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Late spurt pushes Lady Royals to Sweet 16

Late spurt pushes Lady Royals to Sweet 16

EMMA BLACK STAFF WRITER The Lady Royals have credited a large part of this season’s success to the incredible chemistry among the girls. Once again, they say their bond was…

Men’s lacrosse suffers hard-fought loss to York

RYAN GAULE STAFF WRITER Ryan Mygatt’s two goals were not enough as The University’s men’s lacrosse team dropped its home opener against York College Wednesday at Fitzpatrick Field. The Royals…

Baseball gears up for start of season

EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY CO-EDITOR Royals’ baseball head coach Mike Bartoletti sees potential in his team despite losing key players. The team will rely on a strong offensive and exceptional athleticism…

Crimean churches respond to military presence

CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR Ukraine has been bubbling over with turmoil since protests broke out in November 2013, and the Catholic Church has responded. Many Ukranians began protesting in response…

Women celebrate their faith at Divinely Designed retreat

MICHAEL MAZZUCA FAITH CORRESPONDENT The Divinely Designed retreat took place this past weekend. As the retreat focused on the empowerment of women, the retreatants were female. This is the fifth…

Dodge’s new Charger SRT8 storms car market

MATTHEW CORSO STAFF WRITER Dodge is responsible for making its newest charger the best to date. The Charger SRT8 is designed and produced by Dodge’s special in-house tuning crew the…

RadioShack posts big losses during turnaround effort

LOUIS BALZANI STAFF WRITER Electronics retailer RadioShack has fallen on some tough times. It finds itself in the midst of a tailspin more violent than many had anticipated after years…

Fannie Mae prone to political disruption

JAMES JINCARELLI BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT Many may remember the collapse of Fannie Mae during the recession of 2007 and 2008, however, what some might not realize is that Fannie Mae just…

Republicans worry Democrats are losing sight of fiscal policy improvement

ANDREA RICKETTI STAFF WRITER President Obama’s $3.9 trillion budget that would start Oct. 1 focuses on increasing taxes for upper-income Americans as well as oil and gas companies. The plan…

Economic indicators signal improving housing, consumer confidence

TIM HARDING STAFF WRITER Since the unemployment rate has been steadily declining since November 2013, it would be fair to expect to see increasing levels in both consumer spending and…

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