Lonely

Dear Juliet, I read your first response on the Thielensian website and enjoyed it. I was hoping you could possibly help me also. I have high functioning autism. Because of this I’m not good with social queues such as flirting or picking up on “signals.” Is there any […]

Thiel Students Celebrate Thanksgiving

By Samantha Walker Nov. 21 is the beginning of Theil’s Thanksgiving break and students are spending it in multiple ways. This upcoming break is meant for Thanksgiving, but many students have plans vastly different to the traditional turkey dinner. Considering most of Theil’s students are not from the […]

First Response

Dear Juliet, I have a problem. I’ve been seeing this guy for a month, and it’s been great, but my grades are suffering. How do I balance my new relationship with all the work and studying? I don’t want to lose him. What do I do? Sincerely, Help […]

Peer Mentors Take Over the Lanes

By Carrie Severt On Thursday October 25th, the Peer Mentors took their first-year students to Liberty Lanes. This was a school sponsored event through the first-year experience at Thiel. The students had the opportunity to play unlimited bowling with their friends, Peer Mentors, and faculty. This provided them […]

No Operation Too Small

By Quinn Ursprung Would anyone like to represent a specific media outlet at the Community Outreach Event that’s happening on November 6th, 12-1 p.m.? The common hour event is a workshop/fair environment in the LHR that is set up similarly to the ‘Activities Fair’, where clubs, organizations, and […]

Operation Christmas Child

By Jess Vormelker Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child collects shoeboxes filled with gifts and delivers them all over the world to children in need!!!! Items such as colored pencils, crayons, coloring books, notebooks, hygiene items, and toys are all items that may fill the box! Boxes will be available […]

Thiel Greeks Express Their Pride

By Samantha Walker On Oct. 24, Thiel’s Greek life expressed their pride, baring their sorority or fraternity letters throughout campus. There are multiple motivators when joining a sorority or fraternity. Emily Waxter a sister of Zeta Tau Alpha, Blake Peese a brother of Kappa Sigma, and Carrie Severt […]

Thiel College Learns About Drawing

By Brian Brink “Drawing is not art itself, drawing is simply a tool…” said Mark Franchino when explaining the name of the latest art exhibit at Thiel College. Franchino’s and his partner’s, Jeremey Boyle, art is usually in the form of sculptures. For this exhibition, entitled Drawing, which […]