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University welcomes new campus minister

BY CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR New Campus Minister Fred Mercadante hopes to be a welcoming presence to students all over campus. After working in ministry for college students in South…

Discernment benefits daily life

BY EMILY GIANNELLI STAFF WRITER REFLECTON Discernment… what is it? Personally, I have mainly heard the word used in a religious context. The word “discernment”often describes the process individuals use…

Women’s soccer jumps above .500 after weekend showdown

BY CARMINE GERRITY-GERMEI STAFF WRITER The women’s soccer team’s offense started the season slow, but the team finally found its groove Saturday and showed promise for the rest of the…

Men’s soccer still undefeated

BY ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER Leadership from the core members of last year’s elite eight team continues to be the answer for The University’s men’s soccer team. After earning a…

Volleyball falters at Neumann

BY JUSTIN DWYER SPORTS EDITOR The University’s volleyball team had a tough weekend at the Neumann Invitational in Aston, Pa. The Royals (4-10) dropped a pair of matches Friday in…

Field hockey off to historic start: team’s 5-0 start best since ‘98

BY EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR The Royals field hockey team is off to its best start since 1998. The team is undefeated five games into the season. Although King’s College…

Fania facilitates potent offense

BY JUSTIN DWYER SPORTS EDITOR Junior field hockey player Alyssa Fania never imagined herself playing the sport in college. Now, she is a vital member of the team and the…

From The Aquinas Archives: St. Thomas Hall becomes a reality for the U. of S.

UNKNOWN AUTHOR Welcome to Saint Thomas Hall! Beautiful; functional in every detail – it is, at once, an educator’s dream and a monument to the people of this area who…

Leahy Hall demolition begins

BY ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER Construction of the new rehabilitation center began Monday, according to an official email released by The University. The first step is to demolish Leahy Hall.…

Reaction to Castro’s death

COMMENTARY BY: ERIN MCCORMICK It is a strange thing when someone dies. Generally, people mourn and find themselves saddened or depressed. That is not always the case, though. Ariel Castro…