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Wal-mart announces major change in wages

ANDREA RICKETTI Business Co-editor Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is one of the largest retailers in the world, employing 2.1 million people, which equates to 1 percent of America alone. The company…

New minor will open doors for business students

New minor will open doors for business students

MICHAEL BIANCO Staff Writer With technology becoming more prevalent in society as time goes on, we are quickly starting to notice not only the need to collect data to make…

Students worship, bond, grow during SEARCH 75 retreat

SUBMITTED PHOTOS FOR THE AQUINAS : CATHY SEYMOUR THE UNIVERSITY held its 75th SEARCH reatreat at Chapman Lake over the weekend. Senior Jayde Hooven and junior Adam Quaroto led one…

Cellphone startups pave way for new technology

JAMES McDONNELL Business Correspondent The vast majority of college students use cell phones, especially smart phones. The ever-growing concentration on technology is prevalent in the business world too. Many investors…

Federal Reserve contemplates rate hike

Timothy Harding Staff Writer The Federal Reserve has kept interest rates near zero since December 2008 in an effort to stimulate the U.S. economy; however, given current market conditions, investors…

Jesuit stresses Mass, reconciliation

Commentary By JOHN MAYER I spoke with the Rev. Patrick Mohr, S.J., Monday evening to seek advice to share with the student body. Mohr entered the Society of Jesus in…

Police chief discusses social media tactics

Brigid Campbell Web Manager USA Today reported in January that colleges across the midwest have been using social media in criminal investigations. Marc Lovicott, a public information officer at the…

Japan experiences bond yield volatility

Ryan Remigio Business Editor Japan has been experiencing highly volatile yields these past couple of months. With the problems of deflation and continuous periods of contraction plaguing the Japanese economy,…

Buddhist monk brings meditation to University

CORRINE DIGIOVINE Faith Correspondent The University, in conjunction with the Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW), just completed its most recent meditation series, Meditations on Daily Life, with Buddhist…

Adjuncts seek student awareness

Joe Evans News Co-Editor Professor Anthony Morasco, an adjunct professor at The University, began his 11 a.m. class on Wednesday differently than usual. He began with an example to his…