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Editorial

To the campus community, Despite its designation as an AACSB-accredited, top business school at a high-cost university, the Kania School of Management has seen a large reduction in the number…

Leaders update campus

Leaders update campus

Laura Fay Editor-in-Chief Student Government members want students to know what they are up to. That’s why the president and vice president plan to start making video updates and having…

It’s the vaccinations, stupid!

It’s the vaccinations, stupid!

Commentary by Ryan Caviston We all remember it. Inevitably, all of us at one point had a routine checkup, sitting in an exam room surrounded by Big Bird, Elmo, or…

Fluehr passes her way into record book

Fluehr passes her way into record book

Commentary by Carmine Gerrity-Gemei With seven assists Wednesday night, senior co-captain Lindsay Fluehr ascended to the top of the Lady Royals record book. Fluehr now has 510 assists, surpassing the previous…

Students study overseas

Students study overseas

Breanna Forgione Staff Writer At The University, students are privileged with the opportunity to study abroad in nearly any country they please. From Ireland to Jordan to South Africa, the…

On the verge of child design?

On the verge of child design?

Commentary by Jessica Nickel What do you think of when you picture your future family? What will your children look like? Will they be talented athletes, musicians or artists? As…

Big four appoints first female CEO

Big four appoints first female CEO

Nick Varriano Business Correspondent Many business students on campus at The University may be interested in working for one of the “Big 4” accounting firms. For those who are not…

Chemical basis of love starts with neurotransmitters

Chemical basis of love starts with neurotransmitters

On a molecular level, three chemicals determine love’s origin Alex Haber Staff Writer With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the time has come when we all sit back and…

Provost’s piano performance earns praise

Provost’s piano performance earns praise

Natalie Russo Arts & Life Correspondent The concert hall of the Houlihan-McLean Center held a diverse audience of students, faculty and local Scranton residents Feb. 4. They gathered to hear…

Royals shoot, swim, slam, skate in Jan.

Royals shoot, swim, slam, skate in Jan.

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Sports Correspondent Of the numerous sports teams at The University, only six of them had to remain on campus over Intersession. While most students were enjoying more than…