Many members of the Wilkes community try and make small tokens to make Flipinski feel better and remind her to stay strong in this difficult time.

Accident brings outpouring of support, awareness from campus community

Christine Lee, Senior News Editor

April 17, 2014

An accident on a busy street that left a student in critical condition has caused the Wilkes community to come together in support for her, as well as... READ MORE »»

Beacon staff reflects on time at Wilkes.

Graduates reflect on Wilkes, Beacon

Beacon staff

April 15, 2014

The Beacon graduating staff reflects on their time at Wilkes University by sharing a few Beacon-related stories. See pdf below for centerspread. comments... READ MORE »»

As they climb up the academic ladder in college, students may find themselves smothered by boatloads of work and stacks of books. While it is important to keep up with the work, remember, as Richelle Smith puts it, “You can’t sleep- walk through school.”

Lessons learned: Undergrads, listen to your elders

Alyssa Stencavage, Ashley Evert, L&A&E Editor, Assistant Managing Editor

April 15, 2014

With graduation just weeks away, most seniors are on the relentless search for jobs. But, before they dive into the workforce, they’ve reflected on their... READ MORE »»

Caption: As they climb up the academic ladder in college, students may find themselves smothered by boatloads of work and stacks of books. While it is important to keep up with the work, remember, as Richelle Smith puts it, “You can’t sleep- walk through school.”

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Are tattoos still taboo in 2014?

James Jaskolka, L&A&E Assistant Editor

April 15, 2014

“It’s a neo-traditional tattoo, so it’s a little different from American traditional,” Roxana Mery explained, stretching her leg to reveal her... READ MORE »»

Caption: Attendance at the Electric City Tattoo Convention, as well as a shifting societal view, seem to suggest that tattoos are becoming more acceptable in the workplace than they have been in previous years.

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Many members of the Wilkes community try and make small tokens to make Flipinski feel better and remind her to stay strong in this difficult time.

Accident brings outpouring of support, awareness from campus community

Christine Lee, Senior News Editor

An accident on a busy street that left a student in critical condition has caused the Wilkes community to come together in support for her, as... read story

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Cell phones have been called a distraction in the work place along with in the classroom. New ordinances are in the drawing stages for bans on cell phones in certain environments.

Silencing cell phones in more than the classroom

Alyssa Stencavage, L&A&E Editor

First a buzz, then a ring. Then the phone appears. That’s how it all starts. It was exam day, and the days before were rough for one student.... read story

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As they climb up the academic ladder in college, students may find themselves smothered by boatloads of work and stacks of books. While it is important to keep up with the work, remember, as Richelle Smith puts it, “You can’t sleep- walk through school.”

Lessons learned: Undergrads, listen to your elders

Alyssa Stencavage, Ashley Evert, L&A&E Editor, Assistant Managing Editor

With graduation just weeks away, most seniors are on the relentless search for jobs. But, before they dive into the workforce, they’ve reflected... read story

April 15, 2014 • 0 comments

Students to perform with Philharmonic at Scranton Cultural Center

Amanda Kornak, Correspondent

Wilkes University’s Choral director, Steven Thomas, has been working with his students and other choral directors from local universities to... read story

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Getting to know: Kendra Croker

Getting to know: Kendra Croker

Brandon Gubitosa, Interim Sports Editor

Meet Kendra Croker, a freshman tennis player majoring in biology pre-med at Wilkes. Kendra is from Old Forge and attended Scranton Prep High School. In the fall season, she... read story

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Online marketplace ‘ETSY’ sell-ebrates artist’s effort

If you thought craft sales died with the dinosaurs, you may be wrong. They relocated. Like most operations these days, craft sales have gone digital. One website in particular... read story

April 17, 2014 • 0 comments

‘Empire’ does not rise to original ‘300’

‘Empire’ does not rise to original ‘300’

Kevin Herberling, Contributing Writer

This movie was neither a sequel, nor a prequel. In fact, the storyline starts before King Leonidas and his fearless 300 engage with the Persian army at the legendary battle... read story

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