As the basketball season winds down, the Daemen College women’s basketball team has one thing on their mind – winning. The top six teams in the East Coast Conference (ECC) will advance to play in the ECC Tournament. With this impressive 70-50 win over regionally-ranked Molloy College, Daemen now holds the sixth and final playoff spot in the ECC. Leah McDonell led the way for … Continue reading Daemen women’s basketball tames regionally ranked Lions, men’s fall late to Molloy
On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order entitled “PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES.” Reaction to the order has varied. Throughout the country, people have been speaking out against and in support of the order. Individuals in government have been some of the first people to respond to the presidential action. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan … Continue reading Daemen talks politics: How students and faculty analyze Trump’s seven-nation ban
A common goal for educators across the US is for students to produce thoughtful, high quality work. Thanks to problem, or project, based learning (PBL), gone are the days where critique and revision are a private deal between student and teacher. English and Kitsantas’ 2013 article, “Supporting Student Self-Regulated Learning in Problem- and Project-Based Learning,” acts as a guide for teachers who are interested in … Continue reading Project based learning: Idealistic or realistic?
I’m not someone who enjoys going to the movies because of high prices for tickets and snacks that I could make in the comfort of my home. However, when I saw the previews for Split, I had to break open my piggy bank and splurge. Wednesday night I went with friends to Regal at the Walden Galleria mall, bought a small popcorn (with butter … Continue reading Movie Review: Split Personalities in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split
In an exciting doubleheader Thursday night at Lumsden Gymnasium, the Daemen basketball teams defeated the University of Bridgeport. The women’s team won 83-78, while the men won 82-73. Starting with the women’s game, Daemen found themselves in a tight battle the entire game, with the lead changing hands almost twenty times. Sarah Saba led the way for the Wildcats with 26 points and seven rebounds. … Continue reading Daemen Basketball sweeps Bridgeport