Cue and Curtain Players
This drama club at Immaculata dates from the first years of the college and has undergone many changes through the decades. Today, the players produce two plays each year: the fall play may be either a drama or a musical and the spring play is the annual children’s theatre production.
Other activities, such as reader's theatre and one-act plays, are scheduled as time permits. Students participate as writers and directors as well as actors and technical crew. The club is affiliated with Alpha Psi Omega, a national dramatic fraternity, to which members may be nominated as recognition of their activities.
This club offers English/Communication majors and minors a venue to socialize beyond the classroom and to organize events based on their interests. Enjoy high tea at the Villanova Conference Center, attend author readings/talks at the Logan Circle Free Library of Philadelphia, enjoy a literary trivia Quizzo night--these and many more events are within the scope of this club. Bring your imagination; we can make it happen.
The Immaculatan is the student newspaper of Immaculata University. The newspaper is published four times per semester and maintains its mission: "dedicated to spreading cultural diversity and acknowledging writers from across the disciplines." Each issue features eight sections: News, On the Hill, Opinion/Editorial, Human Interests, Business, Features, Entertainment, and Sports. The newspaper has served as an outlet for stories of campus-wide, community, and national interest.
The staff of dedicated and creative students strives to bring quality journalism to the community. With a growing readership, the Immaculatan is an exciting campus activity. The newspaper also now offers subscriptions for parents, alumni, and friends of Immaculata. Call (610) 647-4400 ext. 3577 for information regarding subscriptions and advertising, or to contact the staff.
Pilgrimages is the college literary magazine, published by students once each year. During the year, staff members conduct writing workshops to encourage and support creative writing by Immaculata students.