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Advertising alumni return to campus

BY RUTH DAVID STAFF WRITER The Advertising Club had its third annual Advertising Day last Saturday and welcomed six recent alumni back to campus to give undergraduate students career advice.…

University launches online club system

BY DANA RANNEY NEWS CORRESPONDENT Are you tired of dealing with massive amounts of required paperwork for your club or organization? Or do you wish you had a way to…

Pango app makes parking easy

BY COLLEEN DAY MANAGING EDITOR Gone are the days of carrying change and worrying about parking tickets. Senior Rebecca Hextall, a commuter, started using Pango Mobile Parking, a pay-by-phone parking…

University student awarded ROTC honor

BY IAN WEIR NEWS CORRESPONDENT Cadet Christian Burne, the cadet battalion commander of The University’s Royal Warrior Army ROTC Battalion, was presented with the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for…

Public still not sold on Obama’s foreign policy

COMMENTARY BY: CHRISTINE TALENTI The new national poll displays an all-time low for President Obama’s approval rating on foreign policy. Receiving a four in ten approval of his job on…

Lawmakers need to take hint on guns

COMMENTARY BY: BRANDON SOMWARU Alas, here we are again, America, mourning 12 individuals who lost their lives in yet another tragic and preventable mass shooting. Thirty-four-year-old Aaron Alexis infiltrated Washington,…

Class of 2017 smaller than usual

BY CHRISTINA SCULLY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF After a 13-year streak of record-breaking admission numbers at The University, faculty, staff and students welcomed about 890 members of the class of 2017 to campus…

University alumna finalist in Marriott Hotels travel contest

BY ELIANA SAKS NEWS CORRESPONDENT What if you could walk into a hotel room and instantly be gratified with a fridge and pantry full of your favorite foods transforming an…

America moves backward

COMMENTARY BY: COLIN BRUCIA Just days after the recall election in Colorado, which successfully recalled two legislators who provided crucial votes for the recent gun reforms in the state and…

Styles touches heart of local girl

COMMENTARY BY: SARAH MUELLER My friend alerted me last week to a growing Twitter campaign happening right in Scranton’s backyard. Recent Dunmore High School graduate Kelcey Hallihan has been courageously…

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