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Letter from The Quad Staff

Dear West Chester University, Although talk of President Donald Trump’s impeachment has been a hot topic for the past couple of years, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is beginning an...

Letter from The Quad Staff

Dear West Chester, We began Spring Break with a wintry slush, and ended Spring Break with cases of Mumps: welcome back, WCU, and happy second half of the semester! This issue, we...

Letter from The Quad Staff

Dear West Chester, While you have already had the benefit of watching the Oscars play out at the time of reading this, we here at the office on Sunday were buzzing with what we...

Letter from The Quad Staff

Dear West Chester, In lieu of a traditional letter, the staff wanted to dedicate this page to a list of mental health and advocacy resources available for students, on campus...

Letter from The Quad Staff

Dear West Chester, Our third week of “editorial letters” focuses on the recent tragic events which occurred over the weekend in Pittsburgh. The Quad responds to a specific quote...

Letter from The Quad “Staff”

Hi Wesst Chestr, My name. is AVA. I am the Managing Editor Olivia’s new kitten. I am v smol. And, like Editor-in-Chief Max. I am sleepy. But. I am sleepy because I am growing my...

Letter from the staff

Dear West Chester, On Halloween, our campus received another visit from Matthew 24, the fraudulent hate group that seems to spawn on the Academic Quad about once per semester. As...

Letter from the Staff

Dear West Chester, Our second week of “editorial letters” introduces the conversation of journalistic freedom, the safety of journalists and whether these two topics are mutually...

Letter from the staff

Dear West Chester, This week, we wanted to exemplify our editorial boards’ opinions on the newest climate change news from the UN. We had all available and willing editors respond...

To the old, new, and returning staff

  I know this sounds like an obligatory end of the year statement, but you know me, I really wouldn’t say this if I did not mean it. I want to thank you all for an...

As the new op-ed editor of The Quad

My name is Jack Barnett and I am the new Op-Ed editor of The Quad. This is an important duty and I plan on doing the best job I can. This requires hard work and ingenuity. I take...

Behind the scenes at The Quad

  Move in Day proves to be no match for WCU residents. With the hurricane starting out the fall semester, it only makes sense that we came back to a snow covered campus...

The Quad turnover: a farewell

Sunday, April 10 marked the beginning of the awkward two-day time period between the last layout session of The Quad’s 2010-2011 staff, and the first meeting of the 2011...

Quad absent from stands

Only once before in my college career have I noticed that the majority of The Quad student newspapers were deliberately removed from the various stands on campus. It happened...

The Quad’s Makeover

Hello there everyone, and welcome back to campus! We’ve already felt the effects of winter this semester – in the first week of classes, nearly every day has...

‘The Quad’ tunes into...

In the 1960s, he was best known for playing the sprightly Opie Taylor on “The Andy Griffith Show.” Today, film producer and director Ron Howard is accredited for...

QUAD Financial Update

A few weeks ago, we began to let our readers know about the financial strain that The Quad is currently dealing with. As a reminder: as our printing and publication costs have...

The Quad calls it quits

Since 1932, The Quad has provided the students, staff and faculty of West Chester University with both on- and off-campus news. This Tuesday, that legacy ends. The issue...

Editor’s Letter

Dear West Chester, Pulled from Kyle Gombosi’s poll in this week’s issue, we asked the editorial board what they consider to be their most important political issues. Samantha: I...

Letter from the Editor

Dear West Chester, It’s that time of year again—time to cozy up with your loved one or spend some quality time with your friends and family. Even if you aren’t a fan of...

Letter from the Editor

Dear West Chester, I can’t believe I’m writing the last letter of the semester! This year has flown by, and there have been so many exciting, newsworthy events that have happened...

Jeffrey Holmes

Jeffrey Holmes has been a part of the Quad staff since December 2012.  Formerly a copy editor, they are now the entertainment section editor.  Jeffrey has also written and edited...

Thank the Snowmen

After the Snowpacalypse that was the second week of classes, there’s still plenty of powder around campus and in the borough, hiding cars and sidewalks. Making daily trips...

What do we want? Paper!

Hey there everyone, Last week I made a couple of comments on the changes that have been taking place on campus over the summer, and I’m realizing I left one out that’s...

A Fond Farewell…

Well lookee-here, finals week has creepily snuck up on us again. And what’s this? Eyes and noses set ablaze with mucus all over the place? It must be that time of year...

Homecoming King and Queen ’09

Last Saturday, Marc Fauntleroy and Takia McClendon were named Homecoming King and Queen. The pair was representing the Black Student Union.Fauntleroy is a Senior majoring in...

Things Overheard:

While it isn’t quite spring weather yet, the first day of spring has come and gone, and Spring Fever is definitely setting in on campus. The Quad staff has been overhearing...

Highlights of November

With the soon approaching Thanksgiving break, The Quad staff will be taking advantage of their much-needed vacation time. The office will be dark, and constant e-mail flow with...

Student nationally published

West Chester student and The Quad Staff Writer Brian Fanelli will be published in an anthology entitled “What We Think.” The anthology, to be released this week, was...

When is enough, enough?

*TW: sexual assault, racial violence, police brutality, military, drug use, general violence.   Dr. Fiorentino, what will it take? Your current students are physically...

Advocates for WCU Renters

Photo by Teemu008 (CC BY-SA 2.0) via Flicks Graphic by Ally Drames   With the university moving to online classes due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many off-campus...