True Crime Local Documentary to Feature Dr. Katherine Ramsland

On Thursday, February 26, at 6:30pm, Dr. Katherine Ramsland, professor of psychology and director of the MACJ program, will be featured in a local documentary on WFMZ-TV. Kids Who Kill will discuss Bryan and David Freeman, brothers who are serving life sentences for the murders of their parents in Salisbury Township, Pa., in 1995. Dr. Ramsland was interviewed for the documentary.

DeSales videographer Tim Cox, who came to us from WFMZ, helped his friend, reporter Jaccii Farris, by shooting a segment of the documentary.

Watch Channel 69, WFMZ, on campus on Channel 8.

Film, Dance and Chocolate!

Film, Dance and Chocolate! Chef John creates a meal to rival the feast in the popular movie, Chocolat, to celebrate the achievements of our Screendance Festival.

On Thursday, March 12, join John Bell, Deb Walter, and TV/Film Faculty for a scrumptious feast prior to the Dance Ensemble Concert later that evening. Held in the DUC, the evening will begin with open bar at 6 p.m. and include delicious appetizers and a dinner at 6:30 p.m. of roasted meats with accompaniments, chocolate sauces, and decadent desserts. Highlights of the fall Screendance Festival submissions and the winning film  will be presented. Cost is $32 per person. Tickets for the dance concert are available to be purchased separately. Call the DeSales box office at 610-282-3192 for dinner reservations and/or dance tickets.

The Screendance Festival is an annual competition in which TV/Film students are charged with creating a film in 48 hours that highlights our dancers. To ensure the film is produced in the proper timeframe, a surprise prop is revealed 48 hours before the deadline. Last fall, that prop was chocolate.


AOC Minutes

The Academic Oversight Committee meeting Minutes from January 28, 2015 can now be accessed by going to MyDSU.

To view the newest and archived AOC minutes login onto MyDSU, scroll over to the right and click on “Faculty Links to Resources”.


Math Club Problem of the Month – Re-draw the toothpicks!

Pick up a hard copy of the Problem from the Math Bulletin Board (between DL 226 and DL 228) and submit your solution to the Math Office (DL 222) or email your solution to Katie Frederick ( prior to April 1.  The winner will be randomly chosen from all correct entries and will receive a $20 gift card to the Carmike Movie Theater at the Promenade.  This contest is open to all students, staff, and faculty, so give it a try!

Rearrange three toothpicks in the figure below to form a figure that consists of five squares with the same size.
Rearrange three toothpicks in the figure above to form a figure that consists of five squares with the same size.