A New Era of Business in the Post-Pandemic EconomyA New

A New Era of Business in the Post-Pandemic Economy By Ryan Hanley and Aiden Messett – Staff Writers Despite the highly apparent misfortunes that the pandemic has brought upon society, it is always beneficial, although difficult, to look on the bright side.   If there is one thing that history has taught us, it is that […]

President’s Business Council Raises $1.1 Million at Annual Dinner  

President’s Business Council Raises $1.1 Million at Annual Dinner   By Kyra Krzywicki  – Staff Writer The University of Scranton’s President’s Business Council raised over $1.1 million for the Presidential Scholarship endowment, honored distinguished guests for their commitment to the University and allowed current students to network with alumni at their recent 21st annual dinner.   Every year, […]

 PA Governor Bout: Shapiro v. Mastriano  

PA Governor Bout: Shapiro v. Mastriano  By Jackson Feiner – Staff Writer 2022 is full of elections across the country. On November 8 Pennsylvania voters will be heading to the polls to place their ballot.   Pennsylvania has two monumental elections coming up in November, the gubernatorial and Senate race.   Lackawanna county has three big elections […]

Teachers Union Wins First Contract In Five Years

Teachers Union Wins First Contract In Five Years By Alexander Nunez – Staff Writer The labor union representing the University of Scranton faculty has won a new contract five years after its most recent contract. The victory comes after negotiations were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The union, called the Faculty Affairs Council, is […]

International Fellows of the Army War College Visit Royal Cadets 

International Fellows of the Army War College Visit Royal Cadets  By Adelyne Ibanez – Contributor Each year, the cadets of the Royal Warrior ROTC Battalion have the honor of meeting the International Fellows of the Army War College (AWC). Those who have studied a language are invited to meet the senior officers in this prestigious school.   […]

Business: The Future of a Decentralized Network  

Business: The Future of a Decentralized Network   By Aiden Messett and Taylor Chiesa – Staff Writers When one thinks of cryptocurrency, perhaps the first image that comes to mind is the proverbial bitcoin or even a poorly pixelated picture of a monkey NFT. However, the exuberances displayed by participants of the 2021 crypto craze have […]

University Hosts Q&A Session With Brian Baumgarter  

University Hosts Q&A Session With Brian Baumgarter  By Julia Gavigan – Co-Managing Editor Excited students, staff and faculty of the University waited in the McIlhenny Ballroom of the DeNaples Center Sept. 15 as reels of The Office clips played on the two projector screens in the front of the room.   In a few minutes, Brian […]

Inflation: What is to Blame

Inflation: What is to Blame By Joseph Gale, Brooke Levengood, and Aiden Messett – Staff Writers Inflation has dominated the news as Americans continue to voice their concerns over the eroding value of their hard-earned wages. As the costs of rent, gasoline, food and retail goods continues to climb, many people are looking for a […]

Brian Baumgartner Comes to Campus

Brian Baumgartner Comes to Campus By Kelly Nee – Editor In Chief In an interview with Brian Baumgartner, the first thing he said was how he absolutely loves to back in the city of Scranton.   Baumgartner appeared on campus on Sept. 15 to celebrate the launch of his book, “Seriously Good Chili Cookbook – 177 […]

Explore Careers In Communications At Networking Event

Explore Careers In Communications At Networking Event By Isabella Barberio, Staff Writer Interested in a career in communications? Check out the annual Careers in Communications event, presented Friday by the Communications and Media Department. At this event students will have the opportunity to network with alumni who have landed successful careers in communications. The department […]