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Speaker talks about faith and service in El Salvador

BY RUTH DAVID STAFF WRITER The University hosted Francisco Mena Urgate, the executive director of Christians for Peace (CRISPAZ) in El Salvador Sept. 19 as part of USPB’s Mission &…

Rev. Pilarz to resign from Marquette after two years

BY CHRISTINA SCULLY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF In a surprise announcement, Rev. Scott Pilarz, S.J., resigned Friday as the 23rd president of Marquette University after two years of serving in this position. Before…

Club council kicks off year with pizza, makes big plans for school year

BY DANA RANNEY NEWS CORRESPONDENT The fall’s first Club Council meeting kicked off with a surprise special guest Thursday, Sept. 19. Before getting down to business, the coordinator for clubs,…

Authors speak about homelessness

BY ELIANA SAKS STAFF WRITER Former New York Times reporter Tina Kelley and president of Covenant House Kevin Ryan spoke Thursday in a lecture aimed at first-year students to promote…

Michael Mulhall memorial 5K scheduled for October 5

BY LAUREN GIUNTA NEWS CORRESPONDENT Friends, family and the Scranton community will honor the life of a University alumnus at the second annual Michael Mulhall 5K run/ walk in October.…

Professor presents at international philosophy conference

BY LAURA FAY NEWS EDITOR A University professor discussed great philosophers while walking in their footsteps and exploring their city this summer. Richard Klonoski, Ph.D., of the philosophy department, presented…

Journalist provides industry tips to University students

BY COLLEEN DAY MANAGING EDITOR More than 50 students packed Loyola Science Center classroom to hear Tina Kelley, journalist of 23 years and author of “Almost Home,” discuss her career…

Provost to return to classroom

BY CHRISTINA SCULLY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Vice President for Academic Affairs of The University Harold W. Baillie, Ph.D., will step down from his position effective Feb. 1, 2014. The University community received…

Advertising alumni return to campus

BY RUTH DAVID STAFF WRITER The Advertising Club had its third annual Advertising Day last Saturday and welcomed six recent alumni back to campus to give undergraduate students career advice.…

University launches online club system

BY DANA RANNEY NEWS CORRESPONDENT Are you tired of dealing with massive amounts of required paperwork for your club or organization? Or do you wish you had a way to…