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Student cars towed, Fines surpass $300

Student cars towed, Fines surpass $300

Steven Deprimo News Co-Editor Many students faced fines upward of $300 to retrieve their cars Oct. 19 when the city of Scranton towed more than 30 cars parked on Vine…

New swimming and diving coach excited for year

New swimming and diving coach excited for year

Ryan Disdier Sports Co-Editor After an extensive search, The University named Mark Yankovich the new head coach of the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in late September. Yankovich…

Women’s soccer remains strong

Women’s soccer remains strong

Mitchell Demtyrk Staff Writer The University’s women’s soccer team has achieved heights that very few Royals teams have reached in team history. The 2016 campaign for The University’s women’s soccer…

University student previews NHL season

Commentary By Dan Valentino A new NHL season is upon us, which means this is the time of the year where people make their predictions for the upcoming season. This…

Athlete Spotlight: Brittany Cafiero

Jill Wall Sports Co-Editor Senior setter Brittany Cafiero helped The University’s women’s volleyball team clinch a hard-fought playoff spot with two important victories Friday against Elizabethtown College and Moravian College.…

Student predicts recession

Comentary by Will Horn In June 2009, the recession caused by the financial crisis of 2008 was finally over. However, the country as a whole still has not fully recovered…

CAT leadership shifts

Jordan Reis Business Editor Amid the recent trouble faced by Caterpillar, or CAT, was news that their CEO of six years has announced that he is retiring at the end…

Hart, Holmstrom win prize in economics

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Nobel Prize is widely considered one of the highest honors available in the science, literature and philanthropic communities. The prizes are awarded every year, with…

Students lead prayer-centered workouts

Victoria Gazzillo Mary Kate Halligan Praying and working out may not be typically associated with one another, but juniors Victoria Gazzillo and Mary Kate Halligan think differently. In fall of…

Student reflects on first men’s retreat

Commentary by Justine Cardino Sixteen men took the opportunity to attend The University’s first ever Soul Men’s Retreat this past weekend. Here on campus there is an overwhelming difference between…