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Student suggests improved ESL services

Published: September 25, 2015 Commentary by KATHLEEN HESLIN As a consultant in The University’s Writing Center, I generally help students with writing assignments. These assignments range in complexity from brief…

Death to the man bun trend

Death to the man bun trend

Hair polarizes University community members Published: September 25, 2015 Commentary by MATTHEW DEFRENZA Man buns have withstood the test of time, ranging from the samurai of Japan to the Founding…

Casey Hall steeped in history

Published: September 25, 2015 MATT DEFRENZA Chief Copy Editor Nearly every building owned by The University is given a name. That may sound obvious, yet many students, myself included, do…

Mobs and the Media: A real look at organized crime

Pop culture glamorizes mobsters. This idea is far from the reality Published: September 25, 2015 Updated: September 28, 2015 JOE EVANS Historian Organized crime may be glamorized in movies and…

Bagels, ‘shmear’ on lower campus

Published: September 25, 2015 ELIANA SAKS Managing Editor The bustling dining area wafting the smell of freshly baked bread is the first thing to catch the eye upon entering the…

Annual Job & Internship Fair debuts

Published: September 25, 2015 SHANNON BOWEN News Correspondent The University will host the first biannual Job and Internship Fair Thursday. Students of all majors are invited to expand their horizons…

Leahy Hall dedicated

Published: September 25, 2015 MICHAEL MAZZUCA KAYLA SHEA The new building for physical therapy, occupational therapy and exercise science, Edward R. Leahy Jr. Hall, was dedicated Sept. 18. The eight-story…

Sister talks death row

Sister talks death row

Published: September 25, 2015 ANNA PUCCI News Correspondent Sister Helen Prejean visited The University to discuss her experience with death row Monday. She was featured at the annual Ignation Values…

Faculty protest again

Faculty protest again

At Leahy Hall dedication, FAC rallies for ‘fair’ contract Published: September 25, 2015 KAYLA SHEA News Editor The Faculty Affairs Council protested the proposed contract by administration for the second…

Women’s soccer off to good start behind underclassmen

Published: September 18, 2015 KATHERINE MCVEIGH Sports Correspondent The women’s soccer team played its way to victory Sunday, defeating the visiting Alfred State Lady Pioneers 6-0 score. Sophomore forward Samantha…