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Isolated beef cells grown in culture used to make hamburgers

Published: February 18, 2016 LIZ HARASYM Staff Writer Scientists have found evidence of early human beings consuming meat that dates as far back as 2.5 million years ago. The addition…

Ocean temperatures rise

Published: February 18, 2016 Links to stronger hurricanes ALEX HABER Science & Tech Editor Increased global emissions of carbon dioxide have led to the increase in the average yearly temperature…

Researchers postulate planet beyond Pluto

Researchers postulate planet beyond Pluto

Published: February 18, 2016 ANNIE KENNEDY Staff Writer Scientists from the California Institute of Technology have discovered evidence suggesting the existence of a large planet beyond Pluto. Mike Brown, Ph.D.,…

19 Days Later: Student reflects on studying abroad in Scranton

Published: February 18, 2016 Commentary by JIMENA PACHELI “Don’t expect anything. Studying abroad is a unique experience and it´s like a blank notebook: just fill it with everything you can.”…

Review: Elton John’s ‘Wonderful Crazy Night’

Review: Elton John’s ‘Wonderful Crazy Night’

Published: February 18, 2016 MATTHEW REYNOLDS Staff Writer Elton John releases his newest studio album “Wonderful Crazy Night” this month, and its infectious positivity offers a sharp break from the…

Taylor Swift nails 58th Grammy Awards

Published: February 18, 2016 CHIH HAO HUANG  Arts and Life Correspondent The 58th Grammy Awards took place on Feb. 15. Although it was a Monday night, as a music lover, there…

Review: Keep your cool when ‘Deadpool’ fools

Published: February 18. 2016 YUN-CHEN CHANG Staff Writer Before Captain America tells superhero addicts to watch their language in “Civil War,” Marvel Studios bombards fans with a considerable amount of…

‘Grease’ is the word: An inside look at Liva Arts Company spring musical

Published: February 18, 2016 CATHERINE MOSCATT Staff Writer A classical musical and popular 70s movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, “Grease” has long been a staple of pop…

V-Day: Not all chocolates and roses

V-Day: Not all chocolates and roses

Published: February 18, 2016 JESSIE ESTRELLA Staff Writer In elementary school, Valentine’s Day was always an exciting day. You would get to school, and set up a bag on your…

Student comments on gender equality in Selective Service

Published: February 18, 2016 Commentary by JESSICA NICKEL The Grand Old Party debate last week in New Hampshire touched on a variety of controversial issues, however there was one topic…