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Little action to end gun violence

COMMENTARY BY RYAN CAVISTON Every country has its problems: Mexico outpaces the U.S. in obesity; Italy struggles with a maddeningly corrupt government; and seemingly everything in Australia can kill a…

New regime going forward

New regime going forward

ELIANA SAKS MANAGING EDITOR The results are in, and next year’s president and vice president of Student Government are Aris Rotella and Jason Weinpel respectively. Rotella, a junior political science…

Veteran lounge opens in Loyola Hall

Veteran lounge opens in Loyola Hall

CORRINE DIGIOVINE STAFF WRITER The University celebrated the official opening of the recently established Veterans Lounge Tuesday afternoon. Staff, faculty, members of the Veterans Club and local veterans gathered in…

Gendered violence, sexual assault focus at annual event

Gendered violence, sexual assault focus at annual event

ELIANA SAKS MANAGING EDITOR Dozens of University students and community members filled the Lackawanna County Courthouse Square at a rally protesting domestic relationship violence and sexual assault Thursday. Take Back…

President, V.P.’s final word

President, V.P.’s final word

DONALD CASTELLUCCI III & CHRISTIAN BURNE NEWS CORRESPONDENTS Well, what a year it has been! Student Government has accomplished a lot during the 2013-2014 academic year, and we would like…

Clay avenue crackdown

Clay avenue crackdown

JUSTIN DWYER NEWS EDITOR EMERITUS Large social gatherings hosted by University students living on the 400 block of Clay Avenue drew the wrong kind of attention to the campus, a…

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