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University student practices alternative faith

BY CALIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR The Oneness Movement is a meditation-based faith tradition which began in India in the 1980s. To graduate student Gloria Elizondo, it acts as a way…

University changes Sunday Mass schedule

BY EMILY GIANNELLI FAITH CORRESPONDENT Campus Ministry has decided to do away with the Sunday 9:30 p.m. Mass. As of the start of this semester, the Sunday Mass options include…

Pope speaks about acceptance

BY SARAH BECKLEY FAITH CORRESPONDENT Pope Francis believes the church should not interfere in the spiritual lives of gays and lesbians. In an interview released by America Magazine on Sept.…

Flu vaccine progresses

BY TYLER FENSTERMAKER SCIENCE & TECH CORRESPONDENT Researchers in the United Kingdom are making progress in developing a universal flu vaccine. The problem in developing a vaccine has been because…

BlackBerry faces huge losses

BY LOUIS BALZANI SCIENCE & TECH STAFF WRITER Telecommunication company BlackBerry has suffered a slow and prolonged decline over the past few years, and the Canadian company has done little…

Kania School to host U-Chicago economist

BY DANIEL MASSARI BUSINESS WRITER The speaker for the 28th Annual Henry George Lecture is John List, Ph.D., Homer J. Livingston professor of economics at the University of Chicago. The…

KSOM faculty go above and beyond for students

COMMENTARY BY: JOSEPH W. BRUZZESI The Kania School of Management’s (KSOM) administration and President’s Business Council have developed a great synergy in offering practical learning and networking opportunities for students.…

KSOM continues improving with executive in residence programs

BY JOSEPH W. BRUZZESI BUSINESS EDITOR A group of prospective students were touring The Kania School of Management (KSOM) Monday and took a quick look into the daily life of…

‘39 Steps’ leaves audience laughing

BY RUTH DAVID ARTS & LIFE CORRESPONDENT “The 39 Steps” is a British thriller/comedy novel by John Buchan that rose to fame when it was adapted to the big screen…

‘Prisoners’ puts audience on emotional rollercoaster

BY EMILY CARPENTER ARTS & LIFE CORRESPONDENT Going to the movies is probably one of my favorite things to do in NEPA. In an area where the weather is unpredictable…

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