First Uganda Trip Since Coronavirus Cancelled Due to Ebola

First Uganda Trip Since Coronavirus Cancelled Due to Ebola By Kyra Krzywicki – Staff Writer The theology department recently canceled its annual intersession trip to Uganda because of an Ebola outbreak in the country.  The decision comes after two years of coronavirus related cancellations, leaving at least three senior classes without the opportunity to take […]

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 […]

A Ukrainian native tells their story

A Ukrainian native tells their story  By Ashley Burdick | Graphics/Website Editor It seemed like a normal Thursday morning for Olia Lomakina of Kharkiv, Ukraine until she woke up from a deep sleep to the sounds of shelling. On February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine. Lomakina heard loud shelling out of her bedroom window early in the […]

Scranton Hopeful For Summer Study Abroad

by Kelly Nee | Managing Editor SCRANTON – Associate Director of the Office of Global Education Kara Bishop said University of Scranton students are not permitted to study abroad in most major locations during the spring 2021 semester. All students who had a study abroad trip planned for spring 2021 have been asked to reschedule to a later […]