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IT aims to save money, environment

IT aims to save money, environment

Laura Fay Editor-in-Chief Have you ever wondered where your favorite library computer was before it landed in its present location? With about 2,300 University computers across campus, systems move around…

Swift drops new album

Elizabeth Gardner Arts & Life Correspondent On Monday at midnight, fans of Taylor Swift patiently waited all over the world for the drop of her new and well-anticipated album, “1989,”…

Honey Boo Boo gets the boot

Fall TV favorites end their run, new and old   AMANDA RAGUSA Staff Writer The fall season calls for putting aside all work and setting yourself up for some prime-time…

New music program starting on campus

New music program starting on campus

Kayla Shea Arts & Life The lecture series “Conversations on Music,” led by Professor Anthony Marasco, will begin Nov. 6. “Interactive Music: Blurring the Line Between Audience and Artist” will…

‘Super Smash Bros’ available on 3DS

‘Super Smash Bros’ available on 3DS

JEFFREY T. PAINE Arts & Life Correspondent After a long wait, the latest installment in Nintendo’s “Super Smash Bros”series is finally available on 3DS. Despite being the first game in…

New York director works with Scranton Players

New York director works with Scranton Players

LATRICE SMITH Arts & Life Correspondent A New York director arrived in Scranton last week and began rehearsal with The University of Scranton Players for the upcoming show, “The Pillowman.”…

Healthy ‘fast casual’ options stealing market share

Healthy ‘fast casual’ options stealing market share

Erin Fetsko Staff Writer Over the past several years, consumers have been shifting away from greasy fast food restaurants such as McDonald’s, Burger King and Wendy’s in favor of “fast…

New club works for social justice

New club works for social justice

Catholic Relief Services ambassador explains program CAROLINE EARNEST Faith Contributor Anyone who went to a Catholic grade school probably remembers getting little boxes during Lent that they were supposed to…

University welcomes back Jesuit

University welcomes back Jesuit

Michael Mazzuca Staff Writer The Rev. James Redington, S.J. has been around the world, has exotic souvenirs displayed in his office and has been a member of the Jesuit order…

Extraordinary Synod shows unprecedented transparency

Extraordinary Synod shows unprecedented transparency

Cailin Potami Faith Editor Following the conclusion of the Third Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family, myriad news sources have scrambled to dissect, interpret and clarify the circumstances and…