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 […]

Scranton Dubbed Allergy Capital Of The United States

Scranton Dubbed Allergy Capital Of The United States By Jackson Feiner | Staff Writer SCRANTON – Spring is in the air. It’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer, the flowers are coming in and the leaves are returning to the trees. For those of us with seasonal allergies, this can be the worst time of the […]

The Weinberg Memorial Library To Reward Student Scholars

The Weinberg Memorial Library To Reward Student Scholars By Phil Rauch | Editor in Chief The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Memorial Library will be presenting awards to student scholars who submit research projects to their database. The intention of the award is to highlight student scholarly excellence in research using the library in particular. The […]

Women’s History Month At The Aquinas

Women’s History Month At The Aquinas Just because Women’s History Month has ended, doesn’t mean its enduring legacy ends after March! Here is a video, courtesy of contributors Bella Barberio and Paul Kuipers. Please watch this Women’s History Month video here!

Upcoming Ethics Seminar On Campus

Upcoming Ethics Seminar On Campus By Kelly Nee | Managing Editor The Center for Ethics and Excellence in Public Service is hosting a conference on Saturday, April 9. This Inaugural Conference on Ethics and Excellence in public service will take place in Brennan Hall between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Between 8 and 9 a.m. there will […]

Scranton Alumnus Writes Book On Kennedy Progenitors

Scranton Alumnus Writes Book On Kennedy Progenitors By Phil Rauch | Editor in Chief Neal Thompson, University of Scranton alumnus (‘87), wrote his sixth book on the immigrant Kennedy progenitors, Bridget Murphy and Patrick Kennedy. They were the great grandparents of the famous John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Teddy Kennedy. They were the […]

Words Can Hurt People

Words Can Hurt People By: Fidelis Osuoha | Contributor On Mar. 27, 2022, the Academy Awards were held at the Dolby Theatre, and they were broadcasted on ABC. During the Oscars, Will Smith went up on stage and slapped Chris Rock in the face. This was after Rock made a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada, […]

Her Excellency Bergdis Ellertsdóttir visits the University of Scranton

Her Excellency Bergdis Ellertsdóttir visits the University of Scranton On Tuesday, Ambassador of Iceland to the United States Bergdís Ellertsdóttir paid a visit to the University of Scranton.  Ellertsdottir attended the event along with Fullbright Scholar Jay Nathan and Icelandic violinist Eva Ingolfsdóttir. Ellertsdóttir said that this was the first time she had ever visited […]