Category: Student Life

Art Gallery Review

By: Casandra Stolz Students and faculty anticipate the opening of the Art gallery in the Howard Miller Student Center. An exhibit of art, pottery, and sculpture pieces crafted by this fall semester’s art class students are on display for our enjoyment. Hanging along the walls in the gallery, […]

Greek Life in Higher Education

By Josie Barton Fraternities and Sororities across Colleges and Universities provide conflicting elements to the overall health and success of affiliated students. Greek life can offer student development, scholarships and academic improvement. Although it can improve student engagement, Greek life renders many consequences: hazing, sexual assault, binge drinking, […]

Answers vs. Inquiry

By Josie Barton Many high schools fail to communicate to its students the jump from regulated high school education to the permissive college lifestyle. Students are suddenly handed access to freedom, responsibility, and different teaching styles. High School students are rarely given space to freely think and question. […]

Growth Mindset

 Casandra Stolz The mind is a powerful tool. But are we as evolved beings, taking care of our awareness? The mindsets adopted into daily routines has an exponential effect. Thoughts can either prevent change or allow new skills to blossom. The majority of the public is not taught […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]