Climate Change Activism Inspires a New Club

Climate Change Activism Inspires a New Club at the U  By Edward Fargis – Staff Writer This summer, our planet had managed to break numerous records. No, not the fun records you read about in the Guinness Book, but records of heat.   Everywhere from California to Cornwall, record heat has been recorded, with a new […]

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 […]

Ever-Growing Tower Of Student Loan Debt

Ever-Growing Tower Of Student Loan Debt By Aiden Messet and James Murray | Staff Writers There is unlikely to be a single college student in our entire country who is not irked by the amount of debt they will soon find themselves in upon graduation. Student loan forgiveness has been a hot political topic of […]

TikTok Popularizes Utah Soda Routine

TikTok Popularizes Utah Soda Routine By Isabella Barberio | Staff Writer A soda trend is spreading across the United States due to its growing popularity on TikTok. TikTok has become the birthplace for new trends in our generation. Whether it’s whipped coffee or Emily Mariko’s salmon, rice, and ice bowl, we have learned fun variations to […]

Library Replaces Java City With Scranton Market

Library Replaces Java City With Scranton Market By James Leonard | News Editor The university is constructing a new food vendor for students offering 24/7 service. General Manager of Operations Joe Boyd said the university wanted to offer something fresh and new instead of rejuvenating the Weinberg Memorial Libraries Java City. “The library location was previously […]

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 […]

University Announces Commencement Speaker

University Announces Commencement Speaker By Kelly Nee | Managing Editor Rev. Herbert B. Keller, S.J. will be the commencement speaker for the university’s undergraduate graduation ceremony. The ceremony will take place at noon at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre. President Rev. Joseph Marina, S.J endorsed Father Keller as the commencement speaker. “Father Keller has dedicated his […]

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 […]

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 […]

Eric Smith: Who is he and what did he do?

Eric Smith: Who is he and what did he do? Isabella Barberio | Staff Writer Eric Smith was just 13 years old when he murdered 4-year-old Derrick Robie in Savona, New York. His story made national headlines and the jury unanimously found Smith guilty of second-degree murder. After luring Robie into the Steuben County woods, […]