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“Grey’s Anatomy” returns for ABC’s “TGIT”

Published: October 2, 2015 JESSIE ESTRELLA Arts and Life Correspondent “Grey’s Anatomy” returned for its 12th season on Sept. 24, and marked its first season without beloved character (SPOILER ALERT):…

Getting to know DeNaples employees: Meet Jeff Smith of third floor

Published: October 2, 2015 KELLY LAPPIN Arts and Life Correspondent You know him as the pasta boy and “Jeff from DeNaples.” Jeff Smith, an employee at the Mediterranean station on…

CHEW’s “Healthier U Day” kicks off year on Dionne Green

CHEW’s “Healthier U Day”  kicks off year on Dionne Green

Published: October 2, 2015 JESSIE KOERNER Staff Writer The Center for Health, Education and Wellness, also known as CHEW, kicked off its year of events with Healthier U Day on…

Find your water: fishing in the Scranton community

Find your water: fishing in the Scranton community

Published: October 2, 2015 TIMOTHY POOLE Arts and Life Correspondent Frustrated, patient, contemplative, anxious, greedy, adventurous, elated and heartbroken—these are the many states in which you will find a fisherman on…

Psychology majors put your hands up

Published: October 2, 2015 Commentary by ERIN ALEXANDER  I recently decided to change my major from neuroscience to psychology, and the amount of backlash I’ve received is disgusting. People don’t…

Trump’s immigration policies draw criticism

Trump’s immigration policies draw criticism

Published: October 2, 2015 Commentary by BRETT AURIEMMA For the past 21 and a half years, I’ve tried my best to understand or at least find some reason in everyone’s…

Great man bun debate continues

Published: October 2, 2015 Commentary by CAILIN POTAMI These tumultuous times have shown that even the closest of communities, like The University, can fall victim to polarizing dilemmas. I am…

Recognizing research as service activity

Published: October 2, 2015 Commentary by ANNE KENNEDY On Wednesday night, I attended a Health Professions Organization meeting in which Thomas Hogan, Ph.D., a professor in the psychology department, said…

Education extends beyond classroom

Education extends beyond classroom

Courses provide foundation, not full education Published: October 2, 2015 Commentary by MATTHEW REYNOLDS I am currently preparing to attend, and present at, the American Society for Cell Biology annual…

Students stretch stress away

Students stretch stress away

Published: October 2, 2015 JOE EVANS Historian For thousands of years, yoga has kept the most elite warriors, monks and athletes in top condition. Today, this same practice is accessable…