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IHRC study break lets students relax

Cameron Hinkel

May 6, 2014

Games, cotton candy, and caricature drawings headline Wilkes University study break. Wilkes University’s Inter-Residence Hall Council hosted its annual... READ MORE »»

Billy Scarbrough of mountaineer, sings along with the fans.

Wilkes hosts post-Big Event music showcase

James Jaskolka, Assistant L&A&E Editor

May 5, 2014

Students and community come together for punk music appreciation following the university’s Big Event. The commuter lounge on the first floor of... READ MORE »»

Caption: Billy Scarbrough of mountaineer, sings along with the fans.

Junior, Jenna Vislosky (left) Senior, Jacklyn Palummo (middle) and Senior, Hayley Dutka enjoy the "Big Event's" backyard barbecue.

400 participate in Wilkes’ third annual Big Event

Alec Wizar, Correspondent

May 5, 2014

The Big Event, which takes place on Wilkes University’s campus, is a single day of university-wide community service. Students, faculty, staff, and... READ MORE »»

Caption: Junior Jenna Vislosky (left), senior Jacklyn Palummo (middle) and senior, Hayley Dutka enjoy the "Big Event's" backyard barbecue.

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Former senator speaks on foreign policy, Ukraine at Wilkes

Shawn Carey, Correspondent

May 4, 2014

Sen. Richard Lugar spoke on his experience in foreign policy, specifically his time in the Ukraine at the 33rd annual Max Rosenn Lecture. Sen. Richard... READ MORE »»

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Former senator speaks on foreign policy, Ukraine at Wilkes

Shawn Carey, Correspondent

Sen. Richard Lugar spoke on his experience in foreign policy, specifically his time in the Ukraine at the 33rd annual Max Rosenn Lecture. Sen.... read story

May 4, 2014 • 0 comments

Student Government President Ian Foley and Wilkes President Patrick Leahy attended a gathering featuring local college reps and Rep. Matt Cartwright.

Wilkes hosts Cartwright roundtable with college reps

Christine Lee, Senior News Editor

Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-17th District) hosted a roundtable discussion April 25 with presidents and students from 11 area colleges on the issues... read story

April 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Study break 3-web

IHRC study break lets students relax

Cameron Hinkel

Games, cotton candy, and caricature drawings headline Wilkes University study break. Wilkes University’s Inter-Residence Hall Council hosted... read story

May 6, 2014 • 0 comments

Billy Scarbrough of mountaineer, sings along with the fans.

Wilkes hosts post-Big Event music showcase

James Jaskolka, Assistant L&A&E Editor

Students and community come together for punk music appreciation following the university’s Big Event. The commuter lounge on the first... read story

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New men’s basketball coach to lead Colonels

New men’s basketball coach to lead Colonels

Cara Basile, Correspondent

Wilkes University has chosen Izzi Metz to coach the men’s basketball team for the 2014-2015 season. Izzi Metz, who will begin his new career at Wilkes next year, has high... read story

May 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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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

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‘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

April 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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