Strategic Ideas boost awareness of local nonprofit

By Sabrina Workman, Senior, Media & Communications Major When asked to describe The Next Programs in one word, many participants said “fun”, “inclusive,” and “working.” Hidden right off one of the main streets of Doylestown, The Next Step Programs (TNS) helps young adults transition from high school to the working community. The Next Step ProgramsContinue reading “Strategic Ideas boost awareness of local nonprofit”

Election Day at DelVal

Election Day is finally here. Delaware Valley University student reporters are on campus talking to students about the issues they care about in this pivotal election, where both the Governor’s seat and a U.S. Senate seat are up for grabs. Democrat Josh Shapiro faces Republican Doug Mastriano in the governor’s race, while the Senate contest isContinue reading “Election Day at DelVal”

400 students, staff at DelVal sign the “One Health” pledge

One Health Week Celebration 2022 brought a variety of events to the campus of Delaware Valley University this week, shedding light on health issues, ranging from disease outbreaks to wildlife trafficking. DelVal President Dr. Ben Rusiloski offered appreciation to Reg Hoyt and the One Health Working Group for organizing the events, which ranged from mock outbreaks toContinue reading “400 students, staff at DelVal sign the “One Health” pledge”

DelVal Ornithology Course Spotlight

By Victoria Dondero Clear skies. Extended Wings soaring over Lake Galena. Sounds of songbirds singing in the brisk morning air and leaves crunching. These are the sights and sounds that were experienced while being apart of Dr. Greg George’s Ornithology class for the day. Walking down the path towards the bird watching bridge at PeaceContinue reading “DelVal Ornithology Course Spotlight”

DelVal officials provide tips after recent campus assault

By Sabrina Workman, Maria Viola and Victoria Dondero / Full360 Reporters Following last week’s campus incident in which a student was grabbed by a masked man, public officials continue to investigate the crime and are alerting students to ways to keep themselves safe. Last week, a masked man grabbed a student who was walking pastContinue reading “DelVal officials provide tips after recent campus assault”

Masked Man Grabs Student on Campus

By: Victoria Dondero Grace Wilson never expected to wake up to the email alert that came at 7:50 a.m. on Oct. 27, 2022 “It was a little scary. I was really confused too, I didn’t think something like this could happen on our campus,” said Grace Wilson, a DelVal sophomore. Early this morning, a maskedContinue reading “Masked Man Grabs Student on Campus”

Bucks County Opportunity Council, DelVal partner to fight hunger

By Sabrina Workman Full360 Reporter Sabrina Workman met with Eileen Albillar, of the Bucks County Opportunity Council, to discuss the group’s collaboration with DelVal and this year’s harvest. Below, Albillar shares a few words about the Bucks County nonprofit and her visit to Delaware Valley University. Q: What is your name and what do youContinue reading “Bucks County Opportunity Council, DelVal partner to fight hunger”

The back story of Penelope the Pig: Her snacks, quirks and, yes, pedicures

The first day of classes comes with its share of stress, but when students caught sight of a pig on campus, some of that pressure faded away. While it’s not uncommon to see a squirrel or dog on Delaware Valley University’s quad, it is a little unusual to see a pig. Unique is DelVal’s callingContinue reading “The back story of Penelope the Pig: Her snacks, quirks and, yes, pedicures”