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Cinco de Mayo brownies pack a punch

Courtney Hottle May 3, 2018

Many of us are familiar with the  Cinco De Mayo holiday , but few know the history behind it. The holiday is one close to Mexico’s heart, and often comes with delicious meals and sweets. Cinco De...

The student orientation welcome leaders for the summer of 2018 have been selected. (Photo from Stevenson OWL Instagram)

New student O.W.L.s selected for 2018

Courtney Hottle April 19, 2018

While Stevenson has many student employment opportunities available, being an Orientation  Welcome Leader (O.W.L.) is one of the most desirable student jobs on campus. This is a position that is fulfilled...

2015 Nursing Career Fair gave students in the major an opportunity to talk to career professionals. (Photo from SU Flickr)

Spring fair offers many career opportunities

March 29, 2018

The Office of Career Services holds many career and networking events throughout the year, but the much-anticipated Spring Career & Internship Fair is just around the corner. This year’s event will...

Students showcase meaningful tattoos

Students showcase meaningful tattoos

Courtney Hottle March 8, 2018

While tattoos are a permanent and sometimes costly investment, Stevenson University students have an array of artwork covering their bodies. While some ink is simply for fun and may not have a lot of meaning,...

Novel depicts the consequences of lying

Novel depicts the consequences of lying

Courtney Hottle February 22, 2018

Murder mystery novelist Ruth Ware entices readers yet again with her newest novel, “The Lying Game,” that tells the story of childhood friends and their long-kept secret. The 2017 book follows Ware’s...

MAP kicks off calendar of events for 2018

MAP kicks off calendar of events for 2018

February 8, 2018

Mustang Activities and Programming, or MAP, at Stevenson University is famous for its unique and popular events around campus. This semester, MAP had more than 25 events planned, nearly 20 of which still...

Heather Lopiano interned with sports Information Director Greg Royce, and her work with the athletic department was honored during the Student Employee Awards. (Villager file photo)

Event honors students’ hard work

Courtney Hottle April 20, 2017

The fifth annual Student Employment Banquet was held Wednesday, April 11, 2017, in the Rockland banquet room. This event honored the outstanding student employees, graduate employees, and employee supervisors,...

Photo from Courtney Hottle

Narrative adventure inspires readers

Courtney Hottle February 16, 2017

The non-fiction story, “Born To Run” by Christopher McDougall, is an enticing tale about one man’s journey to a place unknown and his discovery of man’s most instinctive pastime: running. McDougall...

School of Design to host gallery show

School of Design to host gallery show

Courtney Hottle February 9, 2017

The School of Design will explore the definition of beauty through its new exhibition titled “Beauty, Etc.,” which will be on display at its opening reception on Thursday, Feb. 9 from 6-9 p.m. on the...

(Photo from @ilovetickledpink)

Boutique offers affordable fashion pieces

November 10, 2016

Tickled Pink, a trendy boutique located in Glyndon, Md., offers unique fashion pieces at an affordable price.  Not to be confused with the local event planning shop, “Tickled Pink & Posh” on Reisterstown...

Students are talking...

Students are talking…

October 20, 2016

What are your Homecoming plans? What's your favorite Homecoming event? Dan Halla                 Jordan Hershberger               Kamica...

Leaderstang brings together SU leaders

Courtney Hottle September 22, 2016

Leaderstang is an annual on-campus conference held for students involved in Stevenson clubs and organizations. This year’s theme, “Power of The People,” was held on Sept. 16 and 17 in Rockland Banquet...

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