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Program tests yoga benefits

Laura Freedman Staff Writer Assistant professor Scherezade Mama from Penn State University will conduct a 14-week yoga-based program. The program, called “Harmony & Health,” is aimed to increase physical activity…

Students prepare to fight cancer

Relay for Life participants raise money for annual event Laura Freedman Staff Writer The University will be hosting Relay for Life on April 21 and 22. This 12-hour event will…

Multicultural Center honors Black History Month

Lauren Gallagher News Co-Editor In honor of Black History Month, The University’s Multicultural Center organized various events for students and community members to attend throughout the month of February. In…

Writer begins Schemel Forum

PETER SHAVER Staff Writer Jay Rosen, Ph.D., a cultural critic and writer, arrived in Scranton on Friday to kick-off Schemel Forum with “The People Formerly Known as Audience and the…

Presidential Search continues, students remain in dark

JEFFREY PAINE Staff Writer Philip Judge, chair of the Presidential Search Committee, announced in an email sent Feb. 7 that the committee is on track to announce The University’s next…

C-SPAN bus visits campus

C-SPAN bus visits campus

Steven DePrimo Web Manager The C-SPAN Campaign 2016 Bus stopped at The University Friday to teach students about the election process and help them learn about the presidential candidates from…

Professor speaks, alumna wins award at regional environmental conference

Lauren Gallagher News Co-Editor A University alumna and professor was featured at the 26th Annual Environmental Partnership Awards Dinner held at the Woodlands Inn and Resort in Wilkes-Barre. At the…

Student concerned over increased notification of criminal activity

Student concerned over increased notification of criminal activity

Anna Pucci Staff Writer An increase in reported crime in the Hill Section this semester concerns University students living off campus. Many Hill Section residents were disappointed with the lack…

Students react to Trump victory

Students react to Trump victory

Mohammed Truitt Staff Writer Students are reacting to the news of President – elect Donald J. Trump acquiring enough electoral votes on Tuesday night to become the 45th president of…

Anne Frank lecture reveals hidden side of history

Brian Clifford News Correspondent When discussing victims of the brutal Holocaust, Anne Frank always seems to be one of the first that comes to anyone’s mind. Oren Baruch Stier, Ph.D.,…