The U Prays for the Dead, Celebrates with the Living

The U Prays for the Dead, Celebrates with the Living By Kyra Krzywicki – Staff Writer Students gathered Oct. 29 to remember deceased loved ones, pray for those affected by social justice issues and to learn about Mexican culture at the seventh annual Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead celebration.   Bringing the decorations, […]

Culture, Community, and Catwalks at the International Fashion Show

Culture, Community, and Catwalks at the International Fashion Show By Isabella Barberio – Staff Writer Each year the University’s Asia Club and United Cultures Organization hosts the International Fashion Show. This event allows students to share and honor their culture and counties. Its also a way the student community supports local businesses that represent various […]

CAMPUS BUSTLING IN BUSINESS AS UNIVERSITY HOSTS OPEN HOUSE

Campus Bustling As University Hosts Open House By Phil Schoch – Staff Writer The University recently hosted an open house for interested students.  Not only does it give visitors and potentially new students a tour of the campus and its facilities, but it also brings new life to the University’s campus, which had just finished […]

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 – […]

WUSR Show Schedule Fall 2022 

WUSR Show Schedule Fall 2022 By Kelly Nee – Editor In Chief Interested in listening to a new station? Check out our university’s very own student-run radio station 99.5 WUSR. Here’s the full schedule:  Monday at 3 p.m. –  “Listening with Lola”   Monday at 5 p.m. – “Kiera and Libby”  Tuesday at 11 a.m. –  […]

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 […]

International Fellows of the Army War College Visit Royal Cadets 

International Fellows of the Army War College Visit Royal Cadets  By Adelyne Ibanez – Contributor Each year, the cadets of the Royal Warrior ROTC Battalion have the honor of meeting the International Fellows of the Army War College (AWC). Those who have studied a language are invited to meet the senior officers in this prestigious school.   […]

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 […]

 

Urban Beats Crew Plans Full Season, Seeks New Members   By Isabelle Barberio – Staff Writer “Beats on three!”    The empowering words chanted by Urban Beats Crew members the night before their performances echo throughout the dance studio. A group of dancers, some who have spent their life performing and some who picked up dance as […]