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Dr. Anthony Todd Carlisle

Cal U English and journalism professor publishes first novel

Cal U Communications May 6, 2021

“You write about what you know,” Dr. Anthony Todd Carlisle tells his students at Cal U. In his first novel, The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale, Carlisle has done just that, drawing on his...

A scene from Cal U Theatre's spring musical

Cal U theater program stages “Dear Edwina” for spring musical

Cal U Communications April 22, 2021

People have questions; “Dear Edwina” has answers. The musical, performed by students in Cal U’s theater program and scheduled to be streamed April 23-25, explores the joys of growing up, through...

Caton’s Corner Talk Show coming to an end May 4, 2021

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief April 14, 2021

Editor-in-Chief, Tom Caton, has been hosting his CUTV talk show, Caton's Corner, since February 2019. While the show has been on CUTV's YouTube platform, CUTVSPORTS1, for five seasons now, the time...

Sarah Martin (left), Noah Dohanich,  Garrett Smyth and Cole McGlumphy in a scene from 'Perspective.'

Cal U theatre majors write, direct and act in two one-act plays March 26-28

Cal U Communications March 24, 2021

The Department of Culture, Media and Performance at California University of Pennsylvania will present a virtual Evening of Creativity at 7 p.m. March 26-27 and 2 p.m. March 28. The two one-act plays...

Stream Malcolm and Marie on Netflix.

Malcolm and Marie shine bright in this black and white film

Veonna King, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

Malcolm (John Davidson) and Marie (Zendaya) are a glamorous Hollywood couple who have just come back from Malcolm’s successful movie premiere. The first scene starts with an agitated Marie walking through...

Cal U students sled riding the hills along Hickory Street near campus on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021

Photos: ‘Snow day’ outdoor fun at Cal U

Jeff Helsel February 3, 2021

Cal U's campus received several inches of snow Sunday night resulting in the announcement that the University would be closed on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.  By Monday afternoon, we found many students outside...

Happy Horror Days to all and to all a Good Fright!

Happy Horror Days to all and to all a Good Fright!

Jonathan Sakaguchi, Staff Writer December 9, 2020

‘Twas the night before the holidays and all through the Estate, monsters and ghouls were all lying in wait. A shriek in the shadows grabs my attention and what do I see emerge from the dark? The Grinch,...

Mara Corynn (left), Alyssa McLaine, Jillian Bruni-Crytser and Rebecca Remp appear together onscreen but their performances were recorded separately and edited together.

Cal U students take a virtual stage for ‘Gooserumps: Goosed Up Tales and Fables Gone Wrong.’

Cal U Communications November 18, 2020

The Cal U first-year theater show will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year with Gooserumps: Goosed Up Tales and Fables Gone Wrong.  Get ready to see what happens when Mother Goose’s daughters...

WCAL members (from left to right) Rebecca Glusco, Zachary Hixenbaugh, Evan Peffer, Thomas Caton, Nicholas Rae, Andrea Kroll, Trevin Keteles, and Kole Miller at the 80th annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting Systems Conference in New York City, March 2020

Radio Shows Outside the Radio Station

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief November 11, 2020

Rebecca Glusco is the station manager of the WCAL radio station on the campus of Cal U. Just like many other clubs and organizations on campus, the radio station members have not been able to do anything...

Filmmaker George Romero at the premiere of ‘Survival of the Dead’ in 2010.

3 things I learned from teaching students about horror pioneer George Romero’s movies during these scary times

Carl Kurlander, University of Pittsburgh November 11, 2020

I’m no fan of horror movies. At least I wasn’t until I moved from Hollywood back to my hometown of Pittsburgh, where I met the legendary independent filmmaker George Romero, best known as the inventor...

WISE group at the

WISE club hosts successful trivia night

Grace Strait, Contributor November 4, 2020

Monday at 7 p.m. the Women in Sports and Events Club at California University of Pennsylvania hosted a trivia night. The event was hosted over Zoom by Laura Miller, professor and program director of...

Showing a map of New York City, McBroken tracks working/not working ice cream machines with red or green dots.

Customers Tired of Getting Their Hearts “McBroken”

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief October 28, 2020

We all get that temptation to go to McDonald’s when we crave a McFlurry or a milkshake from time to time. We are full of excitement to drive to the nearest McDonald’s to satisfy our sweet tooth, however,...

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