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University names new swim team coach

RYAN DISDIER Sports Co-Editor The University announced Mark Yankovich has been hired as the new, full-time head coach for the swimming and diving teams. The hiring came after an extensive…

Athlete Spotlight: Keller McGurrin

RYAN DISDIER Sports Co-Editor Junior tennis player Keller McGurrin was named Landmark Conference Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week. The distinction came after McGurrin provided the Royals with strong play…

Student engagement with rec sports grows grogrwos

JILL WALL Sports Co-Editor With the Fall semester closing in on its midpoint, intramural sports at The University are in full swing. The fall intramural sports season offers students a…

Field hockey gaining momentum

MITCHELL DEMYTRK Staff Writer The University’s field hockey team netted a 6-1 victory Saturday against Moravian College. The team was looking to get back on the winning track, especially after…

Internship panel educates students

Jordan Reis Business Editor Internships are extremely important to securing a job. They serve as a dry run. Companies use an applicant’s internship history, either with its own company or…

Snapchat revolutionizes glasses

Antonio Nikolic Business Correspondent Snapchat is an instant messaging app that launched in September of 2011, and has gained enormous popularity around the world in a relatively short amount of…

Antimicrobial resistance threatens global health

Elizabeth Harasym Science & Tech Editor The human misuse of antimicrobial agents worldwide has led to the emergence of certain antibiotic-resistant microbes, otherwise known as superbugs. These superbugs pose a…

Ocean temperatures continue to rise

Alex Haber Staff Writer Record high temperatures in 2016 have set the year on track to be the hottest year on record, the third consecutive year to break the record.…

Clinton versus Trump on science

KATHLEEN HEALEY Staff Writer Though most voters cast their vote based on each presidential candidates’ stances on the economy, terrorism, health care, gun control and foreign policy, most fail to…

Could pirating be a good thing?

Commentary by KENNY LEAR Internet piracy is something that we have all come across at some point in our young adult lives. Whether it be that new album that just…

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