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FACULTY CALL FOR REFORM

Provost: Sexual harassment policy revised to improve, clarify procedures Some faculty concerned about Title IX issues, sexual harassment policy CHRISTINA SCULLY COLLEEN DAY LAURA FAY JUSTIN DWYER A new policy…

New building on the block

JUSTIN DWYER NEWS EDITOR The University unveiled details Thursday for a new building that will house the Panuska College of Professional Studies. The116,000-square-foot building will be located on the corner…

Field hockey overcomes Drew in OT thriller

CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI STAFF WRITER The field hockey team had been stymied two years in a row against Drew University come playoff time. This year the Royals would take the upper…

Women’s soccer one win from title

EMMA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR A 1-1 draw after double overtime landed the women’s soccer team the first place seed in the Landmark Conference playoffs. Senior goalkeeper Kelsy McAnelly had four…

Royals harriers take second, fifth at conferences

ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER University’s women’s cross country team finished in the top 10 to earn Scranton a second place finish in the Landmark Conference Championships in Washington, D.C., Saturday.…

Volleyball advance in playoffs against Moravian

CORY BURRELL SPORTS EDITOR The regular season ended for The University’s volleyball team, but its late-season hot streak is still strong. The Royals defeated Moravian College 3-1 in the first…

Men’s soccer playoff hopes end on senior day

RYAN GAULE SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The University’s men’s soccer dropped its match to the Catholic University Cardinals 1-0 Saturday, ultimately dooming its playoff hopes. The game was a defensive affair on…

Adoration offered in chapel

MARISA KRAVATZ FAITH CORRESPONDENT When people think of prayer, so many different thoughts can come to mind because there are countless ways to pray; however, a new form of prayer…

Student researches women in faith

CAILIN POTAMI FAITH EDITOR A University student plans to depict the role women play in various religious traditions at this year’s Festival of Nations. Junior Andrew Mailen has begun work…

More Catholic men interested in entering priesthood

DON FENOCCHI FAITH CORRESPONDENT After years of worrisome trends showing that the numbers of priests are declining, there is now a very encouraging sign for the Catholic Church. The number…