The Practice of Yoga: Benefits of Harnessing Your Energy, Power

By Myranda Lockwood Inhale…exhale. It’s painted on the wall in calming earthly tones, and yet stepping into the studio, it is exactly the thing to do. The smell of eucalyptus and mint fill the nose and feel as if they can cleanse from the inside out. The slow ambient music trickles out of the studio room and sets the stage for the time that is … Continue reading The Practice of Yoga: Benefits of Harnessing Your Energy, Power

Making the Connection

By Addriena Bradley You might be using your cell phone to talk to your friends and family, do schoolwork, scroll social media, check your emails, and more. But is your phone causing more mental and physical harm than good?  A 2019 study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) of nearly 450 college students 18 years or older found they may be spending upwards … Continue reading Making the Connection

New & Improved: The Enhanced Wildcat Den

By Tatyjana Scalisi Beginning this spring semester, Daemen University decided to transfer and enhance its former gaming room into the Wildcat Den of the campus, introducing several new gaming options for students to enjoy. Greg Nayor, Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, released an email addressing all students enrolled at the institution stating, “The Wildcat Den has been enhanced with equipment from the former Game … Continue reading New & Improved: The Enhanced Wildcat Den

College is Tough, But So Are You

By Myranda Lockwood Life as a college student is infused with intense studies and a rigorous course load; it can often feel like it is nearly impossible to find time for yourself while also attempting to do well.  However, it is vitally important for students to find time to do things that benefit the mind and body, outside of study hours.    In a scientific … Continue reading College is Tough, But So Are You

How to Take Notes in College

By Haley Lux, Editor-in-Chief Every morning students at Daemen University wake up, get ready, head to class, and ask themselves whether they should take notes and how. For some, this means grabbing a notebook and their favorite pen; for others, it means pulling out their laptop, opening a document, and selecting the best font before beginning. Others flip back and forth between the two, trying … Continue reading How to Take Notes in College

Inside Scholar’s Day: The Opportunity to Win Daemen’s Top Ten Scholarships

By Cadence Russell Every year, Daemen University hosts Scholar’s Day, where nominated students who have applied and been accepted into Daemen compete for ten Trustee Scholarships. This year, over 270+ prospective students attended Scholar’s Day, the largest group ever.  “I mean, the best way to put it, it’s the happiest event you’ll go to as an admissions counselor, or admissions director, because all those kids … Continue reading Inside Scholar’s Day: The Opportunity to Win Daemen’s Top Ten Scholarships

Tri-Beta Brings Variety of Science to Daemen

By Cadence Russell On Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. in Schneck Hall, Beta Beta Beta, better known as Tri-Beta, hosted the second of three guest speakers in their Fall Seminar Series. Dr. Joshua Drew, from the State University of New York’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry, spoke to students on his work with historical ecology and conservation, and how science intersects with the humanities … Continue reading Tri-Beta Brings Variety of Science to Daemen

The Trek to Taughannock Falls

By Cadence Russell As an environmental science major, I have a deep appreciation for the outdoors, and stereotypically, I love to hike. Raised in the country west of Austin, Texas, I became quickly enamored with the geological and environmental sites around me. Coming to college in New York changed all of that. Immediately I was seeing things that you never see in Texas, good dirt … Continue reading The Trek to Taughannock Falls

Loving the Lost: Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos at Daemen

By Cadence Russell Celebrating holidays away from home often looks widely different. For freshman pre-med and athletic training major Cassandra Moss, Dia de Los Muertos at home consists of a month of preparation with hand-made everything. At college, it’s store-bought items and a couple of nights of celebration. “At college, we have to do something a little bit different just because you know, everybody’s schedules … Continue reading Loving the Lost: Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos at Daemen

Founders Celebration Wraps up Week-Long Events

By: Cadence Russell The past week of Founders Celebration just took place, where for a whole week of spirit days, the Campus Activities Team held events and traditions. From Superhero Movie Night to the 78 West Coffee giveaway, students and faculty took part in celebrating Daemen. “Historically it’s always been kind of just like a weekend type thing, but this year we decided to kind … Continue reading Founders Celebration Wraps up Week-Long Events