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Vairo Library surveys social media possibilities

May 3rd, 2016 (0)
Vairo Library surveys social media possibilities By: Sara Piatetsky, Lion’s Eye Staff Writer, The spring semester has been a semester where students and faculty have watched the campus slowly being to transform into ...

Spring fling in full swing

May 2nd, 2016 (0)
By: Meghan Burton, Lion’s Eye staff writer, Spring Fling was in full swing on Brandywine’s campus on April 27. A live band, food, refreshments, inflatables, novelties, puppies and to top it off a ...

Kasich stays hopeful

May 2nd, 2016 (0)
By Joel Koshy, Lion’s Eye staff writer, Presidential candidate Governor John Kasich stopped by Penn State Brandywine for a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 20. It was an interesting turn of events, ...

New beginnings at Brandywine

May 2nd, 2016 (0)
By: Deja Footes, Lion’s Eye Staff Editor, Originally from Central Illinois, Dr. Josh Phillips is a new communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) professor at Brandywine. This is Phillips’ ninth year teaching. He has been teaching since he was ...

From New York to Brandywine

May 1st, 2016 (0)
By: Deja Footes, Lion’s Eye Staff Editor, Dr. Angela Putman, a new communication arts and sciences professor, from Detroit Michigan is very excited to be in her first year here at Brandywine. She graduated from Western ...

Real side of Paradise

May 1st, 2016 (0)
By: Paul Alberici, Lion’s Eye Editor, Each fall and spring break, Brandywine gives its students the opportunity to travel around the world, study abroad and take classes in a variety of countries. However, this past spring break, ...

Nittany Lions in Paris

May 1st, 2016 (0)
By: Michael McCarrick, Lion’s Eye Writer, When terrorist attacks struck Paris in November 2015, Penn State Brandywine had to decide whether to continue with the planned study abroad trip to Paris during Thanksgiving break. It was ...

We are… ready

May 1st, 2016 (0)
By: Paul Alberici, Lion’s Eye Editor, To say a lot has happened in my four years at Penn State is an understatement; I’ve never written a story for the paper in first person so this seems a little ...