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Potential candidates begin to take the field

Commentary by Adrianna Damato       Courtesy of Wikipedia With this presidential term quickly coming to a close, it’s time for candidates to decide whether or not they will be running.…

Wrestling ends season 13th of 18 teams in NCAA regional

Wrestling ends season 13th of 18 teams in NCAA regional

SARA MYERS Staff Writer The men’s wrestling team closed out the season Sunday at the NCAA East Regional Competition in Roanoke, Virginia. The team finished 13th overall in a regional…

Spoken word poet captivates

EMMA SILVA Arts & Life Correspondent USPB Mission & Identity and the Jane Kopas Women’s Center welcomed award-winning spoken word poet Carlos Andrés Gómez in the Moskovitz Theater Feb. 26. Gómez,…

Women lose conferences, set for NCAAs

Women lose conferences, set for NCAAs

PAT CANDIDO Sports Correspondent The women’s basketball team fell short to Catholic University 52-51 in the Landmark Conference Championship game Saturday, but a completely new season is set to begin…

Men’s lacrosse scores season’s first win

BECCA FERENCI Staff Writer The men’s lacrosse team opened its season with three straight losses in three close games. The team lost its first game 8-6 against Farmingdale State College.…

Women’s lacrosse starts with losses

Women’s lacrosse starts with losses

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Staff Writer The women’s lacrosse team played an away match against Haverford College in its second game of the season. The Royals fell to the Fords 5-3. The…

Scranton Players to perform ‘God’s Ear’

Elizabeth Gardner Staff Writer The University of Scranton Players will present “God’s Ear” this weekend at the McDade Center for Literary and Performing Arts. Latrice Smith, the production’s assistant stage…

Star of ‘Money From Strangers’ performs stand-up routine

Star of ‘Money From Strangers’ performs stand-up routine

Amanda Ragusa Staff Writer Comedian Jeff Dye performed a stand-up routine Feb. 25 at The University. You may recognize Dye from his appearances on the MTV programs “Girl Code” and…

Netanyahu postures in divisive address

Commentary by Brett Auriemma After what seems to some like an eternity, though it was really only weeks in the making, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu finally spoke to Congress…

Prisoners escape through art

Prisoners escape through art

Michael J. Gathany II Arts & Life Correspondent Art has been a form of expression for thousands of years. In the prehistoric era, people would draw and paint to tell stories. It…