Author: sejarah

  • New Andrew Wyeth exhibit opens at the Brandywine Museum of Art

    BY BETH WOJCIECHOWSKIWebsite Manager In February, the Brandywine Museum of Art, just over the Pennsylvania-Delaware border in Chadds Ford, welcomed the “Andrew Wyeth: Home Places” exhibition featuring Andrew Wyeth’s most iconic artworks of local buildings.  Wyeth, an artist from Chadds Ford, was born in 1917. He is considered one of the best-known realist painters of…

  • Harrington Theater Arts Company produces “Little Women” with big expectations and a short deadline

    BY JENI NANCEStaff Reporter Based on the classic novel written by Louisa May Alcott, “Little Women” was first produced into a musical in 2005 by Allan Knee. It follows the journey of the four March sisters — Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy — from childhood to womanhood.  After four short weeks of preparation and rehearsal,…

  • University club competes and brings home wins in the Philadelphia Flower Show

    BY DANI BEAMISHManaging Arts and Culture Editor The university’s PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Club competed in the 2023 Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s (PHS) Philadelphia Flower Show and received awards on their exhibit that highlighted the harmful effects of improper electronic waste.   Each university that competed at the show had to choose a theme color; this year,…

  • UDress Magazine hosts fall fashion show with theme, “New York Minute”

    BY NYA WYNNStaff Reporter Fashionability was at an all time high on Dec. 3 with the debut of UDress Magazine’s annual fall fashion show to promote their upcoming magazine issue. Students gathered in Trabant Student Center to see the student-styled outfits inspired by this semester’s issue, following the theme of “New York Minute.” The looks…

  • Fast fashion’s impacts on the environment, society, and the economy

    Sustainable fashion board courtesy of Kelly Cobb. BY TESS WILLIAMSStaff Reporter In the fashion industry consumers play a large role in determining the production of clothing. Therefore, consumers have the opportunity to create a more sustainable fashion industry that is less reliant on overconsumption bred on constantly changing trends.  The fashion system is a combination…

  • Photo Gallery: Flo Rida Fall Concert

    This year’s fall concert headliner Flo Rida took the stage with opening act DJ Amaze on Nov. 17. The concert, hosted by The Crew, took place at the Bob Carpenter Center at 8 p.m. Photographers Audrey Tong and Larissa Heather document the event.  Audrey Tong/THE REVIEW Larissa V. Heather/THE REVIEW Larissa V. Heather/THE REVIEW Audrey Tong/THE REVIEW…

  • How the Newark community rallied together to save its train station

    TABITHA REEVESCo-Managing News Editor As university students gathered on benches and stairs awaiting their train home, 9-year-old Jackson Lawrence set up his new birthday gift for use just outside the Newark History Museum: a tripod and video camera to capture trains as they pass. Jackson and his mother Robin Lawrence, a Newark resident of 20…

  • The Indian Student Association celebrates the festival of lights

    BY DANI BEAMISHManaging Arts and Culture Editor The university’s Indian Student Association (ISA) celebrated Diwali on Friday evening in Trabant Student Center. Diwali is celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. Each religion celebrates Diwali based on different historical events, according to the British Broadcasting Channel.  Although each religion celebrates Diwali…

  • How student engagement around sports reflects school spirit at the university

    SYDNEY BECKERStaff Reporter College football is often associated with crowds of students bursting with pride as they cheer on their fellow classmates on the field. Despite its prevalence, this classic depiction of school spirit is not always accurate, as students at the university do not seem to adhere to these ideas of school spirit when…

  • Feature: Bill Russo’s journey from the university to assistant secretary of state

    MACAYLA COOKStaff Reporter As a psychology major from Exton, Pennsylvania, Bill Russo entered the university in 2005 dreaming of becoming a psychiatrist.  His younger self would be stunned by where he has ended up – as the assistant secretary of state in the Bureau of Global Public Affairs. “I knew my North Star for what…