Be a DelVal Storyteller

There are so many stories to tell. Create yours with DelVal! Storytelling at DelVal gives you the unique opportunity to engage with creative students who share your passion. Today, storytelling lives in various media from blogging to book writing, poetry, illustration, film, videos, social media, drama, photography and the web. What will your story be? Discover storytelling at DelVal.


Storytelling can be found in many majors at Delaware Valley University

DelVal Storytellers

A student is being filmed with video camera, microphone and lighting, in front of Lake Archer.

Media and Communication at DelVal

Hannah Seltzer '22 is working on a photography project on a mac computer

Dustin Childs '22 Defines "Story"

An image from over a students shoulder of an open book and laptop

Opportunities for Storytellers at DelVal

The Full360 Blog

A student run blog for sharing E360 experiences.

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An inside look at Experience360, Delaware Valley University's award-winning experiential learning program!

The Gleaner 

The Gleaner is DelVal’s undergraduate theme-based literary journal. The publication provides a multitude of opportunities for DelVal storytellers to share their unique experiences and express their creativity.

Featuring students’ written work, photography, and more, The Gleaner is printed annually and is also available to view online.

Be inspired and discover the creativity of DelVal’s storytellers.

Follow @delvalgleaner on Instagram

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Oral History Project

Recording stories about DelVal’s history on the occasion of our 125th anniversary, by the many people who have spent time at this institution.  

E360 Career Opportunities

  • Pearl S. Buck International
  • National Museum of Natural History
  • Philadelphia Phillies

Explore our 70+ Clubs and Organizations

Sample courses for Storytellers

Regardless of your major, you can explore courses in other majors with the electives you choose to complete your degree. Are you a History, Policy and Society major? You might want to take an elective class in Travel Writing, or Sports History. Are you a Writing and Literary Studies major? Consider a course in Non-Western Societies. Business major? Try a course in Professional Communication. You will meet other storytellers along the way.

  • Fiction Writing
  • Playwriting/Screenwriting
  • Poetry Writing
  • Genre Writing
  • Travel Writing
  • Creative Non-Fiction
  • Editing
  • Publication Design
  • Sports Media
  • Memories, Histories and Identities
  • Introduction to Public History
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Introduction to Communication
  • News Reporting and Writing
  • Professional Communication
  • Technical Writing
  • Writing for Public Relations, Promotion and Advertising
  • Writing for Radio, Television and the Internet
  • Video Production
  • Non-Western Societies
For more information:
Dr. Brian Lutz, Department Chair, Associate Professor