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Mourning fall break

For the first time ever, West Chester University has chosen to eliminate its fall break in mid-October and instead, extend Thanksgiving break to a week off. Although it’s a fairly...

Taco Tuesdays around the WCU campus

Life as a college student can oftentimes be a struggle in several ways. Your professor might not be great, you’re unsure of which classes you have to enroll in and you don’t know...

Letter from the Editor

Dear West Chester, Hello! It’s been quite a while since we’ve published an issue of The Quad. I hope this new issue finds you in good, well-rested spirits following spring break...

March For Our Lives

You know what makes powerful Washington leaders shake in their boots? Teenagers who are able to see through their political bull. That’s why the Parkland, Florida school shooting...

Club hockey trying to end strong

The WCU Men’s Ice Hockey Club is far from where they want to be. They are far from a winning record, far from a healthy lineup, and certainly far from contention. As dismal...

SOJA and Mambo Sauce at The Note

It was a great night for music: low humidity, a gentle breeze and a clear sky created the scene around The Note. The Note is a suitable venue to see local, as well as national...

Annual Spring game ends in tie

On Friday the West Chester University Golden Rams held their annual Purple-Gold Spring football game at Farrell Stadium and finished with a 20-20 tie. Also, throughout the day...

Weekly wrap-up swimming, gymnastics

On Senior Day at Graham Natatorium, West Chester’s men’s swimming team fought off a determined Bloomsburg Huskies team 106-85 to beat their PSAC rivals. Winning seven...

Sports Round-Up

Men’s Track and Field The West Chester Golden Rams traveled to Widener Saturday morning to compete in the 2006 Danny Curran Invitational. Eric Broadbent had the outstanding...

WCU Sports Round-Up

SoftballThe Golden Rams went into their double header against Lock Haven on Saturday with a four-game winning streak, but unfortunately saw an end to this as the Bald Eagles...

Sports Updates

Baseball April 16, 2004 West Chester exploded for 32 runs and 32 hits on Friday afternoon, sweeping Bloomsburg University and sliding back into first place in the Pennsylvania...