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Student: Drop your broker

Commentary by Marc Palucci Do you want money to work for you? Do you want to start a retirement portfolio that will build a nest until you’re able to fly?…

Tesla’s profits short circuit

Patrick Budicini Staff Writer It seems Elon Musk, renowned co-founder and CEO of the luxury electric car manufacturer Tesla, gets increasingly ambitious with each new year. In 2017 alone, he…

JC Penney to close over one hundred stores

Abbey Murphy Staff Writer JC Penney plans to close up to 140 stores. The continuous strength of online shopping weakened department stores such as Macy’s, Kmart, Sears and now JC…

Student reflects on meaning of Lent

Commentary By Nora Backus In today’s constantly evolving society, things such as religion and religious traditions are often lost due to our generation’s fast pace. It is hard for us,…

Meet the Jesuits: Patrick Rogers, S.J.

Lauren McKeown Staff Writer The Rev. Dr. Patrick D. Rogers, S.J., just recently became the executive director at The University’s Jesuit Center this past intersession. Formerly working at Scranton Preparatory…

Two-hour marathon becomes feasible

Cody Sacks Staff Writer A two-hour marathon has been in the minds of elite distance runners since the American running boom of the 1970’s but only recently has that dream…

Homeopathic treatments prove harmful

Alex haber Staff Writer Homeopathic drugs offer alternative ways to treat a variety of ailments through the use of natural compounds rather than lab-produced drugs, but the lack of regulation…

Seven new planets discovered

Anne Kennedy Staff Writer A group of scientists from around the world recently announced the discovery of seven earth-sized planets orbiting around a relatively nearby star. TRAPPIST-1A is an ultra-cool…

Trump’s start concerns student

Commentary By Brett Auriemma Overwhelming. That’s the only word I can think of to summarize the amount of information I’ve seen and heard about the administration of the 45th President…

Student combats commuter parking options

Commentary By Devin Wood The University Parking Services department sent out an e-mail to every student with a parking permit on Feb. 23. Most of the e-mail contained reminders of…