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Lecturer explains research on fly sleep cycle

Gene regulation affects sex-based sleep differences in flies MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor A visiting researcher spoke about his research on the sleeping pattern of fruit flies Tuesday at…

Fed chairwoman under attack

Commentary by Erin McCormick A hearing led by the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee was convened last week, supposedly to continue to push for reform of the Federal Reserve…

Journal bans use of inferential statistics

Commentary by MATTHEW REYNOLDS The journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP) made waves this week when the editors announced that they will no longer publish articles reporting statistics calculated…

ROYALS WIN BACK-TO-BACK CROWNS

ROYALS WIN BACK-TO-BACK CROWNS

CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI Sports Editor The Royals are back-to-back Landmark Conference champions. The team traveled to Washington, D.C., Saturday and knocked off top-seeded Catholic University 76-65 to become the first away…

Editoral: March 6, 2015

To the campus community, Dialogue was an overarching theme at The University this week. The FAC had a closed forum on Friday at which members could voice concerns regarding the…

Divinely Designed retreat to celebrate women

Divinely Designed retreat to celebrate women

MICHAEL MAZZUCA Staff Writer Campus Ministry will host its third retreat in three weeks at Chapman Lake this weekend. Divinely Designed, a women’s retreat, will start on Friday and end…

Arrupe award given to Sr. Margaret O’Neill

CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor The University held a ceremony to present the annual Pedro Arrupe, S.J., Award for Distinguished Contributions to Ignatian Mission and Ministry to Sr. Margaret Ann O’Neill,…

Cadets fundraise for ball

Cadets fundraise for ball

Ian Weir News Correspondent Cadets of The University’s Royal Warrior Army ROTC Battalion are raising money for their annual military ball. Here at The University, cadets are currently working on…

Martyrdom topic of interfaith talk

CORRINE DIGIOVINE Faith Correspondent The theology department hosted a round-table panel discussion on martyrdom in Judaism, Christianity and Islam Feb. 27 in the Heritage Room in the Weinberg Memorial Library.…

Historian talks foreign policy

Historian talks foreign policy

BRIGID CAMPBELL Web Manager Fredrik Logevall, a Pulitzer-Prize winning author and historian, visited The University Friday as part of the Schemel Forum. In his speech, he examined the efficacy of…