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Summer course to explore Greece

Zach Dyer Staff Writer The University will be giving students the opportunity to travel to Greece to cover topics on the “European economy, its institutions, markets, health cares systems, and…

Meet Rawia Kharruba

Fulbright scholar and teacher Corrine DiGiovionne   Meet Rawia Kharruba. Kharruba, 23, is a Fulbright participant from Tripoli, Libya, who attends classes at The University and holds the position of…

Jesuit in formation discusses faith, sexuality and identity

Brigid Campbell Laura Fay A Jesuit in formation at Loyola University Chicago recently discussed his sexual orientation and ethnicity in a blog post about what it means to be created…

Letter to the editor: Trust Iran

Dear editor, I cannot understand why the United States and the rest of the western world are casting doubts on the sincerity and the honesty of The Islamic Republic of…

Preview of UK election

Commentary by Peter Shaver The election of the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom will be held May 7. This is the first election following the passage of a 2010…

Clinton re-imagined

Has she learned from 2008 run? Commentary by Ryan Caviston For many of us, the Obama administration appeared to mark the end of 22 years of a Bush or Clinton…

Echoes of last cannonade

Commentary by Christine Panzitta April 16 marked the 150th anniversary of the symbolic end of the Civil War. As bells tolled across the nation at 3 p.m. to mark the…

Drought continues to plague Calif.

Commentary by Adrianna Damato California is currently facing the fourth drought in its history. According to CBS, it has been reported that on average, a person in East Bay, California,…

Love present in all

Commentary by Zach Dyer Damian Torres-Botello, S.J. — a priest-in-training — publicized his homosexuality April 17 in an article on The Jesuit Post titled “This I Believe: Created in God’s…

The Scranton Norsemen feast at Beast

The Scranton Norsemen feast at Beast

MICHAEL DOMBROWSKI Sports Correspondent More than 50 collegiate rugby teams gathered Saturday and Sunday in Portsmouth, Rhode Island for the Beast of the East Tournament, the largest collegiate rugby tournament…