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SENATE GOVERNANCE STATE OF THE ‘U’

President Donald Castellucci & Vice President Christian Burne Welcome to the first edition of the 2013-2014 Senate Governance. In years past, Student Government has published a collection of articles and…

How to properly order at Zoca

COMMENTARY BY KEVIN PENDERGAST Disclosure: This article is written in mind with the intention of helping first-year students and Zoca virgins order correctly. As most of you know, the first…

Unnoticed by media, Mideast events continue to unfold

COMMENTARY BY RYAN CAVISTON With all the hullabaloo of a government shutdown, media coverage for the United States’ prime military target has been a bit lax. Unfortunately, a government shutdown…

Texan gun owners take up arms at Alamo

COMMENTARY BY JAMES GILLESPIE Perhaps the greatest American idea ever to be thought of was born Saturday. In San Antonio, Texas, men, women and children all gathered at the Alamo…

Personality profile: Biology professor, Dr. Erica Lasek-Neselquist

BY ZACH DYER NEWS CORRESPONDENT Erica Lasek-Nesselquist, Ph.D., or Dr. Erica for short, is in her first year of teaching at The University. Her welcomed addition to the biology faculty…

Department Spotlight: Latin American Studies and Women’s Studies

BY ELIANA SAKS STAFF WRITER Latin American Studies’ and Women’s Studies’ (LA/W/S) move to a new location has sparked many developments in programs of relatively new majors’ programs. They have…

Dr. Carilli steps down from student affairs, accepts job in Knoxville

BY JUSTIN DWYER SPORTS EDITOR After more than a decade as vice president of student affairs, Vincent Carilli, Ph.D., has decided to step down from his role at The University.…

Faculty senate may consider name change

BY LAURA FAY NEWS EDITOR A University professor has suggested it might be time for The University to adopt a new name that reflects its identity more clearly. The faculty…

Time capsule found inside Leahy Hall

BY COLLEEN DAY MANAGING EDITOR A time capsule filled with the history of Scranton women that shed light a local women’s group was opened Oct. 9 by maintenance staff members…

Back-to-back overtime goals extend women’s soccer streak

BY JUSTIN DWYER SPORTS EDITOR After winning a dramatic overtime 3-2 game over the Farmingdale State University Rams Saturday afternoon, the women’s soccer team once again pulled out a dramatic…

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