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Baseball sets for playoffs after turnaround

CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI Sports Editor If last season’s baseball team was Clark Kent, then it has surely changed into Superman this season. After finishing second-to-last in the conference last year, the…

Women’s tennis advances to championship game

RYAN DISDIER Staff Writer The University’s women’s tennis team is in the midst of a very successful season. The team is 11-4 and 6-1 in conference play. This is the…

O’Malley family honors late son

O’Malley family honors late son

CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI Sports Editor The O’Malley family lost its youngest son Ryan, ’99, in 2011, and has hosted the Ryan O’Malley Annual Race (ROAR) in his honor the past two…

Join students in the movement to make a better community

Students take on an active role on campus  BREANNA FORGIONNE Staff Writer When preparation for finals begins, stress quickly follows. However, The University has alleviated some of this stress for students…

Ada Limón visits The University during National Poetry Month

Ada Limón visits The University during National Poetry Month

PETER SHAVER Staff Writer Poet Ada Limón visited campus Wednesday as part of The University of Scranton Reading Series. Born in California, Limón lived in New York City for a…

Dish accused of antitrust violations after collusion results

Natalie Russo Staff Writer In a record auction that drew $45 billion in bids this January, Dish Network’s designated entities Northstar Wireless and SNR Wireless managed to win $13.3 billion…

Scranton kicks off 150th anniversary celebration

Scranton celebrates now, remembers the past JOE EVANS News Editor The city of Scranton is kicking off the celebration for its 150th birthday this year. Scranton Tomorrow, an organization committed…

E-Cigarettes as healthier option

KAYLA SHEA Arts & Life Editor For centuries, tobacco has been rolled into the traditional cigarette, but as awareness for the related health issues rises, people are less willing to…

Hall of fame event honors great alumni

Hall of fame event honors great alumni

Will Horn Business Editor The Kania School of Management held its first Business Leader Hall of Fame event Saturday event to honor five of the greatest Alumni of Scranton. The…

Henry George lecturer addresses financial crisis

Justine Li Business Correspondent This year’s guest at The University’s Henry George Lecture was Anthony O’Brien. He is an economics professor at Lehigh University and is fairly well known to…