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Wigging out

SATIRE BY JAMES WALSH Nicki Minaj has gotten herself into one hairy situation. The Bratz doll-turned-rap sensation is being sued for an upward of $30 million for the heinous crime…

Gay rights victory in Arizona

COMMENTARY BY RYAN CAVISTON In a proud victory for gay rights activists across the country, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed controversial SB1062, which would allow business owners to deny services…

Loyola Marymount professor speaks about Women’s History

ELIANA SAKS STAFF WRITER The Asian Studies program along with the Jane Kopas Women’s Center at The University sponsored guest speaker Robin Wang, Ph.D. Tuesday March 4 at 7pm in…

Airboarding invades Montage

Local winter destination one of seven resorts in the nation to offer extreme sport CORRINE DIGOVINE STAFF WRITER       This winter has been long and drawn out. While…

From Taiwan to Scranton

JUSTIN DWYER NEWS EDITOR Exchange student Shung-yu Tsai left his family last August and made the long journey to The University. Without much knowledge of how life would be in…

Party like it’s 2009: Men,women clinch conference titles

Party like it’s 2009: Men,women clinch conference titles

Lady Royals maul Moravian ERIC HURD WEB MANAGER Last season, after falling in the Landmark Conference championship game, The University’s women’s basketball team was forced to wait and see if…

Party like it’s 2009: Men, women clinch conference titles

Royals squash Susquehanna CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI STAFF WRITER The men’s basketball team defeated Susquehanna University 71-56 Saturday in the John J. Long Center to win the Landmark Conference Championship. This is…

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