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Audience members say goodbye to ‘Parks and Recreation’

SOPHIE WEST Arts & Life Corresopondent “Parks and Recreation” began its first season in 2009 and centered mainly on former “Saturday Night Live” star Amy Poehler. The show starred the…

Net declared neutral

KEVIN MUNNS Business Correspondent The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed the strongest rules on net neutrality ever over the past week. Net neutrality is the idea that every Internet website…

Students aid United Way workers in VITA program

Students aid United Way workers in VITA program

ANDREA RICKETTI Staff Writer As many accountants know, tax season is a daunting period that is highly stressful. Whether people working for a Big Four accounting firm or a smaller…

GoPro stock continues decline

Eric Hintz Business Correspondent   Essentially everyone has heard of the sleek, small, yet industry-innovating camera company, GoPro Inc. A vast audience, from extreme sports enthusiasts to brain surgeons, have…

Nasdaq reaches for old high

Nasdaq reaches for old high

Natalie Russo Business Correspondent U.S. stocks closed on Monday at high levels, with Nasdaq above the key level of 5,000 for the first time in over a decade. Nasdaq, the…

Old face returns to University as director of Career Services

Brigid Campbell Web Manager A University alumna has returned after nine years to head the department of Career Services. Christina Whitney joined the department staff in January. She previously served…

Faculty respond to proposed policy change

Faculty respond to proposed policy change

Laura Fay Sarah Mueller University faculty want the conversation regarding the recently proposed health care policy change to continue. University President Kevin Quinn, S.J., sent emails to faculty and staff…

Consumer industry stuggles

Daron Murphy Business Correspondent Macy’s Inc. is a large retail company with department stores familiar to many consumers, such as Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. Currently, it is increasing investment spending by…

Proposed change

Proposed change

Quinn seeks to stay in line with Church Commentary by MARIA ZANGARI The Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., The University’s president, is proposing changes to employee health insurance, specifically coverage…

Automated workers start to replace humans

Justine Li Business Correspondent Living life like the Jetsons might soon be a reality. Driverless cars and computers that can decipher different human facial expressions are only two examples of…