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A model of the new addition to Owings Mills North campus

A new chapter for academic excellence at Stevenson

Kalee Corraine, Reporter November 18, 2023

In an increasingly digital and fast-paced world, a physical library may seem inconsequential.   However, the opening of Stevenson University’s magnificent Philip A. Zaffere Library in January is...

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...

President Kayla Boykin and Vice President Kayla Hunter of Tau Theta Chapter, alongside business panelists Roy Cox and Dominic Snipes of Enidan Enterprises LLC & Anytime Fitness, Trinity Bonner of Infinity Lashes, and Jordan Robinson of Jrobcutz LLC.

Tau Theta Chapter of AKA sorority hosts entrepreneur panel as one of many “Skee Week” events

Maya Townsend, Reporter November 8, 2023

In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, junior Stevenson student Joelle Gaines embarked on an entrepreneurial journey. She crafted and sold her distinctive handmade reversible and adjustable bonnets, leveraging...

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...

Staff is always terrifying at Field of Screams in Mountville, PA

Annual Halloween Field of Screams trip succeeds in terrifying Stevenson students

Kalee Corraine, Reporter October 31, 2023

Shrieks, high-pitched and soul-piercing, erupted from the darkness beyond the wooden gates, sending a blood-curdling chill through the air.   “Dude, I’m already freaked out,” senior Jacob Crosby...

Rockland was lined with materials for another fun Stuff-a-Stang homecoming event

Stevenson’s homecoming “Stuff-a-Stang” event sells out in minutes

Hannah Johnson, Reporter October 27, 2023

A lengthy line was already forming outside of Rockland 10 minutes before the annual homecoming Stuff-a-Stang event began. Phrases like “is this the line for Stuff-a-Stang?” whirled through the warm...

Stevenson President Elliot Hirshman and Dean of the School of Design Amanda Hostalka at an event planned by students in the course last year

Stevenson students can now declare new professional minors like event planning

Macy Kosanovich, Reporter October 23, 2023

Stevenson University is now offering a new professional minor in event planning, led by Department of Communication Professor Dr. Leeanne Bell-McManus, to enhance the university’s range of professional...

With an improved vaccine to target additional COVID strains, the FDA recommends looking into a booster this fall

COVID and flu season is rapidly approaching

Maya Townsend, Reporter October 17, 2023

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 endemic and the looming flu season, Stevenson junior Daishawn McQueen symbolizes the respiratory viruses’ destructive potential. She endured three periods of COVID-19 in...

Coach Prime, aka Deion Sanders, during his college days at FSU

Coach Prime’s Stevenson connection

Jack Gitterman, Reporter October 16, 2023

Back in 1988, when Stevenson senior lecturer Jeff Browne worked in Gainesville as a sports reporter covering University of Florida athletics, he took a weekly drive up to Tallahassee to write about the...

Three young laternflies eat a plant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania earlier this summer.

Lanternflies cause trouble in Maryland

Clare Oshman, Reporter October 13, 2023

Spotted lanternflies have been identified all over Maryland, and they are especially noticeable at Stevenson. The infestation poses a potential threat and annoyance to the environment surrounding Stevenson’s...

Photo by Tim Foster on Unsplash

Stevenson men’s club hockey team to celebrate Eric Bennett’s life at home game Oct. 6

Ben Johnson, Reporter October 4, 2023

SU’s men’s American Club Hockey Association team will honor the memory of fallen teammate Eric Bennett this semester, beginning with several ceremonies at their home games Friday at the Reisterstown...

Taken outside of Wooded Way at 7:08 p.m.

SU calls off shelter-in-place after altercation in residence hall caused campus lockdown

Micah Ernest, Editor October 2, 2023

Updated on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 4:50 p.m. Baltimore County Police responded Monday to an incident in one of Stevenson University's residence halls, prompting the University to place the campus on lockdown...

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