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Scientists create new cooling textile

Elizabeth Harasym Science & Tech Editor The ability for human beings to remain at an ambient temperature while their surroundings vary drastically from hot to cold would save a tremendous…

Panda off endangered species list

ANNE KENNEDY Copy Editor The International Union for Conservation of Nature Congress recently declared that Giant Panda, Ailuropoda melanoleuca, are no longer considered an endangered species. At their meeting, the…

Criticizing France’s burkini law

Commentary by JESSICA NICKEL With tensions still high following the recent terror attacks, the French government has launched a new counterterrorism initiative. However its plan is not to go after…

North Dakota accepts pipeline harming environment, people

Commentary by JOAN CRINNION A gathering of native people is happening currently in North Dakota to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline is in dispute because of its crossing…

Kaepernick’s motives questioned

Commentary by MATTHEW DEFRENZA They say that desperate times call for desperate measures, but I refuse to believe the current state of race relations in the U.S. to be desperate…

Exchange student reflects on cultural traditions

JIMENA PACHELI Staff Writer The American continent as we know it today was founded on a series of battles that held a banner of freedom and democracy. To this day,…

Review: ‘Stranger Things’

Commentary by JEFFREY PAINE I haven’t been watching too much of Netflix’s original programming. I watched (and enjoyed) the first season of “Daredevil,” but dropped it halfway through the second…

Fall Fest kicks off semester

JESSIE ESTRELLA Staff Writer Grab your pumpkin spice lattes, because fall is on the way. Fall-Fest pumped up University students for the approaching season last Saturday, kicking off festivities on…

Late-night musician plays on campus

Richard Endico News Corespondent Performance Music at The University hosted Eddie Barbash with strings Saturday. Barbash is the alto saxophone player of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s house band…

Political race heats up in Scranton

Karolina Gomez MOHAMMED TRUITT As the first presidential debate nears, the country is tuned in to the political season. On Sept. 8 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea Clinton,…