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Mecca: changing city

Mecca: changing city

Commentary by Brett Auriemma For anyone familiar with the Islamic faith, the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, is surely a familiar location. As the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad, Mecca…

Local, national midterm elections approach

Local, national midterm elections approach

Commentary by Erin McCormick Americans across the nation will be taking to the polls for what is lining up to be quite a decisive round of midterm elections in just…

Putin in his press

Putin in his press

Commentary by Peter Shaver As tensions rise over the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the response of Russian media outlets shows disturbing similarities and differences between U.S. and Russian popular media.…

Yoga pants, leggings raise eyebrows?

Yoga pants, leggings raise eyebrows?

Commentary by Jessica Nickel Ah, fall. The time of year when the leaves change, the pumpkin spice lattes flow and females everywhere break out the yoga pants and leggings. Well,…

Scranton hosts sculptor Herbert Simon

Scranton hosts sculptor Herbert Simon

Kayla Shea Arts & Life Editor The University is hosting the art gallery exhibit, “Object and Image, Sculptures and Prints by Herbert Simon.” Herbert Simon of Shavertown is mainly known…

‘Annabelle’ sends viewers screaming

Andrew Hill Staff Writer   The golden era of horror is long over. This is what many horror fanatics say about the state of the genre. Industry strongholds James Wan…

ABC’s ‘Once Upon a Time’ gets frostbitten

Amanda Ragusa Staff Writer The highly anticipated fourth season of the ABC hit drama “Once Upon A Time” made its big premiere Sept. 28. The first episode of the season…

KSOM ranked among top business schools in nation

KSOM ranked among top business schools in nation

Kelsey Bonacker Business Correspondent In the Sept. 5 issue of U.S. News & World Report, a list of Best Colleges was released. Found in this article is a series of…

Rumors abound about new Tesla vehicle

Rumors abound about new Tesla vehicle

Alex Hoffman Staff Writer Tesla is set to unveil a new car Thursday, which has many speculating about what this unveiling could entail. The new model, dubbed “D,” is set…

As dollar gets stronger, other concerns increase

As dollar gets stronger, other concerns increase

Ryan Remigio Business Correspondent On its very long road to recovery, the U.S. economy is making a bit of headway. Even with this positive progression the economy is certainly not…