Technology and your privacy:

Modern electronic devices cross personal boundaries

By Travis Thornton


Privacy.  What does that mean to you?  Does your privacy only concern your thoughts?  Or does it also include your actions behind closed doors and where you go from day to day? Read more

 

A familiar voice, a listening ear

By Rebecca Jeskey


Every Wednesday, a friendly voice with a slight southern drawl sings through the phone at the information desk in the Academic Extension Building: ”Good morning, La Roche College.“

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Insights of a sleepwalker

By Alan Zahorsky


I’m standing in the hallway of Bold Hall, locked out of my room at three in the morning.  As I stared at the door, I tried and failed to remember how I got there.  Admittedly, I was under the effect of a powerful suppressant that deadened my senses, fogged my mind, and induced immersive hallucinations.

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The alternative opportunity

By Therese Nuttall


Watching David Beckham play in person during a World Cup Qualifier game at Wembley Stadium in England.


Drinking hot chocolate in the café in Scotland, where J. K. Rowling wrote her idea for a story about a wizard boy named Harry Potter on a napkin.

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Finding Faith in Fayette

by Brian Fischer


Instead of going home to visit family and friends, 17 La Roche students joined the alternative spring break service trip to Fayette County, Pa. Read more



To Kitty Spangler, Art Is Everywhere

by Dan Pasqua



Graphic and communication design professor Kitty Spangler said she uses materials such as cigarette butts, old CDs, fibers, paints and anything else she can find to create art. Read more