Gerry Zaboski Explains High Tuition and Financial Aid

Gerry Zaboski Explains High Tuition and Financial Aid By Jackson Feiner | Staff Writer SCRANTON – Attending The University of Scranton provides a unique experience that many other institutions don’t provide, but it can come with a heavy financial burden. The total direct cost (which means not including financial aid, scholarships or grants) to attend the […]

Clothesline for Men Offers Volunteering Opportunities

Clothesline for Men Offers Volunteering Opportunities By James Leonard | News Editor SCRANTON – University students are within feet from a new volunteering opportunity. The Clothesline For Men is a satellite of Scranton’s Friends Of The Poor initiative where individuals can come and pick out clothing and hygienic supplies to use to get back into […]

Dr. Reavy Tribute

Dr. Reavy Tribute A tribute to Dr. Reavy, our beloved advisor and mentor.

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 […]

University of Scranton Marks One Year Since Start of Online

University of Scranton Marks One Year Since Start of Online Learning by Kelsey Wynn | Editor in Chief SCRANTON – Today marks one year since the start of the University of Scranton’s 2020 spring break, when students who had planned on departing the Hill Section for beach trips or much-needed breaks got more than they […]

City of Scranton Introducing Rent, Mortgage Assistance to City Residents

City of Scranton Introducing Rent, Mortgage Assistance to City Residents Adversely Impacted by COVID-19 By: Phil Rauch | Managing Editor The City of Scranton is going to be providing rent and mortgage assistance to citizens struggling to pay during COVID-19 shutdowns that have caused business closures, loss of income, and shortened work hours. According to […]

This Week In Aquinas History

This Week In Aquinas History By Kelsey Wynn | Editor in Chief SCRANTON — The University of Scranton Archives and Helen Gallagher McHugh Special Collections at the Weinberg Memorial Library maintains a database of collected and preserved documents, publications, photographs, books and other material it deems of historical value. The archives offer digitized portable document formats (pdf) […]

Walk Through Not-So-Distant Civil Rights History

Walk Through Not-So-Distant Civil Rights History by James Leonard | Staff Writer SCRANTON — The youngest person to walk with Martin Luther King Jr. shared her experiences with students, faculty and the Scranton community. Civil Rights activist and author Lynda Blackmon Lowry participated in the Selma Marches in Alabama throughout March of 1965. “If you […]

Board Of Trustees Unanimously Approves New President: Rev. Joseph G.

Board Of Trustees Unanimously Approves New President: Rev. Joseph G. Marina, S.J. The chair of The University of Scranton’s Board of Trustees announced Rev. Joseph G. Marina, S.J., provost and vice president for academic affairs at Le Moyne College, will serve as Scranton’s 28thpresident beginning this summer. by Kelsey Wynn | Editor in Chief SCRANTON […]

Pennsylvania Native, CrossFit CEO Named On Positive Impact List

Pennsylvania Native, CrossFit CEO Named On Positive Impact List by Kelly Nee | Managing Editor SCRANTON – BarBend, a media company for strength sports news, has released a comprehensive list of 20 sports personalities that have positively impacted the industry, including Pennsylvania native Eric Roza, who is the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CrossFit. Almost five years […]