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Letter to the Editor

I have served as faculty advisor to The Quad since 2003. Since then, I have only asked twice to have my writing published. The first was in 2003. This is the second time. During...

Meet the new boss

I’m a familiar face to The Quad, or maybe just a familiar name for people who are reading this and don’t know me. I’ve been writing for The Quad since the first...

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...

SSI Executive Director travels abroad

Executive Director of SSI Mell Josephs traveled to the small town of Debre Berhan of Ethiopia for a two-week duration this past August, under the supervision of Fred Gage, who...

WCU President welcomes students

On Thursday, Sept. 16, University President Greg R. Weisenstein delivered the annual President’s Welcome Address in Asplundh Concert Hall, revealing the recent...

Free your feet

“We’re going barefoot on April 8 – are you?”These are the words headlining e-mails, ads, and the website for the TOMS Shoes organization, a group that...

Artist Spotlight: Laura Fisher

A piano, a notebook, and an assortment of musical styles and talented friends marks a singularity in Laura Fisher’s music.Fisher, a New Jersey native, is currently a junior...

Cheyenne poet performs at WCU

He was the first instrumentalist-poet to win a Grammy and use a wooden flute on stage as he performed.More recently, he brought that flute, along with about a dozen other hand...

Wear the music?

Combine two witty university grads inspired by indie music and bands who want to make a difference in the world. The result? The Yellow Bird Project, created by two fellows known...

Artist Spotlight: Comedian Tom Cassidy

An alumnus of West Chester University, Tom Cassidy claims to have been doing comedy since second grade. After taking a break from the laugh track in high school and college...

‘Water for Africa’ meets WCU

“This organization is all about bringing life to people. We want to bring them life.”On Saturday, Nov. 14, the Cornerstone Christian Fellowship on West Gay Street held...

Pittsburgh plans for protests

A handful of West Chester University students plan to attend the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh this week, where finance ministers and central bank governors of the Summit plan to...

Theater’s ‘Trojan’ nears

After the sold-out success that was “tick.tick.BOOM!,” University Theatre is preparing for their second major production this semester: Trojan Women. The stories of...

UT prepares for an explosive spring show

Every semester, the University Theatre department opens the eyes and thoughts of its audiences by taking on productions that allow students, faculty, and other audience members to...

Dining improvements are forthcoming

The Dining Advisory Board met for the final time this semester on Dec. 4 in order to review the improvements made to on-campus dining services and to further promote new products...

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor, Dear Tara Tanzos, I am an alumni since 2004, and have been receiving the email version of the Quad for several years. I would like to commend you on your...

‘Mozart’ raises autism awareness

As part of the University’s Co-Curricular program, Student Services hosted a Contemporary Issues Film last Monday, during two showings of “Mozart and the Whale.”...

‘Spoof’ popularity declines

What is it that classifies a movie as a “spoof”? Some would say that a spoof movie is one which mocks or closely follows the plot line of other films, adding humor and...

Dale K. mystifies WCU

“He’s purple and he told me to shut up!”, yelled Jenna McGrath, fully convinced that a Barney doll had just insulted her. This statement was just one of the many...