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E-town defeats women’s tennis in championship

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Staff Writer The women’s tennis team hoped to win its fourth straight Landmark Championship against first-seeded Elizabethtown College Saturday but came up short, losing 5-2. Highlights included senior…

PRISM leaders chosen for coming year

WILL HORN Business Editor The PRISM group is an organization unlike most at The University. The student-run investment group has three or four leaders each year and, together with any…

Reviewer’s comments spark Twitter uproar

Commentary by MATTHEW REYNOLDS The scientific community indignantly swelled on Twitter April 29 following the posting of excerpts from a reviewer’s comments to a manuscript submission. An evolutionary biologist and…

News Corp.’s earnings miss

NATALIE RUSSO Staff Writer News Corp., a mass media corporation founded by Rupert Murdoch, announced its quarterly earnings Tuesday. The report was not what most were expecting and actually was…

Sweeney, S.J., named Teacher of the Year

BRIGID CAMPBELL Web Manager Emeritus Students have elected the Rev. Dan Sweeney, S.J., Ph.D., teacher of the year. The professor of political science has dedicated his career to serving students.…

Scholars from across nation commemorate Vatican II

CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor The Catholic Church experienced a kind of revolution 50 years ago. The second Vatican Council (Vatican II) brought the Church into the modern world. The ecumenical…

Men’s lax falls to Catholic in championship

BECCA FERENCI Staff Writer Men’s lacrosse ended its season with a 5-4 loss to the Catholic University of America in the Landmark Conference championship. The Royals kept the score close…

Tesla revolutionizes energy

NATALIE RUSSO Staff Writer Elon Musk and his well-known company Tesla Motors made two announcements this week that have people talking. One was a quiet move to start selling used Teslas,…

Social media’s new foothold

Commentary by CHRISTOPHER KUSTERA With only a year and a half until the next presidential elections, social media campaigning has once again reached the forefront of traditional news media’s attention. Social…

Blessed Mother honored in May

Blessed Mother honored in May

Reflection by John Mayer If you were raised Catholic, you were sure to hear a great deal about Mary, the Mother of God, throughout May. This is due to the…