Nine Adventures within Walking Distance of the University

Nine Adventures within Walking Distance of the University By Edward Fargis | Staff Writer Scranton is a large city, and one perfect for a student with a slow weekend. Even if you don’t have your own car or time to use an Uber, here are some adventures within walking distance of the University. A semester […]

Royals Enjoy Montage Mountain

Royals Enjoy Montage Mountain By James Leonard | News Editor SCRANTON – University students are a short drive away from one of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s biggest attractions. Located at 1000 Montage Mountain Road, just off Interstate 81, exit 182 is Montage Mountain Ski Resorts. Offering over 27 trails for skiers, snowboarders and even tubers to choose […]

The Meaning of Valentine’s Day

The Meaning of Valentine’s Day By Ashley M. Burdick | Online Editor People often ask themselves, what is the meaning of Valentine’s Day? Valentine’s Day is an international and significant celebration of love amongst family, friends and loved ones. No matter the location, people from all over the world are celebrating this holiday in unision. […]

How Do Royals Celebrate Valentine’s Day?

How Do Royals Celebrate Valentine’s Day? By Phil Rauch | Editor in Chief Valentine’s Day means many different things to many different people. Some people love Valentine’s Day, some people hate it. It’s definitely somewhat of a controversial holiday. A lot of people associate Valentine’s Day with exclusively romantic love, or love that’s involved in […]

Dr. Ben Bishop’s Students Respond

Dr. Ben Bishop’s Students Respond By: Phil Rauch | Editor in Chief Editor’s Note: In last week’s print edition, the final quote from Tim Gallagher was made in reference to a group meeting the students had with Dean Maldonado. Dean Maldonado and Tim Gallagher never met individually.  Dr. Ben Bishop, a computer science professor, has […]

Glynis Johns Embarks On Black Scranton Project

Glynis Johns Embarks Black Scranton Project by Jackson F. Feiner | Staff Writer Following up with last week’s story about the students of Dr Levy’s HIST190 course, who are currently undertaking a monumental research project about the Black history of the university. I followed up with Glynis Johns, the founder/CEO of the Black Scranton Project, […]

Scranton Student and Partners Create ‘All In One’ College Social

Scranton Student and Partners Create ‘All In One’ College Social Media App ‘FuzeMee’ By: Phil Rauch | Editor in Chief SCRANTON, PA-University of Scranton sophomore Patrick Kelly has teamed up with friends Jon Krouse (Wake Forest), David Graham (Ohio State), and Chris Tsetsekos (Tufts) to create college social media app called “FuzeMee.” The main goal […]

Everhart Museum: A Gem of Scranton Unnoticed

Everhart Museum: A Gem of Scranton Unnoticed By: James Leonard | Staff Writer Many students at the university may be unaware that there is a full-fledged museum only a few minutes’ walk from campus.  The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art is located on the left-hand side upon entering Nay Aug Park via the entrance at the top of Mulberry Street.  The museum has […]

What Does a Pandemic Parade Day Look Like?

What Does a Pandemic Parade Day Look Like? Parade Day, March 13, 2021, Clay Avenue, Scranton PA by Gabriela Fitzpatrick | Staff Writer SCRANTON — Scranton’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade — or “Parade Day,” as it is so affectionately known to many — was postponed until September this year, but University of Scranton student […]

University of Scranton Social Media Agency Connects Campus to City

University of Scranton Social Media Agency Connects Campus to City by Maggie Westerman | Staff Writer SCRANTON — A University of Scranton media company is taking Scranton by storm, both on and off campus. The student-run Mulberry Media launched when Brian Snee, Ph.D., approached members of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) with […]