has you covered! The Quakertown Farmers Market (or the Q-Mart, as it is more affectionately known) is located about 30 minutes away from the university campus, and puts a fun spin on the “Farmers Market” shopping template. Calling the Q-Mart a farmers market is a little … Continue reading Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out the Quakertown Farmers Market!
Are you interested in producing a podcast, video, or social media post that reflects what matters most to students? Then The Full360 blog might be just what you’re looking for! During this semester’s C&O Expo, representatives from The Full360 staff were stationed along Alumni Lane where staff members took the time to introduce passerby’s to our organization, as well as interview some of the students … Continue reading DelVal Student Media Covering Stories That Matter To Students. Join Us!
My name Is Dominique Malgeri, and I am a student here at Delaware Valley University who will be writing a wellness column for our university’s student media, The Full360. As a new columnist, I thought I would write about something near and dear to my heart. Mental health and wellness are extremely important to me and are something that is a part of my everyday … Continue reading New columnist to bring wellness, mental health coverage to Delval Full360
By Emma Gargiulo / Campus Correspondent Interested in learning more about bees? DelVal’s Apiary Society is a student-run club that does all things bees. From assisting with the maintenance of our on-campus Apiary, to processing honey and beeswax into sellable products, they encompass all parts of apiculture. On most days, you can find club members at the apiary. Throughout the year, they sell their honey, … Continue reading Delaware Valley University’s Apiary Society is abuzz with activity this Fall
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 Ashley Lyons / Full360 writer It was a cold, gray day in late December, with the sun struggling to emerge from behind a wall of dark clouds. I’d gotten lost on the way to the store, but now, I parked my car in an out-of-the-way spot at the side of the massive, two-story building, studded with windows that shined against the sky. The wind … Continue reading Student Picks: Books you can’t put down
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: