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Teacher Feature Presents: Eli DeHope

Rebekah Balmer

September 24, 2011


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     As an undergraduate, Dr. Eli DeHope attended Temple University and received a Bachelor's of Social Work degree while playing Field Hockey and Lacrosse. She then continued her education and received a Masters degree in Psychology from West Chester University, a Master's degree...

WCU student continues fundraiser for brother

Hannah Burner

September 24, 2011


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      On Wednesday, Sept. 28, West Chester University student, Samantha Turner, and her family will be holding a fundraiser for David's Drive 831 at Buffalo Wild Wings in Downingtown, in memory of Samantha's brother, David Turner Jr. The fundraiser will run all day long with ten...

Organic, local food proves safer

Hannah Burner

September 24, 2011


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     Do Americans ever wonder where the meat they are putting into their mouths at dinner came from? Or how the vegetables and fruit they're buying in the grocery store were grown? Is the food Americans buy safe to eat? Many people finally want to know the truth. Many want to kn...

Kronum: a new sport for a modern day athlete

Kronum: a new sport for a modern day athlete

Jennifer Mika

September 24, 2011


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     An innovative and revolutionized sport has been developed and a new modern athlete is in demand. It is a combination of soccer, handball, and basketball, and requires a blend of old and new tactics. It is the ability to improvise with your feet, hustle with your hands, and to...

Fabulous fashion for fall season

Jenn Harris

September 17, 2011


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    Early September marks a shift from lazy summer days to the sound of school bells, the rush of jammed freeways and a get-down-to-business mind-set. It's a time for fresh starts, hitting the books and the perfect first-impression outfit.     Even women beyond school ag...

EatWC.com takes off

Diane Worthington

September 17, 2011


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Fragmented sleep may impair memory, learning

Melissa Healy

September 17, 2011


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    Forgotten how to do something you just learned yesterday? Consider the possibility that last night's sleep was punctuated by mini-awakenings, robbing you of the ability to commit that new skill to memory. You might have gotten eight hours of sleep, and may not even feel tired. Bu...

Involvement Fair proves to be successful

Involvement Fair proves to be successful

Rebekah Balmer

September 10, 2011


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    The Involvement Fair took place on Wednesday Sept. 7, 2011 from 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. There were approximately 150 clubs and organizations, and 30 businesses in attendance. The total number of students in attendance was around 600, according to Ellen Howard.     Clubs...

Students can avoid the ‘freshman 15’

Diane Worthington

September 10, 2011


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    Even before that deliciously greasy pizza from Riggtown, there were the fresh, hot fries from Chick-fil-A in Sykes. There was that blueberry muffin with a latte from Starbucks before an 8 a.m. class in Main Hall. There was the free-for-all in Lawrence because they were serving bo...

Teacher Feature: Dr. Jacqueline Zalewski

Rebekah Balmer

September 10, 2011


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    As an Assistant Professor in the Sociology and Anthropology Department, Dr. Jacqueline Zalewski has been teaching for 11 years and teaching at West Chester University for five years. After earning her undergraduate degree in sociology at University of Wisconsin Parkside in Kenosha...

America the Great

Adam Anders

September 10, 2011


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    The land of the free, and the home of the brave: a country whose freedom was brought about 235 years ago when a document was signed that would grant the United States of America a new hope, a new dream, a new love.      From sea to shining sea does that hope of f...

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