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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 […]

Is Thiel’s Campus Too Dark?

By Natalija Kutlesa Greenville, Pa- Thiel Campus is known for its beautiful scenery. However, at night, the campus is also known as being poorly lit. According to commuter student, Emily Baker, “I believe the campus is well lit in some places. I usually feel safe walking around campus, […]

Dr. Rosenfeld on Criminology and the Opioid Epidemic

By Samantha Walker “It is inconceivable that imprisonment is not related to crime rate!” stated Dr. Rosenfeld, the former president of the American Society of Criminology, who presented during Thursday’s common hour. Rosenfeld’s presentation covered criminology, homicide, and the opioid epidemic. According to Rosenfeld, “criminology is the study […]

NEW CLUB – 200

by Molly Shepler Greenville, Pa, September 2019—Thiel College established a Rotaract Club on campus this semester designed to encourage student participation in community service projects. Partnered with local Rotaries, members may work with non-profit organizations and businesses to do good works in the Greenville area and internationally. Rotary […]

Thiel Arts and Scholarship Day

By John Ganiear Photo By Brian Brink Thiel college celebrated the arts and academic rigor of students on April 11. The participants that presented to the listeners were media, art, education, and other science majors. In The James Pedas Communication Center’s Stamm Lecture Hall, Students from a science […]

NBA Playoffs

By Trou Johnson Greenville PA (April 9th, 2019) – With the 1. NBA playoffs knocking at the door there are a few squads that are not usually on the other side. The 2. Milwaukee Bucks and 3. Brooklyn Nets, not your typical residents have made their selves at […]

Paige’s Battle With MS

By Paul Sivie Photo By Thiel Athletics Paige Scherer is a senior education major and a captain for the women’s lacrosse team. In the past year Paige been diagnosed with MS (multiple sclerosis) but it has not kept her off the field. MS, also known as Multiple Sclerosis, […]

Research Behind Dyspraxia

By Bella Vapenik The NHS, has released new scientific information about dyspraxia lately. Before sites and sources — such as the Dyspraxia Foundation USA — people would not be able to understand and help children, friends and family with his learning disorder. Even though people are still trying […]