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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Climate Change Activism Inspires a New Club

Climate Change Activism Inspires a New Club at the U  By Edward Fargis – Staff Writer This summer, our planet had managed to break numerous records. No, not the fun records you read about in the Guinness Book, but records of heat.   Everywhere from California to Cornwall, record heat has been recorded, with a new […]

A New Club Welcomes the Discussion of Faith  

A New Club Welcomes the Discussion of Faith  By Kyra Krzywicki – Staff Writer A new club on campus will give students interested in exploring faith-based questions the opportunity to have discussions and build community with their peers.   The Faith and Reason Club, founded last semester by Christopher Hauser, who has a doctorate in philosophy, […]

Dean Expands on the Future of the Library

Dean Expands on the Future of the Library By: Luke Shannon | Sports Editor For this Q and A, I wanted to talk with someone who had a large pull in the direction the University of Scranton is headed in. Who better that someone who has served as a dean, professor, department chair and research […]

Sophomores Buhler, Dowling Lead Women’s Golf At Conferences

Sophomores Buhler, Dowling Lead Women’s Golf At Conferences By Luke Shannon | Sports Editor SCRANTON – The conference championship represents the end of many athletic seasons. For women’s golf Saturday and Sunday, it represented a look at the future. Sophomores Madalyne Buhler and Victoria Dowling led the way on championship weekend for the University of […]

Students Take Back The Night

Students Take Back The Night By Julia Gavigan 💜 | Copy Editor SCRANTON – A fierce wind ripped across the Dionne Green Thursday as students leapt over their tables to keep their boards, papers and stickers from flying into the Loyal Science Center. Despite the annoying weather and a biting cold, dedicated royals stood outside for […]