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University employee assaulted in DeNaples Center

CHRIS DOLAN STAFF WRITER A University employee is recovering after she was attacked in the DeNaples Center this morning. University Police Chief Don Bergmann said a non-student assaulted University Campus…

Women’s soccer garners NCAA bid

KYLE GAULE STAFF WRITER Players on The University’s women’s soccer team were ecstatic to learn that their team had earned an at-large bid in the NCAA Division III Tournament. After…

Swim teams recover from losses with big wins

ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER The University of Scranton’s swimming and diving teams came away with a victory Saturday after falling to Dickinson College Nov. 2. In a three-team swim meet,…

Lady Royals, Strong ready for success

CHRIS DOLAN STAFF WRITER Mike Strong, the head coach of The University’s women’s basketball team, goes into every season with a few specific goals in mind: win 20 games, the…

Royals once again favorites in Landmark

CHRIS DOLAN STAFF WRITER with six conference championships in his 12-year career as the men’s basketball head coach, Carl Danzig is ready for his seventh. In this season’s Landmark Conference…

Muharram marks beginning of new Islamic year

CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR Muharram marks the start of a new year in accordance with the Islamic calendar. Its timing depends upon the first sighting of the crescent of a…

Students find God in art

MEGAN MCCABE REFLECTION I was fortunate enough to attend the Art and Spirituality retreat this weekend. It is a one-night retreat, and it is designed to focus on the self.…

Harry Potter retreat enchants student

JOHN MAYER REFLECTION One might be hard-pressed to find a more rewarding faith experience than the Harry Potter Retreat, which took place Saturday and Sunday at Chapman Lake. Combining elements…

Reindeer eyes change color as holiday season approaches

ERIKA SARNO SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CORRESPONDENT Any child with an imagination can most certainly describe the legendary phenomenon of the color change that takes place in the olfactory organ of…

Logging out: balancing technology and life

COMMENTARY BY LOUIS BALZANI d technology are slowly taking over our lives. Desktops and laptops are more powerful and accessible than ever before. The smartphones in our pockets connect us…

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