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PBC offers students interactive learning opportunities

PBC offers students interactive learning opportunities

Larissa Hoffman Business Correspondent Networking: it is perhaps one of the most dominant terms in the average undergraduate’s vocabulary. While it is undoubtedly important to succeed in the classroom, a…

Economies suffer as people seek to improve diets

Economies suffer as people seek to improve diets

By Michael Bianco Staff Writer One of the many health magazines banished on the shelves of supermarket checkout lines across the country is almost guaranteed to have some reference to…

Interest rates to remain low for ‘considerable time’

Interest rates to remain low for ‘considerable time’

By Ryan Remiggio Business Correspondent Janet Yellen, the chairwoman of the Federal Reserve System whose words have the power to sway the market in many directions, spoke Sept. 17, regarding…

Improv comedy gains popularity

Elizabeth Polishan Arts & Life Correspondent Be prepared to laugh. Upright Citizens Brigade will improvise a 90-minute, long form comedy show in the McIlhenny Ballroom Thursday. Improv comedy began on…

Autumn weather brings crisp air, natural beauty

Autumn weather brings crisp air, natural beauty

Kayla Shea Arts & Life Co-Editor Autumn officially begun Monday and Scranton residents know we should appreciate each second before the long winter ahead. If you are wondering which activity…

Movie still flies high above competition

Movie still flies high above competition

By Andrew Hill Arts & Life Co-Editor “Joey, do you like movies about gladiators?” asks Captain Oveur, played by Peter Graves. The question arises from nowhere in particular, but it…

Curtains open for English comedy “Table Manners”

Curtains open for English comedy “Table Manners”

  Latrice Smith Arts & Life Correspondent The University Players had its first run of the show “Table Manners” last weekend. The show, directed by The University’s very own Professor…

Student body’s alcohol problem

Commentary by Benjamin Turcea Forum Editor University police canceled the community advisory concerning an alleged stabbing early Sunday morning, but feelings of danger and unease have yet to dissipate. I…

Watson’s UN speech asks us to liberate all

Watson’s UN speech asks us to liberate all

Commentary by Adrianna Damato The United Nations gathered in New York Saturday to discuss the new campaign, “HeForShe,” where numerous figureheads showed their support and commitment to the movement. Beloved…

Obama’s ratings drop to new low

Commentary by Benjamin Terry Merely a week since France began airstrikes against ISIS militants in Iraq, President Obama’s approval rating on his ability to fight terrorism cascaded to just above 40…