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Dec 2, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Collins ’22 Showcases Achievement and Heritage at HSF Financial Conference

By Aaron Uscinowicz '22 Jazmin Collins ’22, a double major in English and Computer Science, attended the Hispanic Scholarship Foundation’s (HSF) 2020 Finance Conference from Oct. 8 to the 11. Collins is the first Arcadia student to attend the conference. Even though she was just one of...

Trivia Night Wording in Neon Colors

Nov 16, 2020 Lisa Stephens

Sigma Tau Literary Trivia Night

Sigma Tau Delta is hosting a literary trivia night on Jackbox! We know it's been a long semester so come unwind before finals and test your literary trivia knowledge!  Event will start at 6:30 pm1  You can email estgermain@arcadia.edu for the zoom link.  Looking forward to...

Arcadia University assistant professor Tracey Levine

Oct 21, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Levine Hosts Virtual Memoir Writing Workshops During Pandemic

Tracey Levine, assistant professor of English, was featured in a Sept. 29 The Kensington Voice article for her work with nonprofit bookstore The Head and the Hand, located in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. While in quarantine, Levine taught a virtual memoir writing workshop for the...

Arcadia University adjunct professor Larry Atkins

Oct 5, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Atkins Publishes About the Importance of On-Campus Learning

Larry Atkins, adjunct professor of English, published an op-ed, “Don’t Sound the Death Knell for Colleges—They’ll Bounce Back,” on RealClearEducation on Sept. 26.  The article discusses how on-campus learning may not be as obsolete as some predict, with the rise of remote learning during...

She is a Beast cover art

Jun 17, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Rosso ’16M, MFA Has New Fairytales Book Reviewed by Mookychick

She is A Beast, a book of fairytales by Christina Rosso ’16M, MFA, was reviewed by Mookychick, a London-based feminist media site. The book, published by APEP Publications, centers around thematic issues of morality, patriarchy, and survival. “She is A Beast is a necessary text in the growing...

(Left to right) Tori, Ed, and Kate Knab in graduation robes and caps.

May 28, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Good Things Come in Threes: Knab Triplets Graduate from Arcadia

Triplets Ed, Kate, and Tori Knab did not plan to attend Arcadia together; on May 15, the three graduated from their "home away from home." Looking back, the trio feels that enrolling at Arcadia together helped with the transition of entering college life, as well to expand their social...

Headshots of Maya and Stacey

May 13, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Alumni Association Elects Two New Council Members

The Arcadia University Alumni Association Leadership Council will welcome two new members: Maya Johnson ’97 and Stacey Downey ’88. Both begin their tenure on June 1. Voting for the Leadership Council election opened on April 17 and continued until May 1. During that time, members of the Arcadia...

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May 7, 2020 Jen Retter

#ArcadiaStrong: Faculty and Staff Standouts During COVID-19

We asked our social media followers to share outstanding faculty and staff experiences they've had in the wake of COVID-19.    "Jodi Bornstein has built a community for ED110 that has been super supportive."  "Kathy Trainor has been very supportive and...

Daijah Patton Mar 29, 2020 9:34 am

VLOG: Blink of an Eye
Art board in Modern Languages Department

Lashanna Bryant Mar 14, 2020 8:00 pm

6 Reasons Why It’s Okay to Not Study Abroad

While Arcadia is known for being one of the best schools in the nation for study abroad, not all students take advantage of the opportunity. For some, it can be because of expenses, fear, no time, or just not having the desire to do so.  However, when you’re at a University where more than...

Male and female working at a table in the Career Education Center.

Jessica Derr Mar 9, 2020 1:10 pm

Grad School Crash Course

Whether you’ve had senioritis and have been counting down the days until your last exam, or just the mention of the Real World is enough to make you break out in a cold sweat, college ends for everyone eventually. Though most leave higher education to pursue a career in the workforce, many opt...

Cheltenham high school

Daijah Patton Feb 27, 2020 7:00 pm

Discovering My Calling

I graduated from Collegium Charter School in Exton, Pa., in 2018. Until about two months before I graduated high school, I still had the nervous expectation that I was supposed to know what I wanted to major in when I went to college. I knew I loved creative writing and reading literature, so I...