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Flu season arrives at The University in full force

BRIAN CLIFFORD Staff Writer In the last week or two, all students received an email from The University notifying them that the flu is spreading around campus in large numbers.…

EU faces economic turmoil

Peter Zabiegala Business Correspondent Many of the so called “PIGS” countries (Portugal, Italy, Greece & Spain) have been having a hard time with debt, unemployment and economic growth, especially since…

Nordstrom pulls Trump clothing line

Abbey Murphy Business Correspondent Various department stores started to stop selling completely or distance themselves from the first daughter’s clothing line. TJ Maxx, Sears, Kmart, Nordstrom and Neimann Marcus are…

Trump shakes up trade agreements

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. A day that will likely go down as one of the most shocking days in United States political history. It is the…

Student reflects on Christian identity

Commentary by Sara Myers Growing up, I always identified as a Roman Catholic. I was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church, I went to mass there every week, I received…

Cell waste-removal defects explain Neurodegenerative diseases

Madeline Pfeifer Staff Writer Neurons, specialized cells of the nervous system, are generally capable of partaking in a sort of cellular waste-disposal system. In this process, the cell is organized…

Conservatives create carbon tax proposal

Elizabeth Harasym Science & Tech Editor Recent studies, such as those published in the journal Science, confirm the reality that rising global temperatures are the result of increased global-warming emissions.…

Researchers compete for CRISPR gene-editing technology patent

Cody Sacks Staff Writer In the past few decades, medical attention began to shift from developing pharmaceuticals that target proteins to developing techniques to directly editing the genes that code…

Swimming, diving teams head to championships

MATT MCGOVERN Staff Writer The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have both qualified for the Landmark Conference Championships. This season the men’s team has a record of 4-5…

Men’s basketball nears successful end to season

As Royals complete another winning season, Danzig hits 300 career wins JILL WALL Sports Co-Editor The University’s men’s basketball team is in the midst of a historic season as a…

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