Top Five Surprising Facts About the Party Scene on Campus

Top Five Surprising Facts About the Party Scene on Campus in the 60s and 70s  By Julia Gavigan – Co-Managing-Editor SCRANTON – The United States in the 1960s and 1970s was a tumultuous time in which people were swept up in the Anti-Vietnam war movement, the Civil Rights movement and the second wave of feminism. […]

Students Share Their Experience in South Korea 

Students Share Their Experience in South Korea  By Ashley Burdick – Staff Writer Students studying abroad in South Korea during the summer visited the border with North Korea as well as a variety of training sites and the South Korean Supreme Court.   Sinchul Back, Ph.D., Michael Jenkins, Ph.D. and nine students stayed in Seoul, South […]

Scranton Volleyball Takes Trip to Texas 

Scranton Volleyball Takes Trip to Texas  By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing-Editor Scranton Volleyball is taking a road trip to Texas to compete in the Trinity Invitation in San Antonio, Texas.   The Royals, who clinched an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament, look to replicate that behind the offensive attack in senior Caleigh Cox and junior Stephanie […]

Students Provide Advice for First Years 

Students Provide Advice for First Years By Samantha Sonnie – Staff Writer   Moving away from home to a new environment is no doubt difficult. It is challenging to overcome the negative or overwhelming thoughts that are influenced by the sudden change.  Adjusting to the college lifestyle can be easier for some than others, but it […]

Athletics Department Releases Royal Vision Podcast 

Athletics Department Releases Royal Vision Podcast  By Bryson Eldridge  – Co-Managing-Editor Hosted by Sports Information Director Joe Fitzhenry, and directed by Asst. Sports Information Director ZJ Morse, the podcast will air every Thursday and will feature one of the athletes of the week.  The Scranton Athletics Department produces a new podcast with the purpose to promote […]

Royals Lead Scranton Field Hockey to Overtime Wins  

Royals Lead Scranton Field Hockey to Overtime Wins   By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing-Editor Scranton Field Hockey wins the first two home games in thrilling fashion behind overtime heroics by Katie Redding and Reagan Dolan.   Fresh off a NCAA Sweet 16 appearance and Landmark championship, the revamped Royals look to continue their success.  In the home opener, […]

Newcomers Lifts Men’s Soccer to Hot Start

Newcomers Lifts Men’s Soccer to Hot Start By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing-Editor Scranton men’s soccer retooled offense behind a mix of newcomers and returners has propelled them off to a hot start.   The Royals are 3-1-1 starting almost matching the win total last year of four. The reason for this is the revamped offensive attack.   […]

Liva Arts Company Starts Production on Fall Show 

Liva Arts Company Starts Production on Fall Show  By Isabella Barberio – Social Media Manager The hallway leading to the audition room was a sea of nervous faces. Whispering song lyrics to themselves, the nerves of the performers filled the air. Returning members of Liva Arts Company tried their best to ease the anxieties of […]

First Floor Hours Back to Normal

First Floor Hours Back to Normal By Phillip Schoch – Staff Writer Student favorites such as Which Wich, Pizza and Pasta, Chick-fil-A and Zoca are available during late-night again after the DeNaples Center’s first-floor food court expanded its hours.   Last school year, only Grille Works and Chick-fil-A were consistently open for late-night. Joseph Boyd, the […]

Food & Fire BBQ – Taphouse Experience 

Food & Fire BBQ – Taphouse Experience  By Leandria Hercules – Staff Writer The savory aroma of smoked meat instantly fires at you as you pass through the black double doors of Food & Fire BBQ – Taphouse.  The Moosic restaurant that specializes in authentic barbecue was created by Binghamton, New York-area partners Jeff Tiderencel, Dan […]