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Walgreens, Rite Aid to merge

Walgreens, Rite Aid to merge

Published: November 6, 2015 LOUIS BELARDI Business Correspondent In an audacious move, on Tuesday, Oct. 27 pharmacy mainstay Walgreens acquired Rite Aid in a proposed deal worth 17.2 billion. If…

Roba’s Family Farms provides fall fun for students

Published: November 6, 2015 CATHERINE BOMBARD Campus Comment Editor Throughout the fall season, a popular excursion among University students is taking a trip to Roba’s Family Farms in North Abington…

‘The Book of Mormon’ delivers religious satire to Scranton cultural center

Published: November 6, 2015 JOE EVANS Historian It takes a special type of Broadway musical to capture the same audience that tunes in to “South Park.” “The Book of Mormon”…

YouTube sensation Noah Guthrie performs on campus

YouTube sensation Noah Guthrie performs on campus

Published: November 6, 2015 TIMOTHY POLLE  & EMMA SILVA Emerging and talented singer-songwriter Noah Guthrie performed Tuesday night in a coffeehouse event hosted by USPB, attracting a big crowd of…

Pumpkin spice obsession doubles

Pumpkin spice obsession doubles

Published: November 6, 2015 Commentary by JESSICA NICKEL Pumpkins have been a symbol of fall in American culture for generations. From jack-o-lanterns at Halloween to pie at Thanksgiving, pumpkins are…

Student considers study abroad invaluabe experience

Published: November 6, 2015 Commentary by MARY BAURKOT Last semester, I had the privilege of studying abroad in Twickenham, a little town right outside of central London. I had only…

Student pleads for heckling to cease

Published: November 6, 2015 Commentary by JOE EVANS Just once, one time, I would like to walk through the Denaples Center without being harassed. Everyone has experienced it. Some days…

Desperately seeking constituents

Desperately seeking constituents

De Blasio’s Twitter account conveys false sincerity toward the Mets Published: November 6, 2015 Commentary by MATTHEW DEFRENZA There is a long-running sentiment that it is impolite to discuss politics…

Scranton employment rates soar

Published: November 6, 2015 STEVEN DEPRIMO Aquinas Correspondent One main concern with students today is how likely they are to either get a job, or be accepted into another school…

Students notice rise in price for convenient goods

Students notice rise in price for convenient goods

Published: November 6, 2015 KAYLA SHEA News Editor Students question why prices are higher in The University’s P.O.D. Market than in nearby grocery stores. With the P.O.D.’s two locations on…