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Rabbi on campus discusses productive dialogue between Muslims and Jews

Published: November 6, 2015 SHANNON BOWEN News Correspondent On Tuesday, Rabbi Burton L. Visotzky gave a Jewish Studies lecture, called “Reflections on Jewish-Muslim Relations in America,” in the Pearn Auditorium…

Former professor sues The University

Published: November 6, 2015 STEVEN DEPRIMO Staff Writer A former professor at The University has filed a federal lawsuit against the school claiming he was fired and denied tenure because…

Students smoke E-Cigs out of curiousity, study suggests

Students smoke E-Cigs out of curiousity, study suggests

Published: November 6, 2015 NICOLE DITOLLA News Correspondent Ever wonder why some college students smoke electronic cigarettes? A new study, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, suggests that 91.6 percent…

Faculty contract settled

Published: November 6. 2015 KAYLA SHEA News Editor The Faculty Affairs Council members voted in approval of the tentative agreement on the faculty contract, ending months of negotiation. The electronic…

Field hockey’s season ends in semifinals

Published: November 6, 2015 RYAN DISDIER Sports Editor The University’s field hockey team’s incredible season ended Wednesday night against Elizabethtown College in the Landmark Conference Semifinals. The Elizabethtown Blue Jays…

Men’s soccer wins 2-0, advances to conference final

Published: November 6, 2015 RYAN DISDIER Sports Editor The University’s men’s soccer team advanced to the Landmark Conference Finals after beating Susquehanna 2-0 Tuesday night. The team was led by…

Women’s soccer advances to championship

Women’s soccer advances to championship

Published: November 6, 2015 CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI Editor-in-Chief In a rematch of last year’s Landmark Conference semifinal, the women’s soccer team defeated Elizabethtown 1-0 in double overtime at home Wednesday. The…

Volleyball falls to Susquehanna

Published: November 6, 2015 RYAN DISDIER Sports Editor The volleyball team ended its remarkable season in a 3-0 loss to Susquehanna University in the Landmark Conference semifinals Wednesday night. Susquehanna…