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Debate concerning Amazon should include readers

Commentary by James Gillespie The virtual supermall which is Amazon has given individuals a convenient, reliable and overall pragmatic way to shop, sell and rent. Its recent release of Amazon…

Expectations high for holiday sales

Expectations high for holiday sales

Larissa Hoffmann Staff Writer The holiday season is an exciting time for all and a particularly critical season for businesses’ success. As 2014’s season quickly approaches, businesses are eager to…

Young alumni day proves beneficial for students

Young alumni day proves beneficial for students

  Will Horn Staff Writer The Kania School of Business is one of the most involved schools at The University and is constantly bringing well-known alumni and business people to…

Cartwright campaign

Commentary by Ryan Caviston Voters across Pennsylvania’s 17th District, like countless others across the country, will go to the polls Tuesday to exercise their civic duty. Election Day in the…

Got The Right Resume To Land Your First Job?

One of the most challenging tasks any college graduate has to accomplish is to prepare their very first resume. Before you even start looking for a job to apply for,…

Author receives award, shares stories with campus

Author receives award, shares stories with campus

Christopher Kustera News Correspondent   The University recently welcomed and honored renowned writer Colum McCann, presenting him with The Royden B. Davis, S.J., Distinguished Author Award. The University was considerably…

H.P.O. members learn about primary care medicine

H.P.O. members learn about primary care medicine

Zach Dyer Staff Writer The University’s Health Professions Organization went to Penn State Hershey Medical Center’s Primary Care Day Oct. 4. Open to high school and college students, Primary Care…

Put down the highlighters

Put down the highlighters

Matthew DeFrenza News Correspondent If you are reading this article for anything more than a comprehensive understanding, put down the highlighter … unless you know how to properly use it.…

Smoking policy changes hit standstill

Smoking policy changes hit standstill

Eliana Saks Managing Editor Smoking seems to cycle the headlines. From CVS’s eradication of all tobacco products to recent uncertainty on the safety of electronic cigarettes, this hot-button issue never…

Clarifying ‘Who am I to judge?’

Clarifying ‘Who am I to judge?’

Student evaluates discussion regarding gays in Church Commentary by Zach Dyer “If a person is gay and seeks the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge that…