Blaise Delfino is a busy man. If you’re lucky enough to run into him on ESU’s campus, he’ll either be studying for a speech-language pathology exam, writing a song, or working on his latest invention. There is a lot going on in the young professional’s life, and he is managing to make it work flawlessly.
At a young age, Delfino was immersed in the musical arts. His father taught him how to play the drums at five years old. As he got older, Delfino intensely practiced his instruments, discovering new ones along the way. Eventually, he learned how to play the saxophone and guitar. His abundant knowledge of music and instrumental skills helped him to become a self-taught pianist and singer/songwriter. Though music was a crucial part in his life, he gravitated toward other hobbies.
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Sweat running down her face, Renee Joyal struggled to sleep her first night in Thailand. Used to the comfort of her air-conditioned home, she found herself sleeping beneath a mosquito net in a room over 8,000 miles away from her family and all the comforts her home provides.
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Theatre Alumna Finds Career Opportunities in Los Angeles, Film to Premiere at Pocono Cinema and Cultural Center
Moving to Los Angeles wasn’t something Jenell Manzi ’09 ever thought she would do when she graduated.
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Brandon Bachman took a high school class that eventually led him to a six figure starting salary immediately after he steps off the graduation stage at East Stroudsburg University this December.
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Think about what is going on around the world today with our national security and service people — how did we get to this point? What is the history behind it?
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Faculty of the College of Health Sciences at East Stroudsburg University are launching a weekly broadcast on WESS 90.3 FM , the university’s student-run radio station, where they will inform listeners how to get healthy starting this holiday season.
The show titled “Healthy Warriors” will be aired every Wednesday from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
It is designed to utilize the expertise of the faculty in the College of Health Sciences to explore, discuss and provide information on a variety of topics that are current and relevant within the health sciences. Sample topics include weight loss, concussion, health myths, stress reduction, health literacy, and nutritional supplements.
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Philosophy and Religious Studies Department Aims to Educate on Chinese Culture
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It’s all about the Money: New Program for Credit Wi$e Warriors
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ESU Greeks Fundraise for Community, with a $7,500 Goal
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