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Women’s tennis team off to fast start

Published: September 25, 2015 GABRIELLE FLETCHER Sports Correspondent The University’s tennis team’s official season does not they have dominated the courts in the exhibition fall season. With five wins and…

NFL preview of most popular teams at Scranton

NFL preview of most popular teams at Scranton

Published: September 25, 2015 Commentary by MATT MCGOVERN NFL football is back, and the fans on campus are mostly distraught after week two. There was a survey conducted amongst forty-one…

Golf team hoping momentum continues

Published: September 25, 2015 RYAN DISDIER Sports Editor As the weather gets colder, The University golf team’s desire to succeed burns. The golf team continued its impressive start last weekend,…

Club rugby team holds annual Pink Game

Published: September 25, 2015 MIKE DOMBROSKI Sports Correspondent This weekend, the Scranton Norsemen club rugby team looked to bounce back from a heartbreaking loss to Lehigh University with a regular…

International Service Program embraces new coordinator

International Service Program embraces new coordinator

Published: September 25, 2015 MICHAEL MAZZUCA Staff Writer As students returned to campus, Barbara King moved into a new office as the new International Service Program Coordinator. King has worked…

University celebrates Pope Francis’ U.S. visit

Published: September 25, 2015 MARIE MACTIGUE Faith Correspondent On the morning of Sept. 24, history will be made during Pope Francis’ address to the United States Congress in Washington, DC.…

Dorothy Day lecture series to tackle social justice issues

Published: September 25, 2015 CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor The University, in conjunction with Marywood University, will host the Dorothy Day Conference to celebrate the life of the Catholic activist 35…

Music aids studying

Published: September 25, 2015 CATHERINE MURRAY Science & Tech Staff Writer Have you ever thought about how listening to music while studying affects the way you are able to process…

Study explores student learning

Taking notes by hand increases memory retention Published: September 25, 2015 ALEX HABER Science & Tech Editor The use of technology in classrooms has sparked debate over whether or not…

Musto and O’Neill explore olfactory cells

Musto and O’Neill explore olfactory cells

Published: September 25, 2015 ANNE KENNEDY Science & Tech Correspondent Senior BCMB majors Grace O’Neill and Christa Musto conduct research with George Gomez, Ph.D., in biology. They are currently studying the…

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