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Letter to the editor: Come on, Turcea!

Dear editor, I am quite happy that Mr. Benjamin Turcea took the time to read my article on Iran and the bomb but I am disappointed that he did not…

Job Search Strategies: Reach Beyond the Obvious

Nothing will undermine a job search more quickly than a negative attitude. With that in mind, here are ten top strategies to help you stay motivated and productive in 2015.…

Career Services opportunity spotlight: May 1

TO APPLY:  Further information regarding these internships may be accessed through College Central Network. If you do not have an account with CCN, you will need to register before making…

Meet Percy Liu

Meet Percy Liu

JOE EVANS News Editor A teacher from Taiwan is both teaching and taking classes at The University of Scranton. Percy Liu, who is 29 years old, was appointed as a…

Alumna works to make organization into nonprofit

Alumna works to make organization into nonprofit

Michael Bianco Staff Writer   Nursing students working in hospitals as part of their undergraduate curriculum are undoubtedly subject to many experiences and sights while caring for patients. One such…

Problems with aid

Citizens may fail to receive help Commentary by CHRISTOPHER KUSTERA As reported on the front page of The New York Times Monday, Nepal has suffered an earthquake that has accrued…

Chinese researchers alter embryonic genes

ALEX HABER Staff Writer Genetically altering humans has been a controversy over the last 20 years as our methods for controlling genes have become more refined. Up until this point,…

Re: Trust Iran

Commentary by BENJAMIN TURCEA In a letter to the editor in last week’s issue, Neill Ackerman, Ph.D., argued that the we in the United States need to start trusting the…

Baltimore riots

Baltimore riots

Commentary by BENJAMIN TURCEA Riots in Baltimore began Monday, the same day as the funeral for Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore resident and criminal. Many have used and will use this…

Religious freedom laws a step back

Commentary by BRETT AURIEMMA By now, I don’t think it’s really necessary to rehash the details of the so-called “religious freedom” laws passed over the last month. If you haven’t heard…