Thiel About Corona Virus

Dear Thiel College Community, From its earliest days, Thiel College has been an adaptive community, supporting students to pursue their education while responding to new contexts and challenges. It is in that spirit that the College has decided to reduce activities on campus over the next three weeks […]

Is College Worth It?

By Devin Button Every child growing up in today’s modern America faces a grueling challenge. Embedded in our minds from day one is the belief that without college a person cannot strive to the goals or financial reaches they dream of. Today we ask “is college really worth […]

SPRING BREAK ALREADY?

By Adam Button Already halfway through the spring semester here at Thiel College. With midterms exams and papers over and graded. It is time for us to relax for a week of festivities. Or to sit in bed and wait to come back to the dreading college life. […]

Tech Probability? The Onewheel

Image By: Tom’s Guide By: Adam Button With a new decade in full swing, the future of technology is coming ever so closer. With civilian transportation becoming smaller and more intuitive. The Onewheel is becoming a favored mode of transportation for those that live in urban settings. Kyle […]

COMMON HOUR: Thiel Veterans Project

Photo Credit: Samantha Walker By: Samantha Walker “To do real history, I think you need to get into the real government documents and dig in.” Dr. Buck said as he begun the November 14 Common Hour about his sabbatical. Dr. Buck’s sabbatical was titled “Thiel Veterans Project,” which […]

REVIEW: Gross Indecency

By Devin Button Greenville, Pa (November 21, 2019) — Over the weekend of November 15th, “indecency” was the theme on the Thiel College campus. The Robinson Theater’s Thiel Players brought to life, “Gross Indecency” — the three trials of Oscar Wilde was on full display for students and […]