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Sports complex construction begins

LAURA FREEDMAN Staff Writer The University will break ground on its South Side Sports Complex on March 2, 2017. The groundbreaking ceremony for the new sports complex will start at…

Panuska dies at 89

CONOR HURLEY News Correspondent The Rev. Joseph Allan Panuska, S.J., passed Tuesday in Philadelphia of natural causes. He was the longest serving president of the University. He was 89 years…

Sewage blockage closes POD

KELLY ROSS News Co-Editor The Mulberry Food Court and POD closed over the weekend due to facility issues. Students can purchase sandwiches, salads and barbeque-type food from the Mulberry Food…

CAMPUS GOES DARK

Lauren Gallagher News Co-Editor The University experienced a campus-wide power failure Monday night. Lights flickered in some on-campus buildings, but in others the lights were completely out for over an…

On this day in sports history: February 23

FEBRUARY 23. 1985 LUKE KROPP Sports Co-Editor On this day in 1985, The University women’s basketball team defeated Gettysburg College, 68-55, to win the Middle Atlantic Conference. The 1984-85 Lady…

Simulation raises awareness for refugees

Meryl Paine Staff Writer The Campus Ministries’ Center for Service and Social Justice, along with the Catholic Relief Services Student Ambassadors, will be hosting the Refugee Simulation this Friday. The…

New street lights brighten the Electric City

Nicole Ditolla Staff Writer The Electric city is replacing their light bulbs. Scranton is replacing more than 6,200 bulbs in their street lights for more energy-efficient LED bulbs. The cost…

University and local college team up The University and Lackawanna College sign transfer agreement

University and local college team up The University and Lackawanna College sign transfer agreement

Kelly Ross News Co-Editor The University signed a credit-transfer agreement with Lackawanna College on Feb. 15th. The agreement, known as a Memorandum of Understanding, is designed to help graduating Lackawanna…

Royals get fit

Laura Freedman Staff Writer About 1,000 faculty and students have committed to The University’s Fitness Challenge. The Fitness Challenge, sponsored by the Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW), kicked…

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.…