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University grad finds meaningful service in Mercy Volunteer corp

Cailin Potami Faith Editor University graduate Maureen Paley works alongside Sacramento’s homeless community as a member of Mercy Volunteer Corps (MVC). Paley graduated from The University with degrees in English…

3D printer now on campus

3D printer now on campus

Nicole Piotrowski Science & Technology Correspondent 3D printing technology has been around for the past 30 years but only recently have many innovators been able to work with this technology…

Apple watch to enter market in 2015

Apple watch to enter market in 2015

Matthew Davis Science & Technology Correspondent Apple has once again pushed its reach into another market that most people would consider to be a failing one: watches. The all-new Apple…

Treasury reduces tax inversion benefits

Timothy Harding Staff Writer Maximizing profits has been and will continue to be the most common goal for businesses around the world. One way to earn higher profits is to…

Alibaba IPO Commentary

Alexander hoffmann Staff Writer With the largest IPO in history of the U.S. stock market, Alibaba was on every investor’s radar Friday. Those who got in early were up huge:…

Alibaba successfully issues shares

Alibaba successfully issues shares

By Andrea Ricketti Staff Writer   The Alibaba (BABA) IPO ended the day with an impressive 38 percent to $93.89, which gave the company a market cap of $231 billion…

Strong: retired and remembered

Strong: retired and remembered

By Carmine Gerrity-Gemei Sports Editor Coach Mike Strong’s effect on lives at The University will be remembered far more than his record-setting win total. Strong’s retirement took effect Friday, and…

Who’s that athlete? Roman Golebiowski: friendliest on campus

Who’s that athlete? Roman Golebiowski: friendliest on campus

By Carmine Gerrity-Gemei Sports Editor Roman Golebiowski is a junior cross country runner, but he is better known around campus for his personality. Roman is one of the friendliest people…

Asia Club celebrates Japanese culture with 1,000 paper cranes

Asia Club celebrates Japanese culture with 1,000 paper cranes

By Cailin Potami Faith Editor Nearly 1,000 paper cranes hang in the Student Forum creating the familiar purple and white “S.” These cranes contain the wishes of hundreds of members…

Fish oil proven as anti-inflammatory

Fish oil proven as anti-inflammatory

By Matthew Corso Science & Technology Editor Fish oil has been one of the most popular new supplements to funnel into the ever-crowded supplement market. High in omega-3 fatty acids,…