Percussion Ensemble

Percussion Ensemble

Samantha Jenkins, Arts Staff

October 27, 2019

         Marimbas, xylophones, bongos, snare drums, bongos, and more filled Lee Chapel stage on the night of Oct. 22. Mallets of different sizes and colors rested on stands next to their respective instrument, at the ready for the percussionists. In fact, the organ bench was transformed just for ...

Stetson University Choral Festival

Samantha Jenkins, Arts Staff

October 17, 2019

         The palpable excitement expressed itself in the line of parents, students, and friends, that stretched from the balcony doors all the way downstairs. A line began to form almost an hour before the concert began, signaling the dedication and pride those attending took in support of their respec...

Chadley Ballantyne and Kristie Born Stun Audience With Emotion-Packed Performance

Julia Gray, Social Media Editor/Art Staff

October 2, 2019

      In a vocal performance between songs, there is a moment where the room is completely silent. If we all ceased to exist, it would be in this moment of equilibrium where we are, collectively, the closest to nothing. Watching assistant professor of music and voice Chadley Ballantyne, D.M.A. paus...

Thanksgiving Horoscopes

Kitty Geoghan, Section Editor - The Reporter

November 20, 2017

ARIES (March 21 - April 20) You’re always so independent, Aries, and that’s a good thing. But there’s no shame in accepting help from others. This Thanksgiving, take some time to be thankful for the support and love you receive from those around you. TAURUS (April 22 - May 21) Face it, Taurus, you h...

More Than Papers: How Stetson is Affected by DACA

Veronica Faison and Naomi Thomas

October 6, 2017

Veronica Faison is the Managing Editor. Additional reporting by Naomi Thomas, Senior Staff Writer. Photographs and illustration by Kitty Geoghan. The following interview is with a Stetson student DACA recipient. His name has been redacted and changed in order to ensure anonymity and safety. First...

All Black Lives Matter: A Stetson Panel Discussion

Lynn Walsh, News Editor

March 3, 2017

Stetson’s Black Student Association (BSA) hosted a panel discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement and inclusivity. This event, one of a series by the BSA in celebration of Black History Month, began at 7:00 p.m. in Sage 238. Over fifty people, including President Libby, attended this two hour...

Tennis’ Start to Season

Madison Akins, Sports Editor

March 3, 2017

The men’s tennis team only won one Singles Match in their opening weekend against St. John’s. Senior, Graham Ball was the sole winner with the scores of 6-2 and 6-3. The team also did not have any luck in doubles versus St. John's. Last year the team went 11-11 for their season, and 4-2 in conference. This...

Across the Pond

Nonfiction submission by Tessa Bravata.

March 3, 2017

Courtney and I flashed our ID’s at the bouncer in front of the brightly colored doors of the casino The Hippodrome. She shot me a sly grin and flashed her card at the man. She had just turned eighteen and wouldn’t be allowed into casinos in the States. We handed over our purses and the bouncer ...

Solidarity or Unrest? The Path of America Post-Election

Alicia Sapirman, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2017

This opinion article was originally written in November. Understanding. That is what I, and many of us, wanted post-election. This summer, as the election came nearer, people threw out quips left and right about Trump running for President. This joke translated into reality. Three weeks—at time of ...

Fixing Stetson’s Tenure and Promotion System

Chris Ferguson, Faculty Contributor

March 3, 2017

I wanted to share some observations regarding the promotion and tenure procedures at Stetson University in hopes that they might start some dialogue on these. I have now been involved in several promotion/tenure cases including pre-tenure reviews as well as been through the process myself successfully....

Smoking is Allowed on Public Roads

Colette Bernard, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2017

Let’s start with the cold hard facts. Public Safety has confirmed: students can smoke cigarettes at the public roads that cross Stetson’s campus. This includes Woodland, Amelia, Pennsylvania, Bert Fish, etc. At times it can be iffy, because many of the sidewalks belong to Stetson. However, I have...

Why we took an article down and how we choose them in the first place

Jason Cruz

February 19, 2017

I want to address an incident which recently took place on our Facebook page. My fellow student executives at Hatter Network and I were contacted by a student who contributed an opinion piece. The student asked us to remove her article after she received a string of comments from readers who vehemently...