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Women’s lacrosse season ends

Women’s lacrosse season ends

EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR The women’s lacrosse team set a season goal to beat Catholic University. Unfortunately, this was not the year for it to happen. Scranton lost 10-18 to…

Men’s lacrosse loses in conference semifinals

Men’s lacrosse loses in conference semifinals

ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER EMERITUS The University’s second-seeded men’s lacrosse team looked for a victory against third-seeded Goucher College in the Landmark Conference semifinals Wednesday. This game was a rematch…

Students return from University’s 73rd SEARCH retreat, reflect on experience

Students return from University’s 73rd SEARCH retreat, reflect on experience

MICHAEL MAZZUCA FAITH CORRESPONDENT The SEARCH 73 retreat took place at Chapman Lake from Friday to Sunday. Retreatants tend to come back without revealing what happens. This is meant to…

Pope Francis canonizes two popular twentieth century popes

CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR Hundreds of thousands of Christians gathered at St. Peter’s Square to witness Pope Francis formally declaring Popes John XXIII and John Paul II saints on Divine…

University celebrates changing season with Festival of Colors

University celebrates changing season with Festival of Colors

CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR The University welcomed spring by celebrating the Indian Festival of Colors. Asia Club, the Residence Hall Association, United Colors Organization, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, International…

Embarrassing first cars build character

MATT CORSO SCIENCE & TECH EDITOR gh school and probably even now, if you were not handed the keys to a new Mercedes when you first got your license, you…

Microchips may soon administer medicine

MATTHEW SANTIAGO STAFF WRITER As the technology of the modern era continues to rapidly evolve, so does the potential for researchers to improve medical treatments for patients. Scientists such as…

U.S. Sanctions on Russia less than expected

CONNOR BURKE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT The sanctions against Russians were less than expected, sending oil and gas companies scrambling. The U.S. and Europe issued a new round of sanctions Tuesday in…

Giant waves brewing in pharmaceutical world

WILL HORN STAFF WRITER Crunch time is here at last for the economy, so to speak. The previous week and this coming week are both important times in the market…

Competition heats up in broadcasting industry

JORDAN DEN HERDER BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT A young broadcasting company has started using a revolutionized way for its customers to watch television. Via small antennae and a cloud storage system, Aereo…

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