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Athlete of the Week: Amanda Eisman

This week’s athlete of the week is Golden Ram’s is Amanda Eisman for winning a Division II challenge at Kutztown this past week and for being named National Runner of the week.

Leagues of their own

Photo:“Mia Hamm VS Germany in St.Louis 1997”  by Johnmaxmena at English Wikipedia Gender inequality is defined by “acknowledging that men and women are not equal and that gender...

WCU’s Stomp Cancer 5K

Photo courtesy of Max James. Bringing Hope Home (BHH), a club on West Chester’s campus, is a chapter that’s part of a bigger organization throughout other universities. Bringing...

A ballot briefing: Nov. 5 elections

Photo by Daniel Lobo via Flickr (CC0 1.0) After the blue wave that swept the Chester County ballot in the 2018 elections, Democrats are hopeful that their momentum will continue...

Strike Clothing Company

Photo by Amanda Hearn. Sometimes it can be hard to find a store that gives you the perfect up-to-date and vintage look. Your problem has been solved. Strike is a local West...

Tips to resolve your New Year’s goals

New Year’s resolutions have been made around the world for as long as people can remember. They are goals we set to improve lifestyles and better ourselves. However, it seems more...

Ask Ali: is feminism just for girls?

On Nov. 12, 2018, an article was published on CNN in which the prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, stated he is “absolutely” a feminist. He informed the reporter that his...

This Is Us review

Do you like a show that makes you cry almost every episode? Do you prefer a program that makes you feel like a part of the family it’s filming? Well, then I have the perfect show...

Craftswoman

Look out, art lovers—a brand new art show will be arriving in West Chester, Pa. on May 11 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Local Yoga Café. Dubbed “Craftswoman,” the event will host...

WCU softball dominates KU

On Thursday, April 5, West Chester women’s softball played a double header against Kutztown University. The Lady Rams were victorious in both games and won with ease. They blew...

Happiness wish week

On the first day of spring, Tuesday, March 20, we also celebrated International Day of Happiness. In light of it, the week of March 26-30, West Chester University celebrated WISH...

The greatest show on campus

Here at West Chester University we are fortunate enough to have a Student Activities Council (SAC) that puts together amazing events throughout the semester for all the West...

New Year’s resolutions

Punxsutawney Phil called for six more weeks of winter. Ladies and gentlemen, we made it to February. How’s your New Year’s resolution coming along? According to Forbes magazine...

Skipping class? Think again

As the actor Woody Allen said, “Showing up is 80 percent of life.” As the quote states, showing up to college lectures is important to the learning process. Frequently, college...

Local photographer finds her passion

From the time she was a student at Unionville High School, Kelly Smith always knew she wanted to be a photographer. As a kid growing up in Kennett Square, Smith was heavily...

Best time to play Christmas music

Does one of the most controversial questions have an answer? It is a question most appropriately asked around this time as the holidays are quickly approaching. When is the best...

Letter from the Editor

Dear West Chester, Hello! I hope you all had a wonderful and restful fall break; I know I sure didn’t. What with school work, catching up with friends and family and trying to fit...

KALY adds personality to town

There are a lot of things that change in West Chester from year to year or even season to season. However, there’s one thing that remains constant: the open invitation that KALY...

Senior develops e-newsletter

Cassidy Califano, a senior liberal arts major, recently embarked on a new journey this summer by creating an e-newsletter. The newsletter, Quarter Crisis, is self-described as “a...

Great hiking spots in Pennsylvania

As we bid farewell to summer, packing away our swimsuits, sunglasses and fond memories, it’s time to turn our attention to fall and all of its outdoorsy potential. We are so lucky...

Letter from the Editor

Dear West Chester, Welcome back! I hope everyone had wonderful summer vacations and is (at least semi) ready to get back to classes. I know it’s such a cliché, but summer truly...