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Concert Band enthralls audience

Published: November 20, 2015   NINA ABATE Staff Writer A diverse selection of music pieces were performed by The University Concert Band on Saturday, Nov. 14, featuring non-music major student…

‘Baltimore Waltz’ finds humor in suffering

‘Baltimore Waltz’ finds humor in suffering

Published: November 20, 2015   Commentary by CAILIN POTAMI Faith Editor The University Players took audiences on a heart-rending and often hilarious trip through Europe alongside brother and sister pair…

Keeping up with building ‘Mizzou’ hostility

Keeping up with building ‘Mizzou’ hostility

Published: November 20, 2015 Commentary by JOE EVANS By now, I’m pretty sure that nearly everyone has heard about the situation at the University of Missouri. At the very least,…

In light of Paris, Americans to decide on refugees

Published: November 20, 2015 Commentary by KELLY ROSS Arguably one of the biggest decisions for President Barack Obama and Congress has further pushed America and governors of states into opposing…

‘Holidays’ skewing Hanukkah into Christmas

Published: November 20, 2015 Commentary by ELIANA SAKS The term “holidays” on the surface seems to be an inclusive and politically correct term, but it is incorrect and offensive. I…

Holding Her Campus Scranton Accountable

Holding Her Campus Scranton Accountable

Student addresses derogatory nature of select Her Campus Scranton content Published: November 20, 2015 Commentary by MATTHEW DEFRENZA Now, I don’t mean to step on any toes, offend anyone personally,…

Syria reviewed: the collapse of a nation

Published: November 2015 ZACH DYER Staff Writer Syria is crumbling – having been destroyed over a combination of years of resistance by the Assad regime, massive amounts of fighting, not…

PCPS students enjoy employment

Published: November 20, 2015 STEVE DEPRIMO Staff Writer Imagine that you are walking to class on a cold and snowy day in December. The snow is falling ever so slowly…

Fulbright professors use global experience to enhance education

Published: November 20, 2015 ANNA PUCCI Staff Writer Fulbright professors teach from personal experiences rather than a textbook. As they teach languages from their native country, a handful of professors…

Students question topics media cover

Published: November 20, 2015 BRENDAN DOYLE News Correspondent After much soul searching, a first-year college student just declared her major in business. Though she arrived at the school undecided, she…