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New type of E.L.F. cosmetics hit shelf

New type of E.L.F. cosmetics hit shelf

Commentary by Ariana Berardi When it comes to makeup, every girl has her go-to brand, a brand name that she could swear by and recommend to anyone. The thing about…

Marvel better than DC

Marvel better than DC

Commentary by Joan Crinnion After the release of Batman vs. Superman and Suicide Squad, it seems like the DC extended universe (DCEU) just cannot get itself started off. The movie…

Why are we so infatuated with social media?

Why are we so infatuated with social media?

Commentary by Sergio Caceres Mostly everyone in 2016 uses social media in many ways. There are many different apps that do different things such as Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.…

Fashion Column: Fall looks

Commentary by Laura Riemer Every season brings upon change. As we move from summer to fall, you can see the leaves turning, the weather becoming chillier, Starbucks bringing out their…

Student reflects on fall traditions

Commentary by Jimena Pacheli August is gone, we’re halfway through September and October will be coming really soon. These are more than just three months in the year. These months…

Music Festival Rocks Montage Mountain

Music Festival Rocks Montage Mountain

Peter Shaver Staff Writer The inaugural Outlaw Music Festival took place Sunday at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain, attracting musicians and fans from throughout the region and beyond it. Despite…

Toast2Scranton returns

Commentary by Lauren Welkie University Advancement and The Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development collaborated last Friday to kick off The University’s second annual Toast2Scranton event. The McIlhenny Ballroom…

Students react to Healthier U Day

Kelly Ross Staff Writer The Center for Health Education and Wellness sponsored the second annual Healthier U Day on the Dionne Green on Sept. 16. The event was a celebration…

University Police sponsor first Campus Safety Day

Luke Kropp News Co-Editor The University of Scranton Police Department sponsored its first annual Campus Safety Awareness Day on Tuesday. University Police and several student services assembled to offer crime…

Ravizza gives Ignatian Values lecture

Anna Pucci Staff Writer Mark Ravizza, S.J., keynote speaker at the Ignatian Values in Action lecture, spoke on “Depth, Imagination and the Risk of Jesuit Education” Sept. 15 in the…