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Black Friday expections low

Will Horn Staff Writer For most, the Friday after Thanksgiving is a day of hustling around from store to store and mall to mall searching for the best deals on…

Alibaba makes history

Commentary by Brad Elkin Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce company, made history on Sept 18. It released the largest initial public offering (IPO) ever at $68 per share. It raised $25…

New initiative joins accounting alumni and faculty

New initiative joins accounting alumni and faculty

Jacob Kanavy Business Editor The University’s accounting department is regarded as top tier by educators and professionals across the country. In fact, our accounting program was most recently recognized among…

KSOM students visit Dow Jones and Bloomberg

KSOM students visit Dow Jones and Bloomberg

Dan Rice Business Correspondent Students of the Kania School of Management had the opportunity to visit the global headquarters of Dow Jones and Bloomberg L.P. in New York City Nov.…

Legal fees accrue for JPMorgan Chase & Company

Andrea Ricketti Staff Writer JPMorgan Chase & Company, one of the largest banks in America, is facing hard times due to criminal speculations. The bank faces a U.S. criminal probe…

Midterm elections dominate social media

Commentary by Kelsey Bonacker While scrolling through all of my social media feeds, particularly in the last week or so, there appeared to be a lot of talk about the midterm…

Erra’s ‘Moments of Clarity’ EP review

Metalcore band reassures its life and energy to fans ANDREW HILL Staff Writer Alabama progressive metalcore outfit “Erra” is all about growth. Its sophomore album “Augment,” released in 2013, proved…

Pixar returns to superhero genre after first success

JEFFREY PAINE Staff Writer Both the last and first time Pixar delved into the superhero genre, they came out with “The Incredibles,” a fantastic movie blending suburbia and Superman. Their…

Award-winning poet comes to Scranton

Award-winning poet comes to Scranton

AMANDA RAGUSA Staff Writer Author Catie Rosemurgy traveled to The University from Philadelphia for a public reading of her works in the Rose Room of Brennan Hall Thursday. Earlier that…

New lecture series begins with guest composer

New lecture series begins with guest composer

ELIZABETH GARDNER Staff Writer The new music program began Thursday with the first lecture entitled Conversations on Music: Blurring the Lines Between Audience and Artist. Anthony Marasco, professor of music…