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Mar 1, 2012 Sarah Schwartz

The Herald News: Cote ’14 Reflects on 'Life Changing' Service Trip

The Herald News (Fall River, Mass.) reported on Erin Cote ’14, who spent winter break in Guatemala bringing health care to people in makeshift clinics, churches and nutrition centers. The service trip was organized through Arcadia University and the organization Hearts in Motion. Cote is a Biology...

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Jan 24, 2012 Sarah Schwartz

Gilman Scholarship Recipient Explores Art History Amidst Estruscan Walls

Dao La ’13, an Art History major in the Honors program, is currently studying at the Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy, through Arcadia University’s College of Global Studies (CGS). Her semester in the heart of Italy, living and studying amidst Etruscan walls is made possible, in part, by a...

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Nov 15, 2011 Purnell Cropper

Students Inspired By Civic and Business Leaders at Honors Panel

By Michael Schwartz ’14 Stiteler Auditorium was alive with inspiration as a group of civic and business leaders shared fascinating stories of success with more than 50 attentive Arcadia students during a panel discussion organized by the Honors Program. The occasion served as a guide for young...

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Nov 11, 2011 Purnell Cropper

On Veterans Day: The Intersection of Lives and Missions in a Small World

By Lori Bauer My eyes were drawn immediately to the service medals on Tim Zerbe’s uniform. Row after row of them. My mind wandered. I wasn’t thinking of the theaters Zerbe had served in. I was thinking of the veterans’ accounts on this week’s History Channel series, Vietnam in HD: It's not the...

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Nov 4, 2011 Sarah Schwartz

From Inspiration to Fruition: Schrift '12 Writes and Directs Original Musical

A plan that was conceived in Scotland and crafted in University Seminar is currently being realized. At the Corner of Bethlehem and Broadway is an original musical, written and directed by Honors student Lauren Schrift ’12, who is in the Pre-Physician Assistant Program. Soon it will be performed in...

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Mar 29, 2011 Sarah Schwartz

Volunteers Still Needed for Campus-Wide Hunger Challenge, April 6

Arcadia University’s Honors Program and Cindy Rubino, Coordinator of Community Service, will box hundreds of breakfasts to deliver to Aid for Friends, which serves members of the community without access to food. Volunteers are still needed for the event, which takes place on Wednesday, April 6,...

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Aug 3, 2010 Purnell Cropper

Pirates: Jack Sparrow or Somalian Hijackers? Asks Honors Class

By Sarah R. Schwartz '10 A new Honors Program course—Piracy: The Sea Rover’s Life and Practice—asks the question: "Who do we call pirates today?" Pirates generally aren’t thought of as topics of academic study, but rather as characters of pop culture. Dr. Sandra Hordis, Assistant Professor of...