Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner Performs at Houlihan-McLean Center

Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner Performs at Houlihan-McLean Center By Samantha Sonnie – Staff Writer Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner, an award-winning pianist, visited The University of Scranton to perform a collection of songs. On October 23, 2022 at the Houlihan-McLean Center, Llewellyn performed for Scranton students, local residents and fans.   Sanchez-Werner’s ability is reflected by his accredited performance venues and […]

Liva Performs Musical Rent

Liva Performs Musical Rent By Isabella Barberio – Staff Writer Look out for these stars on stage! Maura Taylor – Senior – playing Joanne Jefferson  Amanda Lamphere – Senior – playing Maureen Johnson  Julia Mancuso – Senior – playing Mimi Marquez  Ethan Connors – Junior – playing Angel Dumott Schnuard   Robert Correas-Rivera – Junior – […]

The U Celebrates Jewish Holiday 

The U Celebrates Jewish Holiday By Kyra Krzywicki – Staff Writer  You might have noticed a large tent-like structure in front of the DeNaples Center between Oct. 11 and 13.  The wooden shelter you saw is known as a Sukkah, a temporary dwelling built to celebrate Sukkot, which is a Jewish holiday celebrated for a […]

Will you vote and why? Campus weighs in on voting

Will you vote and why? Campus weighs in on voting and issues ahead of Nov. 8 elections Nov. 8 is Election Day. Students in COMM 384: Digital Media: The Aquinas asked people on campus whether they vote or plan to vote, as well as what they think is the most important issue facing voters. Aidan […]

UPSB Midnight Madness

UPSB Midnight Madness By Victoria Scruse – Staff Writer Before diving into the UPSB Event Midnight Madness, let me first give you some insight on how it all began.   In 1992, Midnight Madness was held for the first time as a late-night studying break during the final week of exams. Since then, the tradition continued […]

President’s Business Council Raises $1.1 Million at Annual Dinner  

President’s Business Council Raises $1.1 Million at Annual Dinner   By Kyra Krzywicki  – Staff Writer The University of Scranton’s President’s Business Council raised over $1.1 million for the Presidential Scholarship endowment, honored distinguished guests for their commitment to the University and allowed current students to network with alumni at their recent 21st annual dinner.   Every year, […]

University Maintains Flexible COVID-19 Policy

University Maintains Flexible COVID-19 Policy By Alexander Nunez – Staff Writer The university is continuing its flexible COVID-19 policy for the current fall semester to better adapt to potential outbreaks in the future. The current policies set forth by the administration include optional masking, isolation at home, and a new monkeypox policy.  The university is […]

Students and Faculty Prepare for Fantasy Football Season

Students and Faculty Prepare for Fantasy Football Season By Phil Schoch – Staff Writer As the fall semester kicks off for the university, an even more important season begins for some people in the university’s community – that being fantasy football.  That’s right, the reason some people scream at their TVs, sometimes rooting against their […]

Performance Music to Host Piano Recital

Performance Music to Host Piano Recital By Kelly Nee – Editor In Chief Performance Music here at the university will host the piano recital of Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner on Sunday, Oct. 23. The performance begins in the Houlihan-McLean Center at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and seating is on a first-come basis. For further information on […]

Coming Out from Scranton’s Coming Out Day 

Coming Out from Scranton’s Coming Out Day  By Edward Fargis – Staff Writer This Thursday, I attended the S.A.F.E. Foundation’s Coming Out Day event in Collegiate Hall. While it was a small, quaint event, it made up for in liveliness. It was a nice break in between the constant studying of midterms and a few smaller […]