Repeat in the East by Phillies

  Before the season started, shortstop Jimmy Rollins made another bold prediction as he has been accustomed to over the past two years. “Philadelphia Phillies will be the team to beat in the East” and...

Parking in Bloom – The Curse of the Purple Decal

Complaints about sufficient parking, or a lack of it, and subsequent fines for violations are heard almost anywhere with high numbers of cars and people.

Amnesty International Hosts Invisible Children Screenings

The film Invisible Children is a documentary made by three college students from California who traveled to Uganda in 2003 to “find a story.” What they found was a 22-year long war, currently the longest war in Africa, and the thousands of people that are afflicted by the brutality, torture, and sexual violence of the LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army). The film is called Invisible Children because the filmmakers believed the children who are forced to fight in a violent guerilla army were invisible to the United States. With the use of humor and real footage, this film has raised momentous amounts of awareness and even formed a non-profit organization out of high public response.

Water Polo Kicks Off Tournament

  I am very picky in terms of my sports. I acknowledge baseball, basketball and football (hockey is on probation) while everything else kind of just blends into the background.   There is a problem with this...

Husky Highlights

 Battle of the bands- While at Bloomsburg, I have had the privilege of witnessing community members rise to meet a pressure situation on several occasions. I was present when the student body packed (and...

What to Wear When We’re Grown-Up

Soon our college careers will come to an end and we will be expected to act and dress like young professionals in the business world.  How do we know what young professionals look and...

Do YOU Have a Clue About the Flu?

Flu season is around the corner and is expected to hit Bloomsburg soon with a force unlike any other. Are you prepared for it?According to Bloomsburg's Today Web site, “this year the Student Health...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

   An oldie but a goody, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest tells the...

Denied Trays on Tuesday? Give Us Choice!

I am curious what the feelings were about Bloomsburg University's policy of "Trayless Tuesday."  It is my understanding that the majority of students will not even attempt to eat at the Scranton Commons on...