|October 21, 2008|
|October 21, 2008||A Weekly Publication Highlighting Arcadia News and Events|
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Grad Students Explore Chanticleer and Baldwin’s Book Barn
The hurricane rains held off on Saturday, September 27, as Arcadia students in The Philadelphia Seminar course gathered outside Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Pa.
“Garden architecture is one of the oldest forms of humanities,” says Dr. Richard Wertime, Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies in English and the Humanities. “It’s a deeply humanistic enterprise.”
Chanticleer, which is French for rooster, is a sprawling 30-acre pleasure garden filled with more than 7,000 species of plants. Once the estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten Sr., Chanticleer was opened to the public in 1993. Today, visitors can marvel at the lush foliage and intricate gardens, enjoy picnicking among plants like banana, eucalyptus and bamboo, or find a peaceful place to read. Read more.
Check out Spring—and Summer—Courses on Web
There’s more than elections coming in early November. Priority registration for Spring 2009—and Summer 2009—begins Nov. 3. To see what’s on the course schedule, visit www.arcadia.edu/courses. Printed schedules will distributed around campus later this week.
Note that summer comes early this year. Instead of waiting till mid-spring, registration starts now for Summer 2009 courses and will remain open until the summer sessions begin.
What Let Faculty Out of the Box?
The answer is the new Undergraduate Curriculum—and the new University Seminars, an entirely new type of course, often team-taught, that crosses disciplines and offers evolving topics each semester. In the seminars Arcadia professors explore their passions and help students to make vital intellectual connections. The seminars are designed to make connections among disciplines and between scholarly ideas and the world beyond the classroom. They are a showcase of integrative learning at Arcadia. See the descriptions of the University Seminars, including topics such as “Born Digital: Voices of the Net Generation,” “C.S. Lewis and Christian Fiction,” “Politics and Poetics (Or What Hip-Hop Was Supposed to Be)” and more.
A significant slate of University Seminars is being offered for the first time in Spring ’09 semester. University Seminars are open to all undergraduates. Students under the previous General Education program may take University Seminars as electives and may, when appropriate, petition the Undergraduate Studies Office to request that a University Seminar count toward a General Education requirement. Students under the new Undergraduate Curriculum Requirements may take University Seminars any time after the completion of their First-Year Seminar. Many of the University Seminars also meet major and/or minor requirements. Students should consult their academic advisers.
During Spring 2009, the Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice Department will sponsor its third “Inside/Out” course at the House of Corrections on State Road in Philadelphia. The course’s students will include 12 “outside” Arcadia Students and 12 “inside” students from the House of Corrections. The class will meet on Friday mornings. Applications are due Oct. 23.
Junior and senior students interested in participating in the class can pick up an application from Dr. John Noakes, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, in Easton Hall 337. (Or click here.) Information on the course and the Inside/Out program can be found on the Criminal Justice bulletin board on the third floor of Easton Hall. Participation in the course is by permission of the department only. Students will be selected for participation based on their academic interests and achievement, maturity, and career plans. Applications are due Oct. 23 to Noakes.
The course, designed for juniors and seniors, will carry 6 credits and will include a 2-credit Global Connections Reflection to take place separate from the class meetings. This course also is an example of a Glenside-based course that fulfills the Global Connections Experience requirement for undergraduate students entering Fall 2008 and after. See Global Connections Experience in the new Undergraduate Curriculum.)
Global Connections Experience: Abroad, Away, Across Cultures
For students who entered Arcadia this fall, the Global Connections Experience, a new part of the Undergraduate Curriculum, can be fulfilled in the following different ways:
"We're especially excited to have these Global Connections Experience opportunities at other colleges across the country for students to be able to explore cross-cultural differences and local/global interconnections and continue to pay Arcadia tuition. In addition to these exchanges, we also have great opportunities for students to have Global Connections Experiences without leaving town. Combined with the wonderful study abroad options we have, our students have amazing opportunities to explore local communities, other regions of the country and the world,” says Dr. Ellen Skilton-Sylvester, Associate Professor of Education/Coordinator of ESL Programs Director of Global Connections.
The Global Connections Experience and Reflection provide Arcadia students the opportunity to explore new places and cultures in a sustained cross-cultural experience. Students take a new Global Connections Reflection course during their experience. (See the new heading “Global Connections” in the course schedule.)
The New American Colleges and Universities (ANAC) has launched the ANAC Student Exchange, an innovative program that allows students to spend a semester at one of 13 colleges and universities nationwide. All participating campuses, including Arcadia University, are ANAC members with a history of intercollegiate collaboration and a shared commitment to the integration of liberal arts, professional studies, and civic responsibility.
Through the Student Exchange, students are able to take courses not currently offered on their home campuses, experience a new culture or geographical location, or perform internships that are available in specific locales, such as New York City and Washington, DC. Experiencing another culture and completing an internship or service learning project are frequently general education requirements at ANAC institutions, and two of the programs—a semester in service at Elon University and a bite of the Big Apple at Wagner College—fulfill Arcadia’s new Undergraduate Curriculum Global Connections Experience. The deadline for both is in early November. Interested students should contact Dr. Ellen Skilton-Sylvester, Associate Professor of Education/Coordinator of ESL Programs Director of Global Connections, at 215-572-2117.
A complete list of programs is available online. Arcadia’s Domestic Exchange program, open to students from other institutions, is called the “Arcadia Philadelphia Semester” and includes three University Seminars and a Global Connections Reflection online course. Read more about the program here.
How the New Undergraduate Curriculum Works
If you’re a new first-year or transfer student this fall, information and guides to the new Undergraduate Curriculum are available at www.arcadia.edu.curriculum. Details and FAQs are available under each of the areas. Consult your academic adviser on planning your schedule for Spring 2009. Details on each academic program also are available at www.arcadia.edu/catalog. Curriculum codes are included in the course schedule, and you can search for courses that fulfill requirements at www.arcadia.edu/curriculumsearch.
If you entered Arcadia University before Fall 2008, your undergraduate General Education requirements are listed in the catalog for the year you entered, also available at www.arcadia.edu/catalog. Note that you can participate in the new University Seminars.
Vote! Election Day Shuttles Nov. 4
The Student Activities Office will be running free Election Day Shuttles to the local polling site on Nov. 4. Shuttles will start at 9 a.m. and run every 15 minutes. The last shuttle will depart from Arcadia at 7 p.m. from Taylor Hall. The first 50 students to take the Election Day Shuttle to vote will receive a free giveaway! Contact the Student Activities Office in Dilworth Hall with any questions.
Local Voters Guides Available on Campus, on Web
To help ensure well-informed voters on Nov. 4, the Montgomery County League of Women Voters has provided 2008 Voters Guides on campus. The guide also can be accessed from the local non-partisan League of Women Voters at www.palwv.org/montco. Remember that local voting is in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County.
Donated Items Needed for Schoolchildren, Military Unit
It’s easy to help. Items are being collected to help inner city schoolchildren and the military unit adopted by the Men’s Lacrosse Club. The Community Service Office and the Men’s Lacrosse Club have placed collection boxes just inside the Landman Library foyer. See some of the items that are needed. Thanks in advance for helping! For more information, contact members of the Staff Council Social and Community Service Committee, Scott Grabus, Library and Information Technology, Katie Kelly, Human Resources, and Jess Madoll, Arcadia Center for Education Abroad.
Men’s Lacrosse Baking for Adopted Military Unit
“By treating yourself, your friend, or even your favorite professor to a sweet treat you will be helping Arcadia students raise money to ship packages of donated personal necessities overseas to our adopted military troop stationed in Iraq,” says Jason Winkler, a captain of the Men’s Lacrosse Club organizing the Bake Sale. The Men’s Lacrosse Club and members of Knight Club will be baking on Nov. 2 and the baked goods will be ready to pick up on Monday, Nov. 3, in the Community Service Office in Dilworth Hall after 10 a.m. Click here for the order form. Return all completed forms and payment via intercampus mail to the Lacrosse Club. To see how to donate supplies to the bakers, visit www.arcadia.edu/communityservice.For more information, contact Christine Friis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flu Vaccines Available for Students, Faculty, Staff
Student Health Services continues to offer influenza vaccination until supplies exhaust. This vaccine inoculates against the various types of influenza the Centers for Disease Control expects to emerge this year. The cost is $10 for students and $20 for faculty and staff. You may come to Student Health Services Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m.
Intramural Flag Football—Get a Team Together
Sign up now for Intramural Flag Football! Attend an open scrimmage on Sunday, Oct. 26, and on Nov. 2, 9, 16, and 23, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Team sign-ups are in Kuch Gym, Room 103, by Thursday, Oct. 30. The format is co-ed, 7v7, no contact. For more information, contact Assistant Athletic Director Rick Brownell.
English Alum Writes About Simple Times of Childhood
Carolyn Cochran '56 doesn’t let her vision problems stop her from helping others to peek into the past, particularly her childhood in east Texas, “a time when kids could be kids, adults could be trusted and it was safe to walk to and play in the park unsupervised,” says her Web site www.carolyncochrancreations.com. Cochran earned a B.A. in English from Arcadia, and she invites Arcadia alumni to leave a note and read from her latest book, East Texas Garden of Verses.
The Bugs of My Youth: East Texas from 1935 to 1946 provides insight into her work: “Before AC, TV, and DDT, I played in Mother's flowerbed. Neighborhood kids joined me. We dug up earthworms, Doodle bugs, lady bugs, and ants. We chased and dropped them down each other's back. We ran and struggled to be free. We rolled in the dirt to stop painful stings. We dug up wiggling earthworms and watched them crawl in our hands. They raised their heads and stared at us….”
Cochran, who lost vision in one eye and recently had her fourth corneal transplant on her seeing eye, became a writer, poet and author after retiring and while almost blind. “I try to recreate the open air communities we had then before we had air conditioning and television.”
Class of 2009: Make a Golden Disc Nomination
Seniors and faculty received information about the Senior Golden Disc Award via e-mail last week. Please take the time to nominate a deserving classmate and outstanding student–a senior class member who inspires admiration and exemplifies outstanding leadership abilities.
Arcadia Crowns Mr. Beaver 2008-09
On Saturday, Oct. 18, students crowned the winner of the latest Mr. Beaver pageant, Arcadia's male-only talent and swimsuit competition. Shawn Lovett '11, representing Knight Hall, won the pageant; he was dressed as Sarah Palin.
Contestants were nominated by a club, organization, team, or hall to compete in the hopes of obtaining the Mr. Beaver crown. Attendees at the pageant will participated in a raffle for a chance to win big prizes, and enjoyed the antics of guest emcee, Baron Vaughn, who was recently a featured comedian in the 2006 HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen, Colo. View photos.
Paulk Provides Keynote at Safe In Hunterdon Event
Dr. David Paulk, Associate Professor of Medical Science and Community Health, was the keynote speaker on Oct. 16 in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Safe in Hunterdon’s Clothesline Project in Flemington, N.J., as reported on NJ.com and in the Star Ledger. Safe in Hunterdon is a nonprofit agency that provides free and confidential services, including children’s services, crisis intervention, a safe house, a transitional house, legal advocacy, and individual and group counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Johnston to Participate in Interview Series on the Architecture of Imprisonment
Dr. Norman Johnston, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, has been asked by the Socio Design Foundation of Denver, Colo. to participate in an interview series about the sociology and architecture of imprisonment. The Foundation seeks to further the dialog of architecture’s sociological impact. To carry this out it runs an international student architecture competition. This year the focus is on the architecture of incarceration.Johnson is one of 17 architects, academics in criminology, criminal justice and law as well as former prison system officials selected from the United States, New Zealand, England, Austria, South Africa and Australia. The students from various countries are mostly on the graduate level.
Students will view the various interviews on the Foundation’s Web site during October and November to aid them in their prison design project competition. Johnston’s interview will be viewed on Oct. 24.
The Rocky Horror Show, through Oct. 26
Arcadia University’s Theatre Department brings The Rocky Horror Show, Richard O'Brien's cult no-holds-barred show, to the MainStage Theatre Oct. 16 through Oct. 26.
The Rocky Horror Show was a long-running London musical that opened on June 19, 1973. It was conceived by O’Brien, in collaboration with Australian theater director Jim Sharman. Recently rated in a BBC Radio listener’s poll, The Rocky Horror Show was voted the eighth of England’s Most Essential Musicals.
Arcadia’s production is being directed by Kevin Glaccum the Producing Artistic Director for the Azuka Theatre in Philadelphia. Musical direction is by Matt Schlatter. Arcadia University’s MainStage Theatre is located at 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa.
Show times are: 8 p.m. on Oct. 23, 24 and 25 with matinee performances on Oct. 25 and 26 at 2 p.m. For ticket reservations and more information visit www.arcadia.edu/arcadiatheatre.
202 Revealed: Senior Social, Oct. 23
202. Can you crack the code? If you found this in your Arcadia mailbox, then you must be an Arcadia Senior. Still looking for the answer? Look no more. 202 is the senior class social taking place on Thursday, Oct. 23, at 9 p.m. at the newly installed water feature at the front of Easton Hall. Seniors will get to mingle, enjoy free food and join senior week planning committees. Contact Maya Stewart '09 for more information.
Continuing Education Program in Psychology Presents Multicultural Competencies, Oct. 24
Arcadia University’s Continuing Education Program in Psychology (AUCEPP) and the Association for Women in Psychology’s Philadelphia Chapter present the first of a series of lectures for 2008-09 on Friday, Oct. 24, from 2 to 5 p.m. in Kuch Hospitality Suite, Kuch Center. Arpana Inman, Associate Professor and Admission Coordinator in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at Lehigh University will speak on “Multicultural Competencies in Supervision and Training.” The lecture is the first in a series for 2008-09 that is co-sponsored by the Psychology Department of Arcadia University and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association for Women in Psychology. For more information on registration, contact Carol Lyman at 215-572-4693.
Inman’s research interests are in the area of multicultural competence in supervision and training. She has researched, published and presented both nationally and internationally in the area of supervision and training. Participants will gain knowledge in understanding how culture informs the conceptualization of supervisory relationships, gain awareness of elements and processes in multicultural supervision, and develop an understanding of multicultural supervision competence as ethical practice. Arcadia University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Arcadia University maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Total CE units earned for counseling programs is 1.5 contact hours. Read more.
Author and Celebrated Poet David Keplinger Speaks at Arcadia University, Oct. 24
Arcadia University’s Visiting Writers Series presents author David Keplinger on Friday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m., in Grey Towers Castle Mirror Room.
The lecture is free and open to the public. Arcadia University is located at 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa. For more information about arts and cultural events at Arcadia University, visit www.arcadia.edu/arts.
Keplinger is the author of three collections of poetry, most recently The Prayers of Others, which won the 2007 Colorado Book Award. His translations of Danish poet Carsten Rene Nielsen, World Cut Out with Crooked Scissors, appeared in 2007. Read more.
Scary Movie Fest, Oct. 25
Not yet in the Halloween sprit? Head to the Chat for Scary Movie Fest on Saturday Oct. 25. At 9 p.m., curl up with friends for a double feature of two terrifying movies.
Haunted Castle “Director’s Cut,” Oct. 26
Join members of the Society for Castle Restoration (SCR) as they ghoul up for the Haunted Castle. Guests will be escorted along a path of terror and surprise as they navigate through the historic building. The Student Almuni Ambasadors(SAA) will offer Ghost Tours of the campus, regaling the audience with some of the ghost stories associated with the Castle, the baseball field, Spruance, and more. Admission is $3 for students and children and $5 for the general public.
‘A Sustainable Future: Going Green in a Global World,’ Oct. 29
Arcadia University’s Distinguished Speaker Series presents Dr. Debra Rowe on “A Sustainable Future: Going Green in a Global World” on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m., in Murphy Hall, Stiteler Auditorium. Arcadia University is located at 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa.
Rowe is the President of the U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development. The U.S. Partnership convenes members of the business, education, community, government, and faith sectors and catalyzes sustainability initiatives. Rowe is also Senior Fellow at the Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future, National Co-coordinator of the Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium, Founder of the Disciplinary Associations’ Network for Sustainability, and Senior Adviser to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. She helps higher education associations and institutions integrate sustainability into mission, curricula, research, student life, purchasing and investments, facilities and operations, and community partnerships. Read more.
Study Abroad Info Sessions, Oct. 29
Meet with an adviser and Arcadia students who have studied abroad to learn more about international options during a Study Abroad Information Session.
Information Sessions are scheduled for Oct. 29 and Nov. 5, from 7 to 8 p.m., at Oak Summit B41, and Nov. 11, from 5 to 6 p.m., in The Chat Meeting Room. For more information, contact the Office of International Services at 215-572-2867. Discussion topics include:
Mamma Mia! Broadway Show, Nov. 1
Tickets are still available for the trip to Broadway to see Mamma Mia! The trip is on Saturday Nov. 1, and the bus will depart from Taylor Hall at 9 a.m. The $50 ticket includes entrance into the musical, as well as bus transportation to and from New York City. Please sign up on the Events Calendar on MyArcadia. Contact the Student Activities Office in Dilworth Hall with any questions.
Knight Madness, Nov. 6
The 4th Annual Knight Madness takes place on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 10 p.m. in the Kuch Gymnasium. This event, sponsored by Residence Hall Council, will rock campus with the announcement and recognition of all the athletic teams, highlighted at midnight by the kickoff of the men’s and women’s basketball season.
During the past three years, more than 2,300 students, faculty, staff and alumni have attended Knight Madness. More than $2,000 worth of prizes will be handed out throughout the night. And there will be giveaways as everyone enters the gym. Clubs, organizations, athletic teams, residence halls and commuters are encouraged to show how much spirit they have by creating banners to decorate the gym. All Students are encouraged to wear class shirts. Read more.
Grant Writing Workshop for Faculty and Staff, Nov. 6 and 7
Faculty and staff are invited to attend an information-sharing workshop on grant writing to external funding agencies on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., in the Kuch Hospitality Suite. Dr. John Hoffman, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Barbara Sheehan, Director of Sponsored Research and Programs, will lead this workshop. Refreshments will be served.
Due to popular demand, an additional workshop has been scheduled for Friday, Nov. 7, from 12 to 1:30 pm in the Kuch Hospitality Suite. Lunch will be served.
Learn about colleague collaboration, appropriate sources of grants, policies and procedures for submitting grant proposals, and support systems that will be available to you as a member of Arcadia’s faculty or staff. A monthly schedule of grant-writing support groups will be set up for those who have identified a funding source for their research projects or outreach programs.
R.S.V.P. to Cathy Gemmell at email@example.com or call 215-572-4111 by Oct. 30, 2008.
SAA Coffeehouse, Nov. 7
Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA) are presenting a Coffeehouse on Nov. 7 from 8 to 11 p.m. in the Castle, Mirror and Rose Rooms. SAA is looking for performers, which can include, but are not limited to singing, dancing, poetry, and playing an instrument. If you are interested please email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come join us November 7 from 8 to 11 p.m. for free coffee, tea, and snacks.
Race Matters: Jewish Identity, Nov. 12
Race Matters, a Campus-Wide Discussion on Race, presents “Jewish Identity” on Wednesday, Nov. 12, from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in the University Gallery Room in Landman Library. The campus community is invited, and lunch is provided. Race Matters is sponsored by the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, the Office of Student Affairs, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information, contact John Noakes, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, 215-572-2897.
Empty Bowl Dinner, Nov. 17
Arcadia University holds its annual Empty Bowl Dinner to fight hunger and homelessness on Monday, Nov. 17, in Grey Towers Castle. The community is invited to participate in this service event. Seating is by ticket only, with the first seating from 4:30 to 6 p.m. and the second seating from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Since 1993, Arcadia University has been holding the Empty Bowl Dinner to help fight hunger and homelessness in U.S. cities as well as in other countries. Everyone who attends will get to select a handcrafted bowl made by Arcadia students and local artists in and the around the community. They can then fill their bowls, choosing from an assortment of mouth-watering soups, amazing breads, and desserts—all donated by restaurants and individuals in and around the campus. Read more.
International Education Week, Nov. 17- 20
International Education Week is a national initiative that aims to promote intercultural exchange. This year, Arcadia promises a week full of fun!
Empty Bowl Benefit Dinner: Arcadia University staff and students share a simple meal of soup and bread at the Empty Bowl Benefit Dinner on Monday, Nov. 17, to raise awareness of hunger and poverty across borders. The Northwest Interfaith Hospitality Network of Philadelphia and Heifer Project International are the beneficiaries. Order tickets, $12 for students and $15 for non-students, at www.arcadia.edu/emptybowl.
Study Away Fair: The lunchtime Study Away Fair on Tuesday, Nov. 18, highlights opportunities for short-term, semester and year-long programs across the globe. Talk with faculty who will offer short-term programs, students who have traveled the globe, and professionals from Arcadia’s Center for Education Abroad and the Office of International Services. Don’t miss the Scholarship Corner.
Movie Nights: Two movie nights will highlight intercultural themes. On Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m., I.O.U.S.A. will delve into the topic of the United States’ national debt crisis and how it affects everyone. I’m Not Scared is the story of an Italian boy who realizes that his small town is not what it seems. It will be shown Monday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in Brubaker 102 and is R-rated and subtitled.
The week will wrap up with Celebrating Cultures on Thursday, Nov. 20. This annual event will highlight Arcadia’s Global Connections via personal stories, food, and fashion of Arcadia community members. The night always proves to be entertaining for students, staff, and faculty alike! Read "Celebrating the World at Arcadia" by Katelyn DiBenedetto.
Check the online Events Calendar at http://calendar.arcadia.edu.
Share Your Study Abroad Experience!
University Relations is looking for study abroad experiences from current Arcadia students and alumni. Let us know—through writings, photos, videos or audio clips—what you learned and how it has impacted your life. Experiences will be posted as part of Arcadia's celebration of 60 years of studying abroad and may be used in other University publications. Visit www.arcadia.edu/studyabroadmemories for guidelines and submission forms.
Field Hockey Snaps Five-Game Winless Draught with 4-2 Win
(5-12) Arcadia University Field Hockey saw its five game winless streak, finding enough offense to notch a 4-2 non-conference victory over local rival Bryn Mawr College. Read more.
Women's Doubles Team Falls to Wilkes in MAC Semis
Arcadia University first year Megan Gillespie and sophomore Danielle Klim entered the MAC Individual Tournament, having only lost once as #3 Doubles partners. On Saturday, the duo advanced out of the first round and captured the fourth seed for Sunday's quarterfinal round, where they won again, defeating Jen Bader and Maria Cometa of King's College in a thrilling 9-7 set win. But winning meant moving on to face the top seeded #3 Doubles pair of Michelle Knight and Rebekah Shanamna from Wilkes who held Gillespie/Klim pointless in an 8-0 win for the eventual #3 Doubles Champions. Read more.
Elizabethtown Blanks Men’s Soccer in Commonwealth Play
The Blue Jays of Elizabethtown College scored a pair of goals nearly 30 minutes apart while holding Arcadia University scoreless on just three shots on goal picking up their first Commonwealth Conference Men's Soccer win of the season, 2-0, over the Knights, who are left in search of their first league victory. Read more.
35-Yard Blast Puts Women's Soccer on Top in Commonwealth Showdown
A 35-yard blast off the right foot of Arcadia sophomore Katie O'Malley sailed high over the head of Elizabethtown goal keeper Angela Freeland at 75:08, breaking a 1-1 game as the Knights prevailed in today's Commonwealth Conference Women's Soccer showdown 2-1 at Elizabethtown College. Read more.
Dutchmen Take Home 3-0 Win over Women's Volleyball
(8-13) The Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley College remains a perfect 4-0 in Commonwealth Conference Women's Volleyball with a 3-0 victory over the Knights of Arcadia University. The Dutchmen improve to an impressive 24-2, while the Knights fall to 8-13 and 1-4 in league play. Game scores were 25-15, 25-16, 25-17. Read more.
Students in the News
Drew Nesbit, a graduate student in the D.P.T. program, won his second Harzt Fall Blast 5K, as reported in the Oct. 9 Lititz Record Express. Nesbit won the men’s race in 15:28. “The big thing today is it’s neat to be back running, it’s neat to be back home in Lancaster, and running for the Hartz race,” says Nesbit.
Faculty in the News
Dr. Marty Eastlack, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, was interviewed for an article in the Oct. 17 Metro (Philadelphia, Pa.) on the growing demand for physical therapists. “Nationally there are many more PT positions open than there are physical therapists to fill them,” Eastlack says.
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