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Royal Card under review

Steven DePrimo News Co-Editor The usage of the Royal Card at downtown businesses will be under review after a technology change at The University. Local businesses and organizations in the…

NFL fantasy football rundown

Commentary By Christian McVeigh Finally, the 2016 NFL season is here, but more importantly, the 2016 fantasy football season is here. Whether you love or hate your team, a lot…

Swim team’s search for coach continues

MITCHELL DEMYTRK Sports Correspondent The University’s swim team will be hiring a new head coach for the upcoming season. The previous coaching position was part-time, while the new coaching position…

Men’s soccer team attacks year’s competition

RYAN DISDIER Sports Co-Editor Through five games, The Univ ersity’s men’s soccer team has yet to lose. While that is an impressive feat in its own right, the accomplishment carries…

University hosts elite basketball recruiting camp

Anna Pucci Staff Writer The University’s men’s basketball team hosted an elite recruiting camp in the John J. Long Center Saturday. Head Coach Carl Danzig and Assistant Coach Ryan Van…

ITT wrecked

Will Horn Business Editor Emeritus ITT Technical Institute of Technology shut down all of its campuses Sept. 6. This was due to a variety of issues including it being investigated…

Scranton revives downtown

Jordan Reis Business Editor Downtown Scranton is more lively than ever before. In the recent months small business owners have been choosing the downtown area to start-up, relocate and expand.…

University Graduate reflects on importance of spiritual direction

Michael Goonan Alumnus Those who knew me during my days in Scranton would be unlikely to identify me as a pious person. While I was baptized and confirmed in the…

Student observes alternatives to Madonna

Lauren McKeown Faith Correspondent There are many different types of churches surrounding The University and it is important to find a place where you feel at home. Coming to college…

Newly discovered planet orbits Earth’s closest star

Alex Haber Staff Writer Interstellar space travel has long been a dream of science fiction writers and scientists alike. That dream may soon come true with the discovery of a…