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Tesla’s loss widens on delivery glitch

Tesla’s loss widens on delivery glitch

Commentary by Thomas Queally Founded in 2003 with headquarters in Palo Alto, California, Tesla Motors is a one-of-a-kind American company that manufactures and designs luxurious electric cars. Tesla, which began…

Stem cell scientist relocates

Restrictions and changing interests prompt move ALEX HABER Staff Writer One of the most significant developments to affect the realm of biological research in the past two years has been…

Jesuit encourages vulnerability

Commentary by John Mayer This past week I had the good fortune of sitting down with The Rev. Thomas Roach, S.J., with the same hope of receiving some advice to…

Rice Bowl Challenge rewards charity

CAROLINE EARNEST Staff Writer Lent is often seen as a time to give something up, but what if you could take up a challenge instead? What if you could do…

Almnus speaks about Black History

Almnus speaks about Black History

CATHERINE DOLISCA News Correspondent The University welcomed Yohuru Williams, Ph.D., a graduate of The University, to campus Tuesday. Williams returned to The University to present an engaging discussion for this…

Kathryn Kitcho excels in MetLife internship

Kathryn Kitcho excels in MetLife internship

MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor Senior Kathryn Kitcho entered her final semester at The University while concurrently completing her second internship with the Fortune 50 insurance company MetLife. A…

#MuslimLivesMatter

Commentary by Corrine Digiovine Three Muslim students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were shot and killed in their apartment Feb. 10. The students — Deah Shaddy…

Men’s team finishes fourth

BECCA FERENCI Staff Writer The University’s men’s swimming and diving team capped its season with a fourth-place finish at the Landmark Championships. The Royals ended the first day of the…

Women’s swimming & diving finishes third in conferences

SARA MYERS Staff Writer The women’s swimming and diving team’s season came to an end over the weekend as they took part in the 2015 Landmark Conference Championships in Germantown,…

The S&P faces lawsuit from the Department of Justice

CHRISTOS DIAMANTIDIS Staff Writer Attorney General Eric Holder announced in early February that the Department of Justice, along with 19 states and the District of Columbia, has come into a…