DelVal’s Richard Thomas shares the role basketball had on his life

By Joshua Pierre / Contributor to The Full360 As his high school career ended in 2021, Richard Thomas was faced with the tough decision about where he would be playing basketball as a student athlete for the next four years.  He attended St. Joseph’s Prep, an all-boys school in Philadelphia that had an exceptional athletic program. Although this was a great high school to attend, … Continue reading DelVal’s Richard Thomas shares the role basketball had on his life

At the heart of DelVal’s One Health is solving global challenges together

By Logan Freed / Full360 Contributor & Conservation & Wildlife Management  “Not one global problem can be addressed by one discipline.” Delaware Valley University Professor Dr. Sarah Dole’s words represent why students and leaders from across campus, from across disciplines must unite to tackle global health challenges together. Under the “One Health” program at Delaware Valley University, the multi-disciplinary approach works locally, regionally, nationally, and … Continue reading At the heart of DelVal’s One Health is solving global challenges together

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Bored on a Cold Snowy Weekend? Check this out.

By Logan Boushell / Staff Writer Delaware Valley University’s Student Programming Board is kicking off this spring semester with some great trips and opportunities. They will be hosting a free trip to Camelback Resort on Saturday January 28th from 1-3 p.m. Students are invited to go snow tubing, enjoy the cold weather, meet new people, and make more friends. All students are welcome. To learn more, … Continue reading Bored on a Cold Snowy Weekend? Check this out.

Explore All the Incredible Sea Creatures at the Baltimore Aquarium

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

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Looking for an internship or a job? Then, check this out.

March 21, 2023: The Center for Student Professional Development is hosting a Job and Internship Fair from 2-5 p.m. March 21 in the Moumgis Auditorium. All majors are welcome. If you need help with your resume or interview preparation, reach out to Career Services, located on the first floor of Segal Hall. They offer: You can make an appointment with an advisor by stopping by … Continue reading Looking for an internship or a job? Then, check this out.

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 calling card. The pig named Penelope is owned by Broc Sandelin, … Continue reading The back story of Penelope the Pig: Her snacks, quirks and, yes, pedicures

How Modern Beauty Standards Affect our Self-image

While the rise of social media certainly has its positives, the downfalls can be quite grim. The standards of beauty for women are becoming harder and harder to achieve. Especially due to apps such as Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat which offers filters that can blur out your imperfections, or even slim down your nose or cheeks. When that is suddenly the new normal, naturally, people want to look like that on an everyday basis. Continue reading How Modern Beauty Standards Affect our Self-image

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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 is between Democrat John Fetterman and Republican Mehmet Oz. Read and … Continue 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 to panels on wildlife trafficking. “At DelVal, we also consider policy … Continue reading 400 students, staff at DelVal sign the “One Health” pledge