“How does a business be successful?” asks Kenneth Feld, President and CEO of Feld Entertainment, which owns Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. “By adapting,” he says. Under constant pressure from the general public, animal rights activist groups, and “anti-elephant” ordinances from cities in which they wish to perform, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus has made the decision to discontinue the use of elephants in their performances by the year of 2018.
Andrew Cirino Contributing Writer The smell of the stadium, the roar of the crowd, everyone on their feet. That was … More
Al Kessler Sports Editor The 5th season of the Federal Hockey League has come to a close and the … More
Behind-the-scenes, the Wardrobe Crew of the WCSU Department of Theatre’s production of You Can’t Take It With You work diligently to help … More
Kristin Ruopp Contributing Writer About a half hour ago, I was doing some casual Facebook surfing. Suddenly, up pops … More
Brian Sweeney Contributing Writer Currently the world is going through changes, but do you think it is going through … More
Jordan A. Sprogis Editor-in-Chief Dakota Sarantos Managing Editor Leo Budnick News Editor Much talk has circulated among the Professional Writing … More
Jordan A. Sprogis Editor-in-Chief An elementary school in Manhattan, P.S. 116, has recently decided to abolish all traditional homework, such … More
WCSU faculty and students alike gathered in Berkshire Hall to observe the Grand Opening of the newly revamped Colonial Fitness Zone on the Midtown Campus in full session on Tuesday February 24th. The start of the Spring 2015 semester marked a new beginning for Midtown Recreational facilities as well as the Recreation Department as they changed locations from the “black box room,” a room no larger than a millionaire’s private fitness room, to a room that was previously occupied by the Theater Department prior to the opening of the Visual and Performing Arts building on the Westside Campus.
The brutally mutilated body of one-year-old Yohana Bahati was found on Tuesday, February 17th, a few miles from his homestead in The United Republic of Tanzania in East Africa. His limbs were “hacked off” according to local police Chief Joseph Konyo. Yohana was born with a congenital condition called albinism which causes an absence of pigmentation in an individual’s skin, hair, and eyes.