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Students claim Valentine’s Day apathy

Commentary by CATHERINE BOMBARD Out of all the major holidays, Valentine’s Day may be the one best represented on a college campus. The holiday, synonymous with chocolate, flowers and romance…

8 ‘must-dos’ for month of November

8 ‘must-dos’ for month of November

Commentary by Catherine Natale 1. No Shave November No Shave November is the increase in hair growth to raise awareness to cancer patients who lose their hair due to treatment.…

Gift suggestions for holiday season

Commentary by Laura Riemer The semester is rapidly coming to an end, and it is a bittersweet time for students. Finals are approaching, and we are about to say goodbye…

Student travels life-changing

Student travels life-changing

Commentary by Shannon Bowen Six months ago I was lost in every sense of the word. I was spiraling downwards into a dark place, a place that proves very difficult…

Film Review: ‘Doctor Strange’

Commentary by Yun-Chen Chang Feature films produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures are usually released before or during the “summer war,” but their 14th…

Students attend ‘Pet a Puppy’ event

Students attend  ‘Pet a Puppy’ event

Lauren Archibald Arts & Life Correspondent Students at the University were overwhelmed with cuteness Friday as they got up close and personal with service dogs in training. The “Pet a…

Liva Arts Company to present fall musical ‘Children of Eden’

Emma Silva Co-Arts & Life Editor Liva Arts Company performs ‘Children of Eden’ Nov. 10 through Nov. 12 at Elm Park Methodist Church. The performances take place on Thursday and…

University students experience foreign Congolese culture

Jimena Pacheli Staff Writer Last Saturday at Scranton´s Cultural Center, several University offices and departments together with Terra Preta Restaurant, Catholic Social Services of the Diocese of Scranton, Lackawanna College´s…

Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature: A Bold Statement

Commentary by Cody Sacks In the 1960s, teenager Bob Dylan began his musical career in Greenwich Village and steadily grew into the incredibly prolific folk singer/songwriter that the world recognizes…

Clowns cause fear worldwide

Commentary By Francis Petrucci Clowns are appearing across the U.S. – and now, even the all over the world, from Europe to Australia. Is this Viral Marketing? Government Conspiracy? People…