Students Urged to Conserve Water After Main Break

Harmony Excavators, Inc. is working to repair a break in a water main on Station Avenue this morning.

  Students are being urged to conserve water until 8 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 30 because of a water main break early this morning on Station Avenue between Wills Hall and Buckley House. Water is still safe to drink, Director of Emergency Services Dennis Rasley says. Administrators were made aware of the break when an electronic monitoring system alerted the … [Read more...]

Installation of 50th Anniversary Statue Delayed

The base of the statue

The dedication of a 25-foot statue of Christ to commemorate DeSales University’s 50th anniversary will be delayed until Nov. 12, according to multiple university officials. The sculpture, which will bear the name “Jesus the Teacher,” had originally been scheduled to be unveiled during an early September ceremony, but damage to its molds after a change in foundry locations … [Read more...]

A Taste of Musikfest’s Deep-Fried Treats


By Lauren Trumbull Layout Editor It’s August, and for people living in the Lehigh Valley, August means Musikfest. Musikfest is Pennsylvania’s very own Coachella (minus an audience full of celebrities and elaborate flower crowns on every head) which this year ran from August 6 to August 16. Local and famous bands and artists come to perform live shows throughout the day and … [Read more...]

Turf Fields Ready for 2015-16 School Year

DSU Turf

By Lauren Trumbull Layout Editor As summer is too quickly coming to a close, students old and new are beginning to scramble up dorm belongings and fill backpacks with sharpened pencils and unopened notebooks. In just two short weeks, students will be stuffing their cars and making the familiar drive back up Preston Lane to reach our quaint and beautiful campus. However, … [Read more...]

While Planned Parenthood and TV Host Devalue Life, Thousands Defend It

A pro-life protest at Planned Parenthood in St. Paul, Minn. in 2012. Photo courtesy of Flickr:

In a radio interview to publicize her forthcoming television panel show, “If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World,” which premieres Thursday in the United Kingdom, Katie Hopkins was asked what she would do if she, in fact, ruled the world. “We just have far too many old people,” Hopkins offered out of nowhere. “It’s ridiculous to be living in a country where we can put dogs to … [Read more...]