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Research debunks vaccination causing autism

Published: November 13, 2015 CATHERINE MURRAY Science & Tech Editor Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental brain disorder presented by a myriad of symptoms including difficulty with social interaction,…

Professor talks about environment

Published: November 13, 2015 MATTHEW DAVIS Science & Tech Correspondent Climate Change in the Artic: What Does it Mean For Plants and People? Recently, Ned Fetcher, Ph.D., from Wilkes University…

Fantasy sports challenged

Published: November 13, 2015 WILL HORN Business Editor In the last decade, fantasy sports have entered the spotlight and have been garnering lots of support among people throughout the country.…

Valeant Pharmacuticals fails after bad practices

Valeant Pharmacuticals fails after bad practices

Published: November 13, 3015 JORDAN DEN HERDER Staff Writer So far, 2015 has been a crazy ride for most of the market. However it seems many stocks have finally recovered…

Fantasy sports meets first large challenge

Published: November 13, 2015 WILL HORN Business Editor In the long and ongoing General Motors ignition switch scandal, a recent update says that GM may face punitive damages costing the…

Susan Athey speaks at Henry George Lecture

Susan Athey speaks at Henry George Lecture

Published: November 13, 2015 NATALIE RUSSO Staff Writer The University’s department of economics and finance held its 30th annual Henry George Lecture on Wednesday. In the past, many influential speakers,…

Review: Bond disappoints in ‘Spectre’

Published: November 13, 2015 YUN-CHEN CHANG Arts and Life Correspondent Released on Nov. 6, a week after Halloween, the latest James Bond feature film, “Spectre” is not meant to scare…

Students host fashion show to benefit Leahy Clinic

Published: November 13, 2015 LAUREN WELKIE Arts and Life Correspondent The Edward R. Leahy Jr. Center Clinic for The Uninsured held its first ever benefit event, a fashion show, at…

Award-winning playwright captivates Scranton

Award-winning playwright captivates Scranton

Published: November 13, 2015   JESSIE ESTRELLA Staff Writer Virginia Grise, a writer, performer and teacher came to The University on Nov. 11, for her event “An Artist’s Statement,” located…

The University hosts bone marrow drive

Published: November 13, 2015 Commentary by Shannon Bowen      Every three minutes, a baby, child or adult is diagnosed with a type of blood cancer. 480 people each day, 20…