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Films to watch during summer 2024

Films to watch during summer 2024

Zach Jones, Reporter May 23, 2024

Summer is right around the corner and there's nothing better than a good trip to the movies, whether you see it in the early afternoon in prime summer weather or later in the evening when the weather is...

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...

Contestants anticipate the announcement of the 2024 winners.

Dylan Jones wins SU poetry competition

Shannon O'Hara, Reporter May 7, 2024

On Thursday April 18, the Greenspring Review hosted the annual Verses poetry competition. Dylan Jones took the first-place $100 prize at the Verses poetry competition hosted by the Greenspring Review. Senior...

Katie graduated just last year from Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland

A new era for The Villager under the next Editor in Chief

Micah Ernest, Editor in Chief April 24, 2024

Katie Campbell showed up out of the blue to Journalism II class one Thursday morning in late January. As a nursing major, she wasn't enrolled in the class and had no real reason to be there - other than...

Construction on the Berman Family Performing Arts Center provides a perfect opportunity to commemorate students times at Stevenson and the 100th anniversary in 2047

Stevenson’s 100th Anniversary time capsule event on Tuesday, April 23

Miya Reed, Reporter April 23, 2024

The Communication Hub will hold a 100th anniversary time capsule event in the Lynn Duncan Room in Rockland today, April 23, from 3-5 p.m. The time capsule event includes placing your favorite Stevenson...

Stevenson Student Athletic Advisory Committee to host first Mustang Field Day

Stevenson Student Athletic Advisory Committee to host first Mustang Field Day

Micah Ernest, Editor April 20, 2024

Stevenson's Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) is excited to debut Mustang Field Day on Sunday at 11 a.m. when spectators will be able to watch SU coaches and athletes face off outside of their...

Best Director winner Hannah Sobieck and her crew Riley Frutiger, Ian Bair, Holt Hendershot, and Andres Johnson celebrate with a group hug after receiving their award

2024 FMI Awards celebrate Stevenson’s own filmmakers

Zach Jones, Reporter April 18, 2024

The seventh annual Film and Moving Image (FMI) Awards took place Sunday, April 14 and provided an opportunity for Stevenson's own filmmakers to be recognized for their hard work throughout 2024. The...

Stevenson theater department welcomes “The Seagull”

Stevenson theater department welcomes “The Seagull”

Caleigh Bernota and Abigail Gillespie April 12, 2024

Stevenson University’s Theater and Media Performance (TMP) is gearing up towards Friday night's debut of the Spring play: "The Seagull" by Anton Chekhov. "The Seagull" is a four-act performance that...

The Greenspring Valley Orchestra performing at the spring 2023 ArtsAlive! concert series.

Arts Alive! Spring Concert Series just two weeks away

Shannon O'Hara, Reporter April 10, 2024

If you like music and appreciate the arts, you won’t want to miss the three upcoming performances at the Inscape Theater on Stevenson University's Greenspring Campus. Whether it be a display of...

Students gathered for the festivities outside of the Manning Academic Center, commemorating the rare solar eclipse

Solar spectacle coincides with SU School of Sciences Spring Spectacular 

Micah Ernest and Kevin Kouchoukos April 8, 2024

While some spectators fear a plague of earthquakes and the end of the world as we know it, up to 3.7 million others traveled from all over the country to view the 2024 solar eclipse in totality from...

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff onboard Hydrographic Survey Vessel CATLETT observe the damage resulting from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.

Stevenson community in shock following Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse

As a young girl growing up in Baltimore City, Yolanda Peace remembers Sundays when she climbed into the backseat of her family car for a trip over the Francis Scott Key Bridge. “I remember always...

Stevenson’s new library is open, students love new space

Caleigh Bernota, Reporter March 27, 2024

The arrival of spring means new opportunities at Stevenson University, including the opening of the Philip A. Zaffere Library on Owings Mills North campus. The highly anticipated library opened March...

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