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Hooven defends thesis on mice metabolism

MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor Jayde Hooven, a senior honors student, defended her thesis Wednesday. The biology major with minors in biochemistry and Spanish and a concentration in nutrition…

Driving out competitors

Commentary by DAYTON BEASLEY Last week, Google launched its own wireless phone service that, on paper, looks underwhelming. Combining T-Mobile and Sprint’s network infrastructure along with a national network of…

Psychology journal publishes study on painkiller emotional effects

KATHLEEN HEALEY Staff Writer Common painkillers like Tylenol, Advil or Aleve are typically used to treat physical pain in the body such as headaches, cramps or aches, but new studies…

Conference calls all men to patrimony

CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor The Diocese of Scranton hosted its first Catholic Men’s Conference at King’s College Saturday. Two students from The University attended the conference in order to strengthen…

Polarized politics

Congressional approval ratings embarrassingly low Commentary by ZACH DYER Imagine your ceiling is leaking. What do you do? You may first want to get a bucket to catch the water and then…

Catholic quandaries frame new retreat

Michael Mazzuca Staff Writer Campus Ministry at The University has developed several new retreats over the last three years. Campus Minister Fred Mercadante and juniors Genny Francis and Chris Kilner…

Marvel Cinematic Universe continues its success with release of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

Dan Mauro Arts & Life Correspondent With the release of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” on Friday, it is easy to get excited not only for the upcoming film, but also for…

Colorful festival celebrates long-awaited spring

Colorful festival celebrates long-awaited spring

CORRINE DIGIOVINE Staff Writer The University’s Asia Club, in conjunction with Residence Life and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, celebrated its annual Holi festival on the DeNaples Patio and the…

Letterman’s ‘Late Show’ to end

Final ‘Late Show’ will air May 20 as Letterman leaves hosting position Breanna Forgione Staff Writer Since Aug. 30, 1993 in the historic Ed Sullivan Theater, American late-night talk shows…

Karpovich and Meyer end incredible golf legacy

FRANCESCO CAMPESE Staff Writer With the win against Summit University, formerly Baptist Bible College, The University’s men’s golf team finishes its regular season 14-6. As the season wraps up, head…