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Inside look: Scranton crew team

RALPH PETAGNA Sports Correspondent Junior rower on the men’s crew team Matt Horn summed up the dynamic of one of The University’s few club sports when he said, “Being on…

Softball remains positive and competitive

RYAN DISDIER Staff Writer With the school year winding down, spring sports are approaching the end of their seasons. The University’s softball team is looking to finish the season strong,…

Senior athletes cope with life after sport

Senior athletes cope with life after sport

RYAN DISDIER Staff Writer Senior year can be a year filled with eagerness, anticipation and happiness. However, for senior student-athletes, the year also means the end of the road. The…

Netflix’s expansion abroad helps bring new highs

Natalie Russo Staff Writer According to the NASDAQ index, Netflix stock is firing on all cylinders this year as it shot up 13 percent April 15, rising over $100 to…

University Goldwater Scholars Announced

University Goldwater Scholars Announced

Kilner Goldwater Scholar, Chen-Liaw Honorable Mention MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor Juniors Chris Kilner and Alice Chen-Liaw earned a Goldwater Scholarship and a Goldwater Scholarship Honorable Mention, respectively, this…

Lecture explores net neutrality

Aulisio discusses “Technology on Your Own Terms” SCOTT CURRAN Science & Tech Correspondent Corporate America upset the nation’s video streamers for nearly six months in October 2013, as an estimated…

The Schemel Forum events explore diverse theological, historical themes

The Schemel Forum events explore diverse theological, historical themes

Michael Mazzuca Staff Writer The Schemel Forum provides courses without credit to educate students, faculty and the community. Sondra Myers, director of The Schemel Forum and a senior fellow for…

Fear not: Student’s reflection on God’s eternal love and presence

Reflection by John Mayer This semester I have been working on a small project that I hope has been helpful to whoever might be reading. Bits of advice here and…

Google faces antitrust allegations from EU

Jordan Den Herder Business Correspondent The greatness of Google is certainly nothing new to news. Since its initial public offering, everyone views it as a young, large, continuously growing and…

Consumer tastes shift as trendy competion appears

DARON MURPHY Business Correspondent As consumers’ tastes and preferences are shifting, larger and older companies are trying to adapt to provide what consumers want. Nielsen’s 2015 Global Health and Wellness…