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Men’s soccer remains unbeaten

BY ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER The University’s men’s soccer team continues to impress early in the season. After yet another hard-fought 110 minutes of action, the Royals played Albright College…

Looking back: A history of Scranton football

BY CORY BURRELL SPORTS EDITOR “Undefeated since 1960.” Many Scranton students are familiar with this satirical T-shirt about Scranton’s now-defunct football team. Fewer people know about the long history behind…

Field hockey earns start of ages

BY EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR The University’s field hockey team left its mark in the record books Tuesday night, claiming the best start to a season in the team’s history.…

Authors speak about homelessness

BY ELIANA SAKS STAFF WRITER Former New York Times reporter Tina Kelley and president of Covenant House Kevin Ryan spoke Thursday in a lecture aimed at first-year students to promote…

Michael Mulhall memorial 5K scheduled for October 5

BY LAUREN GIUNTA NEWS CORRESPONDENT Friends, family and the Scranton community will honor the life of a University alumnus at the second annual Michael Mulhall 5K run/ walk in October.…

Professor presents at international philosophy conference

BY LAURA FAY NEWS EDITOR A University professor discussed great philosophers while walking in their footsteps and exploring their city this summer. Richard Klonoski, Ph.D., of the philosophy department, presented…

Journalist provides industry tips to University students

BY COLLEEN DAY MANAGING EDITOR More than 50 students packed Loyola Science Center classroom to hear Tina Kelley, journalist of 23 years and author of “Almost Home,” discuss her career…

Provost to return to classroom

BY CHRISTINA SCULLY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Vice President for Academic Affairs of The University Harold W. Baillie, Ph.D., will step down from his position effective Feb. 1, 2014. The University community received…

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