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Sneak Preview: Off the Tracks, a Digital Production by Eng. 316

English 316: Journalism in a Digital Age has created a new digital production to publish their multimedia stories and shows.  It will feature content specifically for LVC students including a column titled Trailer Trash in which Ryan Jones reviews movies in unique and interesting ways. Other columns include Are You Game?, Class Acts, and Sports
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Pres Yewande Austin Talks Diversity and Change

Melissa Pavone ‘14/ Staff Writer mlp002@lvc.edu Musical Performer, activist, and ambassador Yewande Austin brings her message to Lebanon Valley College’s Symposium on Inclusive Excellence. Austin established the Global Institute for Diversity and Change (originally the Change of Rocks Institute) and according to its website “has become an international resource for multiculturalism, diversity and leadership trainings, and
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IMG_2793 Defrocked Pastor Inspires Change

Amber Shay ‘15/La Vie Collegienne and La Vie Online Co-editor als013@lvc.edu Lebanon County pastor Frank Schaefer spoke about the importance of standing up for what is right during LVC’s Symposium on Inclusive Excellence. Schaefer had his credentials as a pastor of the Zion United Methodist Church of Iona taken away from him after officiating his son’s
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IMG_8327 copy Students React to MLK Symposium

Amber Shay ‘15/La Vie Collegienne and La Vie Online Co-editor als013@lvc.edu Lebanon Valley College cancelled classes and held its first Symposium on Inclusive Excellence Monday, January 20. The day aimed to honor Martin Luther King Jr. through lectures, speeches, and panels discussing gender, sexuality, and race. Though students acknowledge the importance of the event and applauded
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Arts and Entertainment

MK Asante enthralls at reading of his memoir Buck

On Friday, February 7th, noted author, filmmaker, musician, and teacher MK Asante presented a reading of and a book signing for Buck, his critically acclaimed memoir of his teenage years in North Philadelphia, in Leedy Theater. Asante was invited to LVC to share his work as part of LVC Unity Week and the Agnes O’Donnell
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Perspectives

man and woman faces vector profiles He Said, She Said: Songs That Make You Think About Sex

Do women and men think differently on a range of subjects? That’s what we’ll be exploring in our “He Said, She Said” column. The column is designed to delve into the thinking of the LVC male and female. From freshman to faculty, weekly questions will be asked to determine if sexes are also different in other ways.
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Features

Residential Life Introduces New Process for Managing Room Changes

In an effort to make the process of switching rooms a little easier, Michael Diesner, Director of Residential Life, has developed a more cohesive and centralized system for those students who would like to switch rooms. “The idea is to have a process in place where students can say, ‘I’d like the opportunity for a
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Sports

Screen Shot 2014-01-30 at 2.30.07 PM Sneak Preview: Off the Tracks, a Digital Production by Eng. 316

English 316: Journalism in a Digital Age has created a new digital production to publish their multimedia stories and shows.  It will feature content specifically for LVC students including a column titled Trailer Trash in which Ryan Jones reviews movies in unique and interesting ways. Other columns include Are You Game?, Class Acts, and Sports
[continue reading...]