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Athlete spotlight: Patricia Hoffman

Matt McGovern Staff Writer This week’s athlete of the week is a member of the women’s cross-country team. The Royals finished in third place at the Misericordia Invitational Sept. 1.…

A deeper look at PRISM

A deeper look at PRISM

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Portfolio of Responsible Investment under Student Management, or PRISM, is a club that allows students to participate in real stock market activities using endowment from…

Interest rates remain unchanged

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Federal Reserve met yesterday, and as has been a common theme of the year so far, interest rates remained unchanged. They stress that this does…

“Best iPhone yet” released

“Best iPhone yet” released

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Consumers all around the world eagerly anticipate the release of the newest iPhone during the month September of each year since 2007. On Sept 7, everyone…

Laser spectroscopy may save chicks

Laser spectroscopy may save chicks

Madeline Pfeifer Science and Tech Correspondent Some chickens are bred specifically for the purpose of laying eggs. In such cases, being hatched as a male is problematic. Male chicks serve…

Undergraduate research fair highlights faculty research on campus

Elizabeth Harasym Science and Tech Editor The Undergraduate Research Forum, which took place on Friday, consisted of an announcement of a new internal funding mechanism for faculty-student research, two panel…

Researchers discover new protein

Researchers discover new protein

Anne Kennedy Staff Writer Researchers at the University of California have recently made a discovery that could be used to develop a vaccine against the highly infectious group A Streptococcus…

Students reflects on experience in Mongolia

Commentary by Jason Palauskas “You’re going to Mongolia.” I remember my first thoughts being: Where is that? What am I going to do there? Little did I know the experience…

Madonna change aims to promote unity

Sara Myers Faith Editor Over the summer, the seating in the Madonna Della Strada Chapel was rearranged. For a few years prior, the Chapel had been in what Campus Minister…

First-year students make new connections

First-year students make new connections

Lauren McKeown Faith Correspondent Over 100 first-year students attended the Connections Retreats at Chapman Lake this past weekend. Two separate Connections retreats ran, one from Friday to Saturday and the…