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Men’s lacrosse eyes conference

CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI STAFF WRITER The men’s lacrosse team is gearing up to for what they hope will be another playoff-bound season this season. The Royals were originally scheduled to travel…

Wrestling suffers senior day loss, prepare for NCAA regionals

RYAN GAULE STAFF WRITER Scranton men’s wrestling dropped to 8-9 on the season after a 27-21 home loss to King’s College Saturday at the John Long Center. The Royals got…

Men’s basketball clinch top seed

CORY BURRELL SPORTS EDITOR A career night by junior Justin Klingman proved to be just what the men’s basketball team needed Saturday as the Royals knocked off Catholic University 80-71…

Lady Royals stay ahead of pack

EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR The Cardinals of Catholic University is nothing new to the Lady Royals. The game featured seven lead changes and nine ties before the Lady Royals were…

Women’s lacrosse confident in playoff return

ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER The University’s women’s lacrosse team is back, and it is looking to rebound after a tough loss in last year’s semi-final round of the Landmark Conference…

Manresa retreat deemed successful, focus on Ignatian values

MICHAEL MAZZUCA FAITH CORRESPONDENT Campus Ministries hosted students at Chapman Lake for the first ever Manresa retreat Friday through Sunday. The retreat’s title is linked to the story of St.…

University student reflects on faith in Polish National Catholic Church

CALIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR The Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC) has a pervasive presence in the greater Scranton community as well as on campus at The University. Fransiczek Hodur founded…

Publication calls for protests against act prohibiting homosexuality

CALIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan signed a law making homosexuality criminal last month. Since then, homosexual acts have been punishable by long prison sentences and death, and…

“Thrilling” gene explored

MICHELLE D’SOUZA SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY EDITOR As the Olympics reach its midpoint, events such as moguls, slalom and half pipe leave spectators wondering how these athletes can even venture to…

Sweet treats prove harmful to dogs

JILL GARZON ADVERTISING MANAGER It is common knowledge among most dog owners that chocolate is not good for their dogs. Chocolate, aka a favorite snack for most humans, can cause…

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