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5 Halloween Costumes You Will Definitely See This Weekend

Commentary by Lauren Aarchibald 2016 has been a year filled with excitement, drama and memorable moments that have dominated the headlines. As always, the most popular events of the year…

Clash with rival Catholic University looms on horizon

Katherine McVeagh Sports Co-Editor The Catholic University of America and The University are quite similar. Both are Roman-Catholic affiliated, have a similar student body size and boast successful athletic programs.…

University student defends Odell Beckham Jr.’s actions

Commentary By Ryan Disdier New York Giants’ star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s popularity ranks in the upper echelon of the NFL. He brings a superstar aura with him every…

University volleyball team hosts ‘Gold Game’

University volleyball team hosts ‘Gold Game’

Jill Wall Sports Co-Editor The University’s women’s volleyball team held its second annual “Gold Game” to raise awareness for pediatric cancer Wednesday night. Senior Bailey Woods explained why the volleyball…

Athlete Spotlight: Hannah DeMars

Jill Wall Sports Co-Editor Junior Hannah DeMars of The University’s women’s soccer team was named Athlete of the Week after helping the Royals clinch a top-seeded playoff spot in the…

31st Henry George lecture

Eliana Saks Editor-in-Chief Famous labor economist David Card, Ph.D. will speak at The University Tuesday for the 31st annual Henry George Lecture. Card is the director of the labor studies…

Australians celebrate first halloween

Antonio Nikolic Business Correspondent Australia will be hitting its highest peak when it comes to Halloween spending this year. Australian culture has never seen Halloween as a holiday, but rather…

Meet the Jesuits: Rick Malloy, S.J.

Lauren McKeown Staff Writer The Rev. Dr. Rick Malloy, S.J., is The University’s chaplain and a professor of sociology and cultural anthropology. Malloy is from Philadelphia, but moved to Scranton…

Student highlights St. Nicholas’ Orthodox Church

Commentary by Nora Backus In today’s culturally diverse world, students are often curious about other religions and religious rites. The desire to learn about these subjects, however, is frequently ignored.…

Byzantine liturgies to be restored in Ciszek

Byzantine liturgies to be restored in Ciszek

Sara Myers Faith Editor University professors and visiting priests will host Byzantine divine liturgies weekly in the Byzantine chapel in Ciszek Hall starting on Nov. 7. Since it was built…

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