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Everhart Museum Ever Hopeful Following Successful Reopening

The Everhart Museum reopened on Saturday, Sept. 5 after nearly six months of being closed to the public due to COVID-19. via Jeffrey from Dunmore. by Kelsey Wynn | Editor in Chief SCRANTON – The Everhart Museum will host a virtual exhibit opening for its new exhibit “Eyes on America” on Oct. 8, following a […]

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Ridge Row Roadwork Hits Temporary Roadblock

A construction worker preparing a drill near the Ridge Row site. by Ann Siock | Staff Writer Roadwork limiting access to the University’s Ridge Row parking lot had been scheduled to end this week but could be delayed another one to two weeks while crews make emergency repairs to a nearby sewer main. Crews were […]

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Two Weeks of Remote Learning to Begin Sept. 16

by Kelly Nee | Managing Editor SCRANTON – The University will pause in-person classes for a period of two weeks, beginning Sept. 16 and ending Sept. 30, University President Father Scott Pilarz, S.J., announced today. All students are expected to attend their regularly scheduled in-person classes on Monday and Tuesday of next week. Most classes […]

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Biden Adds Hometown Town Hall to Campaign Trail

by Kelsey Wynn | Editor in Chief SCRANTON – Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden will return to his hometown of Scranton for a town hall next week, CNN announced Thursday. The town hall will air at 8 p.m. ET Thursday, Sept. 17 on several digital steaming and listening CNN platforms, including CNN en Español, CNN […]

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Pick Your Favorite: Scranton Edition

by Kelly Nee  |  Managing Editor SCRANTON – University of Scranton students voted for their favorite on- and off-campus spots through a series of polls on The Aquinas’ Sept 8 Instagram story. Here are the results: Chick-Fil-A vs. Which Wich Chick Fil A wins the first poll! The fast food chain gets 99 votes compared […]

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DeNaples Introduces Mobile Dining Den

From left: students Rebecca Brennan and Bridget Warren visit the new Wolves’ Den food truck outside the DeNaples Center. by James Leonard | Staff Writer SCRANTON – Students returning to campus this semester might have noticed a new addition to the DeNaples Center patio – their very own food truck. The new Wolves’ Den truck […]

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Comforts and Caveats of Commuting

Many commuters such as Andrew Faulkner, sophomore accounting major from Avoca, and Alana Siock, senior French and international studies double major from Jefferson Township, use on-campus jobs at places like the bookstore to keep busy between classes and stay involved on campus. by Ann Siock | Staff Writer SCRANTON – Commuters at the University say […]

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Scranton Community Shows Support for President Pilarz

by Maggie Westerman | Staff Writer SCRANTON – When the University’s 27th president, Father Scott Pilarz, S.J., announced last month that he would be stepping at the end of this academic year, students were quick to share the University’s Instagram post with words of love and support for the president. One group of students decided […]