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Fencing sets for big event Saturday in the Byron

Fencing sets for big event Saturday in the Byron

SARA MYERS Staff Writer The Fencing Club will hold a tournament in the Byron Center. The tournament will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and feature a single-elimination…

Photo Story: Former coach Mike Strong honored at banquet

FORMER LADY Royals Head Coach Mike Strong poses with many current and former Lady Royals in the PNC Auditorium Feb. 20. Strong won a Division III women’s basketball coaching record…

Ian Evans wins 25 straight matches

Ian Evans wins 25 straight matches

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Staff Writer Ian Evans, a sophomore wrestler at The University from Laurys Station, has been dominating the Landmark Conference and is currently on a 25-match winning streak that…

Men’s basketball advances to finals after rubber-match win

Men’s basketball advances to finals after rubber-match win

MATTHEW BASARA Staff Writer After defeating Catholic University in the regular season finale Saturday, the Royals entered Wednesday night’s match-up as the number two seed facing the number three seed…

Lady Royals to play for conference crown

Lady Royals to play for conference crown

PAT CANDIDO CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI The women’s basketball team is playing its best basketball and is looking to continue this trend into the Landmark Conference championship game Saturday against Catholic University.…

Celebrating Adjunct Professors

Commentary by Amye Archer In late 2013, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an op-ed piece titled “Death of an Adjunct” which chronicled the plight of Margaret Mary Vojtko, an 83-year-old adjunct…

Jamie Brewer makes model history

Jamie Brewer makes model history

Breanna L. Forgione Brianna Lowry Staff Writers New York Fashion Week is one of the most highly anticipated events in the trendsetting industry. It is time when unique styles of…

Shamrockin’ for a Reason

Christine Talenti New Correspondent A flood of green T-shirts, shamrocks everywhere, and most importantly, University students and alumni gathered together— this can only mean one thing, Shamrockin’ Eve. This evening…

Daily email offers witty news briefs

Kathleen Healy Arts & Life Corresopondent Many professors and advisors have stressed the importance of reading a daily newspaper, not only to keep up-to-date on current events but also to improve…

Student, professor develop patent-pending solar tracker

KATHLEEN HESLIN Science & Tech Correspondent For some students, the story of their introduction to research begins with a search for a willing professor. For Nathan Williams, a junior electrical…

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