Arcadia University News


June 2, 2011

La Cultivates Arcadia's Garden and Community Participation

Art History major Dao La ’13 isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty when it comes to Arcadia’s green initiatives. She personally wrote and designed a guide to help the campus and greater community care for and benefit from Arcadia’s vegetable garden. ( Get the garden guide .) In spring 2010 the garden...

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March 22, 2011

Arcadia Knight Leads to Chance Encounter Atop Eiffel Tower

By Michelle Tooker ’07,’10M In one of those “small world” moments, students on Paris Preview met an Arcadia alum and senior atop the Eiffel Tower. The chance encounter wouldn’t have happened if it wasn't for a little help from Arcadia’s Knight. While Kara Wright ’14 , Sara Lemley ’14 , Jordyn...

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January 28, 2011

Intramural Sports: More than 80 Soccer Players Appear at the Dome

Turnout for intramural sports at the Dome was tremendous last week. More than 80 people showed up to play soccer. The fun continues next week. The schedule is as follows. Monday, Jan. 31: Indoor Intramural Soccer League Tuesday, Feb. 1: Ultimate Frisbee Wednesday, Feb. 2: Indoor Intramural Soccer...

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May 25, 2010

Hertlein Awarded Health Administration Distinguished Achievement Award

Ashley L. Hertlein was awarded the Health Administration Distinguished Achievement Award at Arcadia University’s 2010 Honors Convocation. The award is given to a senior who has demonstrated academic excellence by a senior in Health Administration. "Ashley is one of the most personable students ever...

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May 14, 2010

Tetreault Thesis: 35 Days, 35 Articles, 35 Posters

It was Feb. 9 when senior Graphic Design major Rick Tetreault ’10 blogged about his ambitious goal, soon to be the title of his senior Capstone thesis: “35 days, 35 articles, 35 posters.” The articles came from the New York Times . The artistry was inspired—not just by the daily headlines, but also...

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May 11, 2010

McCarney Awarded Gomberg Award in Reading

Kathleen E. McCarney was awarded the Adeline W. Gomberg Award in Reading at Arcadia University’s 2010 Honors Convocation. McCarney, of South Philadelphia, volunteers for the Center for Literacy and is helping with a fifth-grade classroom at JH Taggart Elementary School in Philadelphia. She attended...

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April 16, 2010

Top Student Business Majors Inducted into Delta Mu Delta

The Arcadia University Department of Business/Health Administration and Economics congratulates 11 students who have pursued excellence in their academic preparation for careers in business and have earned invitations to Delta Mu Delta in 2010. Student business majors who rank in the top 20 percent...

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April 9, 2010

Gordon Publishes on Success of Faculty-Librarian Collaborations

Reference Librarian Larissa Gordon published an article on “Partnering for Success: Using Mini-Grants to Foster Faculty-Librarian Collaborations” in the March issue of College & Research Libraries News . Her article details the process and results of an Arcadia University-funded grant program...