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Students relying on smartphones

Published: February 25, 2016 MICHAEL BIANCO Staff Writer Smartphones have only continued to become more prevalent in students’ lives, with the small devices being integral in handling the barrage of…

Presidential hopeful feuds with Pope

Presidential hopeful feuds with Pope

Published: February 25, 2016 SARA MYERS Staff Writer In the days leading up to the South Carolina primary, a back-and-forth very much involved in the presidential race emerged, but not…

Contest calls for student videos about spirituality, technology

Published: February 25, 2016 MICHAEL MAZZUCA Staff Writer Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary is encouraging young adults to briefly become Steven Spielbergs. The Borromeo Seminary is presenting the inaugural John Cardinal…

Solemn silence encourages students to pray, reflect

Published: February 25, 2016 MEGHAN KERR Faith Contributer Last weekend, Campus Ministries hosted another incredible retreat at Chapman Lake. This was a two-day silent retreat led by Amy Hoegen and…

Coalition of Israeli scientists reevaluate estimate of bacteria in human microbiome

Published: February 25, 2016 CATHERINE MURRAY Staff Writer Our microbiome consists of all the microorganisms found naturally within our body. Microorganisms are important and vital in many of our organ…

Companies evolve to target millennials

Companies evolve to target millennials

Published: February 25, 2016 JORDAN REIS  Staff Writer Millennials, the generation that started around 1989, have taken over society. They want things a specific way and are not afraid to…

Zika virus spreads, causes global fear

Published: February 25, 2016 MATTHEW DAVIS Staff Writer The Zika virus outbreak has been labeled a global public health emergency by the World Health Organization in the past few weeks.…

Gravitational waves detected for first time

Gravitational waves detected for first time

Published: February 25, 2016 ALEX HABER Science & Tech Editor Over 100 years ago, Albert Einstein, Ph.D., put forth his theory of general relativity, but only now are some of…

New molecule lights the way

Published: February 25, 2016 ANNE KENNEDY Staff Writer Scientists at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have discovered molecules that fluoresce when grouped together, The New York Times reports.…

Movie review: ‘How to be Single’

Published: February 25, 2016 KELLY LAPPIN Staff Writer Gather your girlfriends and get ready to watch the new romantic comedy “How to Be Single”…but wait until it’s on Netflix. This…