Jun 21, 2022 Daniel DiPrinzio

Jones '23 Finds Connection while Studying in London

Harper Jones ’23 knew she’d enjoy the theater scene in London. An Acting major with a Musical Theater concentration, Jones was in one of the globe’s theater capitals almost the entire spring semester on a study abroad program with Arcadia London Center and Goldsmith University. What she may not...

Areiana Edwards' record player and records

Areiana Edwards Oct 19, 2020 12:00 pm

Now Playing: Areiana’s Quarantine Recs

Being in quarantine is tough to say the least. Not being able to see friends or family, having to do school online, and the constant fear of catching COVID constantly weigh on my mind and bring down my mood.  Trying to take care of my mental health along with my academic...

Rikki peeks over a book she is reading while a stack of books sit nearby

Rikki Rosenthal Apr 17, 2020 5:02 pm

Self-Isolation Reading Recommendations

Hello, friends! As we are all doing our best to social distance, I figured it was prime time to recommend some of my favorite books and share my reading list with you. I thought it would be fun to assign books to majors, so here we go. Creative Writing The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo If...

Flyer for Mozart Mondays

Oct 15, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Bryant Takes Lead of the Music Program

“The classics are 200-year-old rock and roll,” said Dr. David Bryant, new interim program director of Music. “The idea that composers write music that people don’t understand isn’t true. They’d never sell a show if they did. I want to re-educate the community about understanding music.” This is...

University Choir

University Choir meets every Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. in Murphy 117.
Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 16:00

The choir is open to all faculty, staff, and students. No audition required. For more information, contact Bill Naydan.Read More


campus news

Think Tank Competition for Funding Projects

The Humanities Research Lab is seeking project proposals.
Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 12:45

Get funding for a collaborative interdisciplinary project with faculty. The Humanities Research Lab (2035 Church Rd) is hosting a Think Tank Competition for students and faculty working on cutting-edge humanities projects (Art History, Music, Literature, Religion, Philosophy, History, Modern Languages). The groups working on the project must include faculty and students. 

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Kathryn Jones May 29, 2019 11:00 am

Samuel Heifetz, Adjunct Professor of Music

For the past four years, the First Friday Concert series has been held every first Friday of the month from noon to 1 p.m. in Grey Towers Castle’s Mirror Room. The series boasts an array of talented musicians, both Arcadia faculty and artists outside of our community. Here, Adjunct...

Lashanna Bryant May 29, 2019 10:52 am

Elizabeth Gillen ’19, Battle of The Bands Underdog

Elizabeth Gillen ’19, a Computer Science major and Music minor, talks about her love for music, her time here at Arcadia, and her hopes for sharing her music on Spotify while also working as a programmer in Florida after graduation. What made you come to Arcadia? I came to Arcadia...

Concert at Susquehanna Bank.

Kathryn Jones Feb 20, 2019 7:05 pm

Music Lovers: Unforgettable Nights Await You

If you’ve read some of my past posts, you probably know that I love music. I’ve been singing and playing instruments for as long as I can remember, and I am currently pursuing a Music minor here at Arcadia. But, this love extends past just singing solos and playing in the orchestra. Ever since...

Feb 1, 2019 Lisa Stephens

First Fridays in the Castle

Violoncellissimo!  Join Dr. George Atanasiu for a First Friday in the castle concert!

Feb 1, 2019 Lisa Stephens

First Fridays in the Castle

Join Dr. Hoejin Sim (soprano) for a Songs of Spring concert as we celebrate the First Fridays in the Castle Concert Series.

Lashanna Bryant Dec 19, 2018 1:59 pm

JtheMC, Rapper with a Purpose

Communications major Jonathan McCoy ’20 discusses his passion for music, poetry, and performing. What made you choose to come to Arcadia? J: I went to Cheltenham High School, which is directly across the street. So I was always around. I even remember Dr. Loury hosting the Black Male...