Op-Ed

The problem with polling

Polling in America has always been used to assist the public’s and the candidates’ general feel of how certain elections may proceed. It can be used in a variety of ways, from...

You probably aren’t reading this

We are entering Thanksgiving break, the end of the semester is in sight, finals are on the horizon and sleeping is on the top of most people’s “to do” list for this week. To be...

Letter to the editor

Dear, parents, students and colleges,    I am a healthy freshman at West Chester University. Talking to friends at other schools, all of them are sick.   I am currently living in...

News

WCU plans to reopen for fall 2021

A second email letter from West Chester University President Christopher Fiorentino has been sent out this month to the student and faculty body, announcing that leaders of the...

West Chester Sigmas overcoming stigmas

A West Chester University organization invites male students from all surrounding campuses to join them in a social action program on the topic of Men’s Mental Health.  In an...

Features

Self-care in uncertain times

We’ve been more than just college students this semester: we’ve been protesters, advocates, politicians and community leaders. Even though the work is never done to keep raising...

Poem: How Democracy Dies

Photo credit: Graphic by Evan Brooks using Wix.    It’s not when you hear the clashing of steel, No thunderous roars of something so real, The death of a nation, No warzone...

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Sports

The NBA is back

The NBA is back! Less than a month after the 2019–2020 season unfolded, the NBA and the Players...

Entertainment

AC/DC Power Up review

On Nov. 13, the legendary Australian hard rock band AC/DC released their highly anticipated new album “Power Up.” The new LP is the band’s 17th studio album, and their first since...