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Lady Royals celebrate NCAA anniversary

Lady Royals celebrate NCAA anniversary

PAT CANDIDO Sports Correspondent The University’s women’s basketball program celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Lady Royal’s first and only NCAA Division III National Championship on March 16. Former head…

RadioShack finally files for bankrupcty

Abigail Hatch Business Correspondent RadioShack Corp. has long been a leader in technological advances; however, according to Rebecca Ruiz and Michael De La Merced at The New York Times, the…

Google shatters glass ceiling with new CFO hire

Andrea Ricketti Staff Writer Google has recently come under fire for hiring too few women, let alone for neglecting to promote them. As a result, the company has made a…

Baseball steps up to plate for middle of season

TREVOR ANDRESEN Sports Correspondent After a long and treacherous winter, there is finally a sign of spring in Scranton. Earlier this month, the baseball team ventured down to Myrtle Beach,…

Biotechnology industry steadily gains for NASDAQ index

Will Horn Business Editor   The biotechnology industry is reaching record highs. Some companies have speculated values multiple times higher than their current values. These highs bring in more investors,…

Millennials enter worforce looking for a cause

Larissa Hoffman Staff Writer As millennials are advancing through the education system and entering into the workforce, it becomes increasingly more important for companies to comply to the demands and…

University reflects on Parade Day celebration

University reflects on Parade Day celebration

JOE EVANS CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI The University and the city of Scranton made it a point to crack down this year on the Parade Day activities in the Hill Section. The…

Students give back during break

Linzee Duncan News Correspondent A group of students went to St. Michaels, Arizona, during Spring break for a service trip. The Center for Service and Social Justice held service trips…

SCHOTT materials scientist visits University

SCHOTT materials scientist visits University

ALEX HABER MATTHEW REYNOLDS The materials scientist Alex Werz visited The University this month to discuss emerging technology in his field of research. Upon invitation from the Institute for Electrical…

‘Missing Pieces’ come together in science journal collection

MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor A prominent primary scientific literature source unveiled a new collection of articles March 5 that seeks to highlight publications from a new perspective. According…