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In Orbit Demonstration in 2017:
The IFM Nano Thruster has been the first European Thruster that has been sold to a commercial constellation. Since then, several companies have chosen this technology for their satellites in the range of 3-100kg satellites. 109 more words

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Review of ScaleTrains Rivet Counter SD40-2 with ESU sound

A quick photo review of ScaleTrains highly anticipated new SD40-2 with ESU sound! 163 more words

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Theatre Department Presents "Little Shop of Horrors"

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on April 13, 2017.

“Little Shop of Horrors” combines the triple threat of acting, singing and dancing into a rock musical that mixes comedy with horror. 894 more words


Students' Artwork Praised at Juried Exhibition

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on March 30, 2017.

Student artists were recognized for their work during the Annual Juried Exhibition reception at the Madelon Powers Gallery last Thursday afternoon. 845 more words


"Hitchcock Reframed" Delves Deep into the World of Film

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on March 23, 2017.

The Provost’s Colloquium Series continued last week with “Hitchcock Reframed” presented by Stephanie Daventry French, professor of theatre, and Paul Lippert, Ph.D., professor of communication. 704 more words


"The 39 Steps" Blends Comedy and Mystery

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on Feb. 23, 2017.

A fun, action-packed comedy. This central theme of ESU theatre department’s upcoming production of Patrick Barlow’s “The 39 Steps” is what drives the actors and crew to entertain nine audiences between Feb. 860 more words


Chinese Spring Festival Draws Large Crowd

Previously published in “The Stroud Courier” on Feb. 16, 2017.

ESU students and community members experienced a piece of Chinese culture this past Saturday at the Chinese Spring Festival. 650 more words