Spring has sprung in Scranton and our community has taken advantage of the warmer weather, lounging on the Dionne Green and studying under purple umbrellas. The community also came together to celebrate Holi, or the “Festival of Colors.” Read on to learn more about the tradition and other events that took place this week.
As the semester winds down, watch for our #USGRAD16 coverage and, SENIORS, don’t forget to the hashtag when posting about your senior memories or upcoming graduation!
See photos from the semester here.
Everyone loves a Ball Roll! (Or is it just us here at The University of Scranton?!) Check out coverage of the event below.
Also, Earth Week is upon us! The University is hosting many events and activities this week to bring about ecological awareness and promote sustainability. To see a list of events for the week, click hereand read on to see how our Scranton community got involved this past week to better our world.
And, as always, check out photos on our Flickr page.
Let the festivities begin! This week kicks off a month’s worth of events celebrating Earth Day! The events, which are open to the Scranton community, revolve around the theme, “Climate Change, a Time for Change.” Interested in attending? Read on for more info!
Campaigning for the spring 2016 student government elections is fully underway! Tomorrow is Election Day; be sure to vote. Voting is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Not sure who will best represent you and your interests? Read on to meet the candidates!
Continue reading to find out more about Election Day and some of the other events that took place on and off campus this week and see photos from the semester so far, on Flickr.
By: Jessica Perillo and Michele Schulmeister
You may see him preaching on Sundays or wandering around campus strumming his guitar. Rev. Richard Malloy, S.J., is not only known on campus as “Father Rick,” the University chaplain, but also as an enthusiastic, energetic member of the Scranton family with a great sense of humor . Just as he feels lucky to be a priest, we are lucky to have a man with such a big heart. Read on to find out what a typical Sunday is like for Fr. Rick! Continue reading
We hope you had a great spring break and are getting back into the swing of things!
Wondering what other Scranton students did last week? We asked around. People worked, performed service, lounged and played sports in cities and beaches here in the U.S. and abroad.