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‘Godspell’ impresses audience

LAURA FAY NEW EDITOR EMERITUS The Liva Arts Company performed “Godspell” Nov. 7-10. This was the first time the club put on a show in the Elm Park United Methodist…

EmberFx releases album

FERNANDO BORREGO STAFF WRITER Electronic pop band EmberFx is rising to the top with the release of its second album, “Lights and Action.” The two singles, “What aren’t we going…

Prioritizing mental health

COMMENTARY BY SARAH TIANO The majority of students here at The University hold the privilege of being able to seek health care when necessary. When flu season arrives, students take…

Hookup culture needs reform

COMMENTARY BY KAREN MENNELLA The infamous hookup culture is tainting our generation’s sense of love. We crave connections with other people, but we turn to the wrong places to satisfy…

Response to last week’s Letter to the Editor

COMMENTARY BY RYAN CAVISTON I’m a liberal, or as Rev. Sweeney from the political science department once told me, a borderline socialist. Social issues are particularly important to me; I…

Humanities education still necessary in modern world

COMMENTARY BY SARAH MUELLER Do you know how many times I have been told that my major is not important? That I will not make any money — that is,…

Wendy Davis declares herself ‘pro-life’

COMMENTARY BY ERIN McCORMICK One of the candidates for the 2014 Texas gubernatorial election spoke out in a way that turned some heads Nov. 5. “I am pro-life,” Sen. Wendy…

Student help at Healthy Hoops

FERNANDO BORREGO STAFF WRITER Several University students will be leaving Scranton for the Big Apple Saturday. USPB is organizing the trip and has sold tickets for the Broadway play, “First…

University community honors veterans

JUSTIN DWYER NEWS EDITOR To honor those who have served our country, members of The University organized a Veterans Day luncheon and presentation Monday in the McIlhenny Ballroom. Veterans Advocacy…

Professors combine math with art

CORRINE DIGIOVINE STAFF WRITER Students have no need to fear over the dreaded math class required for the general education curriculum. Anthony Ferzola, Ph.D., of the math department, and Josephine…