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  • Pinterest- You Know You Love It. (4/28/2016) - At the risk of sounding like a completely shallow 21 year old college girl…Pinterest may be the greatest thing since the invention of sliced bread. With all of the endless possibilities, from pictures of baby hippos, to DIY EVERYTHING, to recipes telling you how to make sunflower cupcakes, and gift ideas for just about everyone […]
  • All Kinds of Kinds (4/28/2016) - With conversation pouring out from all corners of social media and the news about gender, race, and politics I feel it makes perfect sense to review Miranda Lambert’s song All Kinds of Kinds. All Kinds of Kinds was a track off her album For The Record, which was released in 2011. The song received a […]
  • An open letter to my soon to be not roommates… (4/27/2016) - An open letter to my soon to be not roommates… **Disclaimer: Although you may not live in my house with my friends these fundamental things in various forms span across the board. Thank your roommie today and enjoy what I have to say about mine! ** Let me first start by saying that I was […]
  • Round Pegs, and Square Holes… (4/25/2016) - Round Pegs, and Square Holes… At the risk of sounding abstract; In life we go through phases. We transform and grow as we age and advance through the stages of life. At age 5 I wasn’t ready for middle school math class, just like at age 12 I wasn’t ready for college parties and all-nighters. […]
  • IHSA Team Advances to Nationals (4/18/2016) - The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA), Hunt-Seat team competed at Zones, the national qualifier last weekend in Glouchester County, NJ. The team won the region, and qualified themselves for Zones by accumulating the most points in the regular season. Beating out Arcadia University, Bucks County Community College, Franklin & Marshall College, Gwynedd Mercy College, LaSalle […]
  • To all of the places I have never been… (4/18/2016) - To all of the places I have never been… I am in love with places I have never been. Dallas TX, Nashville TN, New Orleans LA, and all of the tiny little towns in between. It’s not that I love these places for their tourist attractions, but rather I love these places because they threads […]
  • So what is Derby Dash? (4/12/2016) - So what is Derby Dash? The Equine Department will host its 3rd annual Derby Dash, this Saturday, April 16th. The Derby Dash is a 5k run or 1 mile walk around the Delaware Valley Universities scenic campus. Registration for the race begins at 9am at the Equestrian Center. The race is expected to begin at […]
  • Open letter to blogs about relationships: (4/4/2016) - Open letter to blogs about relationships: If your blog is titled “10 things healthy couples say to each other” or “Things great boyfriends do” or “Things all great relationships have”, then this letter is for you. I’d like to start by saying that I am an offender by clicking on these blogs. When I am […]
  • A-Day is coming, A-Day is coming! (4/4/2016) - It’s that time of year again. A-Day weekend is just three weeks away! The milkshakes, the animal shows, and the funnel cakes will all continue to be a part of our beloved A-Day weekend. However, there are also new things to look for at this years A-Day! Bring your cousins and younger siblings to participate […]
  • This Week at DelVal (3/28/2016) - Sports On Campus Event Off Campus Event Baseball Against Lancaster Bible College Monday 1:30 PM Baseball Field Doubleheader Muffin Monday Sponsored by Commuter Student Association Monday Commuter Lounge Bowling Trip Sponsored by Student Programming Board Friday 9:00 – 11:00 PM Thunderbird Lanes – Warminster, PA No sign-ups required. A shuttle will run from the Welcome Center […]
  • 10 Things About Small Town USA (3/28/2016) - As my family home is about to be sold, and my grandparents and other relatives had headed south for warmer weather I can’t help but think about all of the things I will miss about no longer having an address in my tiny town… 10 Things about living in Small Town USA: The town store […]
  • Relay for Life Update from Katie Goldberg (3/27/2016) - Interview with Katie Goldberg, Relay for life events and activities committee chair and Colleges Against Cancer treasurer. Q: Hi Katie, Could you tell me a little about what Relay for Life is? A: “Relay for Life is an overnight 12 hour walk to benefit cancer research and the American Cancer Society. The idea behind it […]
  • Dear Dr. Gallo (3/21/2016) - To Dr. Gallo: First let me start by saying congratulations. Like Taylor Swift, Virginia Woolf, and other strong willed females, you have broken a glass ceiling. Being the first female in any position is an accomplishment, but being the first female president of a university that has such deep male roots, combined with its agricultural […]
  • If I could only Kill A Word… (3/21/2016) - For those of you that know me, it doesn’t come as a surprise when I say that I love Eric Church. I find his music original, relatable, and, c’mon, have you heard his voice?! So it’s no surprise that when his latest album, Mr. Misunderstood, came out in late 2015, I was thrilled. When you […]
  • What Spring Break Has Taught Me: (3/16/2016) - What Spring Break Has Taught Me: Spring break 2k16 has taught me more than I would have anticipated. When I talked about all the (potential) fabulous adventures I was going to have in August when this school year started.  The first lesson is that sometimes grand plans don’t pan out. I didn’t go to some […]
  • Seniors- It’s time to let go. (3/2/2016) - To my fellow senior classmates: It is almost that time of year. Graduation is virtually upon us. It won’t be long before the big white tent goes up on the field, we will march across the stage, and get handed a piece of paper that is suppose to claims we are ready for the “real […]
  • Why you need positive people to be successful (2/29/2016) - Why you need positive people to be successful: It would be easy to argue with what I am about to say. Maybe you are a loner and will respond “I don’t need anyone to be successful”. Maybe you have been let down by someone one too many times. Maybe you are currently surrounded by toxic […]
  • Intercollegiate Dressage Home Horse Show (2/22/2016) - On Saturday February 20, the Intercollegiate Dressage Team (IDA) hosted its final home show of the 2015- 2016 season. Six teams came to compete with DelVal, making for a long day with top some top competitors. DelVal finished third behind Cazenovia College and Rutgers University, but came out ahead of rival Centenary who finished fifth. […]
  • Why you’re entitled to an opinion, but not every opinion: (2/22/2016) - We all have taken that class with the student who sits in the back of the class room and starts their sentences like– “I haven’t done the reading BUT (insert ignorant opinion here)..” When this happens I think two things: Why did you just tell this professor that you didn’t read the reading? Don’t you […]
  • Open letter to the student who is not involved (2/13/2016) - Open Letter to the Student who is not involved: I would like to say that I see you. I see you being not involved. I see you lurking in the shadows of this university, criticizing what goes on here. I hear your negative comments as I walk by on campus. You criticize the organizations, you […]
  • Racism in Sports Series (2/13/2016) - The “Racism in Sports Series” held by the Black Student Union on Thursday February 12. The event took place in the Life Sciences Building where the goal was to talk in a safe space about the racial issues that are going on in the world. The event opened by viewing footage of the Cam Newton, […]