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Track athlete Susannah Lehr flexes her biceps, promoting a t-shirt from her NIL sponsor, PostGame. (@susannah_lehr)

Stevenson student-athletes capitalize on NIL deals

Caleigh Bernota and Gavin Shields May 9, 2024

Emma Gladstein never runs out of energy drinks. She also never runs out of peanut butter powder, iced tea, teeth whitening strips, bracelets, meal replacement, and new clothes. You see, Gladstein is...

Ben Johnson sets the Jersey Boys for one last kill

Ben Johnson sets the Jersey Boys for one last “kill”

Ben Johnson, Sports Reporter May 6, 2024

In this episode of The Villager Voice, host Ben Johnson (aka "Bottlecap") sits down with men's volleyball standouts Tim Flanagan, Ryan Thenell, Justin Novoa, and Aidan O'Brien to discuss their season and...

Nathan Williams has plenty to celebrate after breaking his own records meet after meet

Williams shines for Stevenson track and field

Landon Zernhelt, Sports Reporter February 9, 2024

On a cold late January weekend, the Stevenson track and field teams traveled south to Virginia and George Mason University for the 2024 George Mason Patriot Games.   On the same weekend, Nathan Williams...

Sean Dowd

Sean Dowd is a Unicorn

Jack Gitterman, Sports Reporter December 18, 2023

Sean Dowd remembers coming down the stretch in the 2022 Middle Atlantic Conference championship match his freshman year. He remembers Stevenson's golf coaches telling the team not to look at the live leaderboard...

Phoebe Zaranski models one of her Halloween creations, complete with vampire fangs, in the Kevin Manning Academic Complex at Stevenson University.

Passion for Fashion

Emily Fox, Reporter December 18, 2023

The needle quickly pierces the fabric of her long red dress as she methodically guides the fabric through her fingers for a perfect finishing touch. Phoebe Zaranski is finishing her final dress in her...

Emily Fox stands under the platform shell climb so that she can direct Stevensons marching band at a football halftime show.

Major Responsibility

Kalee Corraine, Reporter December 18, 2023

Standing atop the podium above the band, Emily Fox held her arms out in front of her, commanding the band for a standby. Her next moves channeled the opening sounds to the “Stevenson University Fight...

Cameron Crossett on the microphone and ready to broadcast another Stevenson University sporting event.

Swinging Through Life’s Battles

Grace-Frances Afful, Reporter December 18, 2023

Editor's Note: Cameron Crossett is the host of "Cam's Corner," a Villager Video podcast. Grant DeVivo is the Villager's sports editor. Members of the Stevenson club baseball team huddled together at...

Sophomore business administration major August Jackson shows off her beads.

Stringing Success

Maya Townsend, Reporter December 18, 2023

In a cozy, sunlit corner of her Stevenson University dorm room, August Jackson's fingers dance across a kaleidoscope of beads—crimson reds, ocean blues, and golden yellows—each hue a testament to her...

Jacob Baytoff and 10 other seniors will play in their final regular season game Saturday when the Mustangs host Eastern at Mustang Stadium at 1 p.m.

Bowl bid on the line on Senior Day

Ava Treakle, Sports Reporter November 10, 2023

Approaching its final game in another winning season, Stevenson's football team is in the running for a spot in the Centennial-MAC Bowl Series. On Saturday, Nov. 11, the Mustangs (6-3, 5-3 MAC)...

Phi Sigma Sigma to host 5K at Stevenson

Phi Sigma Sigma to host 5K at Stevenson

Shannon O'Hara, Contributor November 10, 2023

Phi Sigma Sigma at Stevenson University will host Phi-K, a 5K race on Sunday, Nov. 12 at Stevenson University in celebration of the national organization’s founding on Nov. 26, 1913. This event is open...

Hayden Schindler set a school record in the 1,00o-meter run at the George Mason Patriot Games in January.

On The Prowl, Ready To Eat 

Grant DeVivo, Sports Editor November 10, 2023

Hayden Schindler entered his freshman year at Pikesville High School thinking he would play prep soccer.   Schindler's hopes of playing on the pitch faded soon after, but he quickly caught on with...

Speaker Julie Allen discusses her professional projects in front of a packed Claire Moore Room at the 15th Shapiro/Rouse Lecture in Garrison Hall.

Prominent event planner fills room and thrills audience for Shapiro/Rouse Lecture

Daniel Anisimov, Reporter November 6, 2023

The 15th annual Shapiro/Rouse Lecture packed the Claire Moore Room in Garrison Hall on Nov. 2, forcing some students to stand against the back wall to hear communication professional Julie Allen’s message...

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