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May 22, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Reigner ’17 Highlighted for Overcoming Traumatic Brain Injury

Pivot.Today and Delaware County Daily Times profiled Dana Reigner ‘17, who graduated on May 19 despite the traumatic brain injury she suffered only five years ago. She says her positive experiences in the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia “reinforced the Pharmacy career path,” and hopes to work...

May 17, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Mural Arts Recognized After Glenside Arts Festival

On May 10, Montgomery Media highlighted the Mural Arts program’s community involvement during the Downtown Glenside Arts Festival in late April. The mural, which is located at the Glenside Station underpass, was a year-long collaborative project between Cheltenham Township, SEPTA, and Arcadia....

May 16, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Philadelphia Futures Scholar Featured in Tribune

The Philadelphia Tribune featured Tatiana Redden ‘17 on May 6 as one of two Philadelphia Futures Scholars graduating in Arcadia’s Class of 2017. Philadelphia Futures is an organization that mentors first-generation college students. Redden has been involved with the program since high school....

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May 1, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Shufutinsky ’17 Featured on Divided Cities

On April 21, Times of Israel published a blog written by Dmitri Shufutinsky ’17 on the Arcadia GFS course "Divided Cities," a course which focuses on the political conflict in Cyprus. In his piece, Shufutinsky compares the political climate of Cyprus to Israel. “While in class, there are...

Dr. Riggan discussing her book on Eritrea, "The Struggling State," at a reading in 2016.

Apr 21, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Riggan Featured in The Christian Science Monitor for Study On Ethiopian and Eritrean Relations

Associate Professor of Historical and Political Studies Dr. Jennifer Riggan was featured in a story on April 17 by The Christian Science Monitor on Ethiopia’s acceptance of Eritrean refugees despite the harsh political climate between the two countries. Dr. Riggan, who has conducted a...

Apr 21, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Baker-Doyle Examined Teacher-Led Networks in ‘Education Week’

In an editorial published in the April 12 Education Week, Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle, associate professor of Education and director of Master’s Degree and Certificate Programs, highlighted physical and virtual teacher-led networks that support teachers in the changing educational landscape. Dr. Baker-...

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Apr 20, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Eppenstein ’17 Inspires Reading Eagle Investigation

Austin Eppenstein ’17, elementary education major, was featured in an April series by The Reading Eagle about lead contamination in Muhlenberg Township. Eppenstein’s plea on The Reading Eagle Facebook page for assistance for his mother, who suffers from lead poisoning, was the start of an...

Apr 13, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Boyd Featured in Berkshire Eagle as Honorary Degree Recipient

The Berkshire Eagle featured Dr. Julianne Mamana Boyd ’66, co-founder of Barrington Stage Company, as the honorary degree recipient at Arcadia University’s Undergraduate Commencement on May 19.   Read More

Apr 13, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Theater’s “Spitfire Grill” Highlighted in Broad Street Review

Arcadia University Theater Department was highlighted in a regional roundup of upcoming college and university productions by The Broad Street Review. Writer Mark Cofta named Spitfire Grill one of his “theater picks” for April.   Read More

Apr 13, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Opioids in Your Backyard Highlighted in “For Goodness Sake” Segment on FOX 29

“Opioids in Your Backyard: Montgomery County: A Search for Solutions,” hosted by Arcadia University Department of Public Health, Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, and Montgomery County Community College, was featured in the Times Chronicle and The Intelligencer before the symposium on...

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Apr 10, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Women’s Basketball Coach Featured by HRC for LGBTQ Visibility in NCAA

Lexie Gerson, women’s basketball assistant coach, was profiled in a Human Rights Campaign story about inclusion of the LGBTQ community in NCAA basketball tournaments on March 31. Gerson is one of five openly gay coaches and players highlighted in the story, which highlighted them as “five...

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Mar 30, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Atkins Pens Op-Ed on Free Speech

Larry Atkins, adjunct professor of English, published an op-ed on TheHill.com that discussed the silencing of conservative views on college campuses. Atkins said that it is up to instructors to lead by example, and encourage open discussion in classrooms. “Universities should encourage political...