Archive for December, 2014

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December 30, 2014 at 8:03 am 0 comments

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December 23, 2014 at 1:55 pm 0 comments

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Review!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Review!

December 16, 2014 at 5:17 am 0 comments

We wish everyone in the Saint Vincent College community a safe and blessed holiday season, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! While our editorial board and staff writers enjoy their break, we look forward to another semester to create new content in 2015 as Saint Vincent’s Student-Run News Source.   Please note: Weekly updates to this website and monthly print issues will resume in January.

APB Presents Lip Sync Contest

APB Presents Lip Sync Contest

December 6, 2014 at 8:02 pm 0 comments
Excela Health’s “My Excela Health Check” reaches out to SVC faculty and staff

Excela Health’s “My Excela Health Check” reaches out to SVC faculty and staff

December 6, 2014 at 3:28 am 0 comments

Excela Health hosted “My Excela Health Check: Easy as A, B, C” on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014,  offering biometric screenings at no cost to all Saint Vincent College faculty and staff. The screenings in the Fred Rogers Center consisted of a glucose and lipids test, blood pressure reading, weight through body mass index (BMI) and a waist circumference. Before leaving the screening, faculty and staff received a personalized health report card before leaving. Attendees were also able to schedule appointments with Excela Health personal care physicians. Over 60 faculty and staff took advantage of this opportunity throughout the day.

As if the ’90s were really all that

December 6, 2014 at 2:43 am 0 comments

There’s no escaping it… and TV, Internet and radio all just intensify it. It’s nostalgia: that bittersweet longing for those warm and smiling bygone days that can never come again. Memories, like talking with friends by the lockers in high school, or watching Saturday morning cartoons, listening to a song or hanging with friends in our freshman pod, hold a special place in our hearts. Many enjoy the hodgepodge emotions these memories create, the strange feeling of both happiness for a memory and sadness for its passing. Yet, in the same way that some people’s eyes tear up listening to Vitamin C’s song “Graduation” while others’ eyes simply roll, people have differing reactions to nostalgia. Some have no desire to think about it, some enjoy looking back and some people can get darn near crippled wishing the good old days would return. There are observers, though, who suggest that theRead More

SGA Update

SGA Update

December 6, 2014 at 2:34 am 0 comments
(Photo by Rachel DeNino) The Bearcat swim teams will compete against Washington and Jefferson College on Dec. 6 at home in the Frank and Elizabeth Resnik Pool.

Bearcat swimming prepares for new season

December 6, 2014 at 2:23 am 0 comments

The Bearcat Swim team is making waves this season with high rankings, stellar times and productive practices In season began with the Westminster Relays hosted by Westminster College. Xander Emili, Adam Gordish and Zach Ligus finished in second place after Gannon University in the 3×100 butterfly relay. The team of Chad Linebaugh, Nicholas Patton, Marshall Grubb and Allen Sant also came in third place in the 500 crescendo relay with a time of 4:43.83. Emili, Ligus, Andy Moog and Alex Bolen came in third place in the 400 medley relay. The men also came in third in the 3×500 free relay. Emili, Moog, Sean Doyle and Kam Faychak finished third in the 400 IM relay. The women’s team performed just as well in the opening meet, with Sarah Robbins, Marissa Frollo, Casi Smith and Molly McCloskey finishing in third place in the 800 free relay. Jess Smrekar, Paige Pecora, RobbinsRead More

Photo by Rachel DeNino

SVC students experience difficulties hunting

December 6, 2014 at 2:19 am 0 comments

Hunting is a popular hobby for many people, many of whom were excited for the opening of buck season and an antlerless deer season on November 24. Yet Saint Vincent College students have found difficulties in pursuing this hobby while living on campus. Whether students have an interest in hunting with archery or guns, neither is permitted to be stored on campus because SVC’s policies do not permit any type of weapon to be stored on campus regardless of the purpose. According to Director of Public Safety Steven Brown, “Weapons are not permitted in residence halls or vehicles.” SVC student Justin Yeckel said, “From what I’ve seen there is not a very large hunting community at SVC … Most of the students that do hunt don’t live close enough to the school nor do they have a way to store their guns and hunting equipment, and as a result theyRead More

(Photo by Rachel DeNino)  “Temptation in the Wilderness” by Neilson Carlin received the Brother Nathan Cochran Award in Sacred Arts.

SVC hosts national Catholic arts exhibit

December 6, 2014 at 2:14 am 0 comments

The Saint Vincent Gallery is holding its fifth biennial Nationwide Juried Catholic Arts Exhibition from Oct. 28 to Dec. 7. The exhibition is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and is free to the public. The event features Catholic artwork by 39 different artists from across the U.S. and Canada, including many works by Pennsylvanian artists. Around 125 pieces were submitted to the event for competition. The Gallery wanted artwork that focused on subjects in the Western Christian tradition and could be used for liturgical purposes. They encouraged works that depicted the life and acts of Christ, the history of the Church and icons of canonized figures in the Church. The Gallery accepted works that modernized such religious imagery and featured non-traditional interpretations of religious figures. Nationally renowned artist Janet McKenzie juried the event. McKenzie is known for her religious art depicting sacred figures. Her paintingRead More