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TBTN: Giving a voice to voiceless

COMMENTARY BY SARAH MUELLER As our campus prepares for Take Back the Night (TBTN) April 24, I find myself constantly in awe of how responsive The University community is. TBTN…

Communication Dept. to offer new majors

CORY BURRELL SPORTS EDITOR Changes to the communication program at The University will provide communication majors with exciting options next year. The communication department will offer two new majors, strategic…

University celebrates Earth Day with daily events

CORRINE DIGIOVINE STAFF WRITER Earth Day celebration events will take place throughout the month of April. Mark Murphy, director of sustainability and operations, has been working with a planning committee…

University Profile: Douglas Boyle

ZACH DYER STAFF WRITER Douglas Boyle, Ph.D., is not a run-of-the-mill professor – not that many professors at The University are. Over the course of his 25 years of professional…

Weinberg’s first floor to undergo layout, technology upgrade

JUSTIN DWYER NEWS EDITOR The first floor of the Weinberg Memorial Library is getting a major upgrade. A complete remodeling of the large student space adjacent to the 24-hour entrance…

Relay to honor, remember cancer victims

Relay to honor,  remember cancer victims

ELIANA SAKS STAFF WRITER More than 500 campus and community members will stay up for 12 hours straight to honor and remember cancer victims in The University’s 11th year participating…

Candidates vouch for positions before election day

BRIGID CAMPBELL NEWS CORRESPONDENT Student Government presidential and vice president hopefuls vied for the positions Tuesday in a debate preceding the elections. The debate, which took place in the Loyola…

Undergraduate commencement speaker announced

Undergraduate commencement speaker announced

CHRISTINA SCULLY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF   The Most Rev. Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L., Bishop of the Diocese of Scranton, will serve as the commencement speaker for The University’s class of 2014.…

Liva performs ‘The Baker’s Wife’

Liva performs ‘The Baker’s Wife’

KATELYN SAXER STAFF WRITER The Liva Arts Company production of “The Baker’s Wife” will open April 10 and continue until April 12. The performances with be at 8 p.m. April…

University raises awareness for sexual harassment

CORRINE DIGIOVINE STAFF WRITER April is National Sexual Harassment Awareness Month, and this week the Jane Kopas Women’s Center is participating in Anti-Street Harassment (ASH) Week. Members of JKWC will…

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