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Community policing

Community policing

Commentary by ERIN MCCORMICK It is a unique thing when the police are written into the headlines more than the criminals are. And when this is the case, it is a…

Scranton 506 surpasses goal with 768 donors

Scranton 506 surpasses goal with 768 donors

JOE EVANS News Editor Scranton 506, a 24-hour fundraising event, happened for the first time on the first floor of the DeNaples Center Wednesday. The event raised money for University…

‘Frozen’ boosts Disney’s income

MICHAEL BIANCO Staff Writer The Walt Disney Co., the world’s largest entertainment company, reported quarterly profits that sailed beyond analyst estimates. Gains at its theme parks and consumer products division drove…

Reflections from the seniors of The Aquinas

Reflections from the seniors of The Aquinas

Looking back: How did I get here? BRIGID CAMPBELL Web Manager Emeritus I like words. And more than that, I like using them. Ask anybody who knows me. They’ll tell…

Sanders announces run for Democratic nomination

Commentary by RYAN CAVISTON A favorite of the far-left, Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) announcement that he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016 has many ecstatic at the prospect of…

Too many jobs?

How reneging on job offers affects you Sarah Humbert Are you feeling the pressure of obtaining a job? Whether searching for full-time or seasonal jobs or an internship, students often feel…

Stances on death penalty

Commentary by ADRIANNA DAMATO There was a period of time last year when it appeared as though President Obama had plans to end the federal death penalty. This issue came…

Money in politics

Commentary by ZACH DYER I wrote an article last week about how the U.S. Congress is currently operating at its highest polarization and lowest approval rating in recorded history. Many…

Review: In Hearts Wake ‘Skydancer’

ANDREW HILL Staff Writer Australian metalcore giants In Hearts Wake burst onto the scene in 2012 with its sophomore album and label debut “Divination,” though it had previously released an…

Boeing to shut down plant

WILL HORN Business Editor Boeing Aviation has been a staple of the aerospace industry for years. However, Boeing is now planning to shut down one of its longest-running plants on…