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Student reflects on journalism conference

Published: December 11, 2015 Updated: December 12, 2015 Commentary by JOE EVANS I attended a Society of Professional Journalists event in Boston last weekend. The event was a journalism boot camp. The…

Students reflect on charitable donations

Published: December 11, 2015 KAYLA SHEA News Editor Mallory Brayer is a first-year student studying biology in the pre-medical program at The University. When she was younger, Brayer attended a…

Review: ‘Brooklyn’ delivers captivating, heartfelt performances

Published: December 11, 2015 EMMA SILVA Arts & Life Editor  Released on Nov. 25, “Brooklyn” is a film based on a novel by Colm Toibin that follows the life of…

NFC East hits new low, remains wide-open

Published: December 11, 2015 RYAN DISDIER Sports Editor At The University, many students root for the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants on Sundays during football season. Unfortunately for Eagles…

Student frustrated with reserved space for finals week

Published: December 11, 2015 MATTHEW DEFRENZA Forum Editor Finals week is not anyone’s favorite time of year, but it is only made worse by the inundation of students to the…

Business Spotlight: Terra Preta

Business Spotlight: Terra Preta

Published: December 4, 2015 OLIVIA LEVINE Think working in a restaurant only consists of busing tables and serving food? Think again. There is so much more that goes into running…

Baseball players play for money not love of game

Baseball players play for money not love of game

Published: December 4, 2015 MATTHEW DEFRENZA Forum Editor The logo of the Boston Red Sox and pitcher David Price’s new team, which agreed to pay him $217 million over seven…

Scranton bars provided cultural center

Published: December 4, 2015 JOE EVANS Historian The bar scene in Scranton is one of the most popular things for students at The University. Every weekend massive amounts students flood…

Amplifying My Dream

Published: December 4, 2015 Narrative by BEJAY CHAKRABARTY I can hear the crowd cheering me on as I walk onto the stage. I feel excited with a sudden burst of…

Private Colleges Healthier than Public Ones, Study Finds

Published: December 4, 2015 PETER SHAVER News Correspondent Students at The University are often seen at the gym or school-sponsored wellness events. A recent study on the effects of institutional…

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