SU’s Dustin Sleva arrived at SU when it was fresh off a 3-23 season. He departs leading the Raiders to 85 victories in a four-year span, the most wins for a senior class in school history. Sleva also leaves as SU’s all-time scoring leader with 2,071 points, the leading rebounder with 1,140 while also adding 334 assists.
Gabe Mosser struck out 10 West Chester hitters in his solid efforts against the Golden Rams in SU’s 6-5 victory on Thursday afternoon. Over his last four games, Mosser has given up only six earned runs in a span of 26 innings, earning wins in three of those four games. On the season, Mosser is 4-3 with a 3.83 ERA.
Customers enter Pizza House, located on East King Street, after the restaurant reopened last week. The restaurant closed in 2006, sat vacant and then was taken over by Polly and Stone for a few of years. However, Pizza House has now reclaimed the space and is working on perfecting old recipes, as well as adding new menu items such as vegan meals.
Tim French shows evidence of the communist era in Romania and Bulgaria. During his lecture, French shared that Romania had little evidence of communism while Bulgaria has many pieces of evidence from their communist era.
Graham Hetrick speaks to the audience about America’s opioid crisis and how many ignore the problem until they are personally affected by it. He proposed that Americans develop a healthier lifestyle and spend time helping others.
A reception that included dinner was held before the awards. Students from PASSHE schools came to the awards to present their business plans. Jonathan Burton represented SU and was a finalist with “Awakened Wellness.”
Noam Chomsky speaks to the audience of students through Skype about human existence and the possible end to humanity. Chomsky explained the Doomsday Clock which is currently two minutes to midnight which is the closest its been since 1953.