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University students save boy from drowning

Eliana Saks Managing Editor   Two university students dove into icy water Sunday to save a nine-year-old boy. Cesar Garcia and Michael Frawley, both first-year students, jumped into the Roaring…

Good Reasons You Should Consider Joining Volunteer Groups

If you want to gain experience in your field of interest, broaden your transferable skills, discover your passions and talents, and learn to lead, consider volunteering. It’s a great way…

Inside look: Equestrian Team

BRIGID CAMPBELL Web Manager When I tell people I’m on the equestrian team, the most common reaction I get is, “We have an equestrian team?” As the rest of The…

Students train student athletes in workout program

RYAN DISDIER Staff Writer Strength and conditioning is an important aspect of sports, although sometimes it goes unnoticed. There is an exceptional strength and conditioning program at The University that…

Catholic Relief Service student ambassadors advocate fair trade

CAROLINE EARNEST CRS Student Ambassador Once November hit, Starbucks wasted no time switching out its white cups for festive red ones. It was out with the pumpkin and in with…

Doctor defends birth control alternative

CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor Gynecologist and self-proclaimed feminist Dr. Jean Golden-Tevald, M.D., defended the Catholic Church’s controversial stance on the birth control pill from a medical perspective at The University…

University to commemorate El Salvador martyrs

University to commemorate El Salvador martyrs

Michael Mazzuca Staff Writer The tragic murder of six Jesuit priests, their cook and the cook’s daughter in El Salvador during the Civil War occurred Nov. 19, 1989—25 years ago.…

Janus Particles play role in activating T cells

Activation imaged with quantitative fluorescence staining Erika Sarno Staff Writer A recent study conducted at Indiana University’s Department of Chemistry explored the potential use of Janus particles in T cell…

Highlight on research: Dmitro Martynowych

Highlight on research:  Dmitro Martynowych

Alex Haber Staff Writer When he is not dominating the racquetball courts, senior chemistry major Dmitro Martynowych is looking to the future with his research on complex indole and quinoline…

Probiotics promote digestive health

Scientific literature review supports probiotic use JESSIE KOERNER Staff Writer Probiotics have become increasingly popular in recent years when it comes to maintaining a healthy digestive system. According to a…

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