Another semester has come to a close! This week, we helped lighten the mood of finals week by providing our students with some notes of inspiration and breakfast for dinner. We are also helping our seniors get prepared for senior week and graduation! Read on to learn more. Continue reading
By: Michele Schulmeister and Jessica Perillo
Campaigning for the Spring 2016 Elections began last week! We contacted some of this year’s candidates who each told us one thing that they wanted voters to know.
This past week, students celebrated a victory (go Lady Royals!) and did everything from engage in a refugee simulation to attend a talk by David Donoghue, Ambassador of Ireland to the United Nations. Keep reading to hear more about these things, learn more about our incredible mock trial team and see photos from cannoli night, the refugee simulation and the women’s championship basketball game. Are you thinking of running for student government? Get advice from Bella Dolente, vice president of the junior class, below!
With #USGRAD16 getting closer, we’re taking time to talk to our graduating seniors and find out more about their experience at Scranton. From favorite moments and lessons to advice for younger students, see what our seniors have to say!
Q&A with a Graduating Senior: Elizabeth (Liz) Pinzka
By: Michele Schulmeister
Christmas is officially here at the U! Keep reading to find out how we kicked off the holidays with tradition, carols and more. Be sure to check out this semester’s photos on Flickr!
Campus Corner is going on hiatus, as correspondents will be on holiday break. Look for new issues of Campus Corner in February 2016! Royal News will be back in January. Happy holidays, Royals!
It was a great week here on campus. It’s incredible to see prospective students and know that we were in their shoes at one point, taking tours and meeting faculty.
Read on to learn about how students stay involved by welcoming others to campus, and how—as November approaches—we are preparing for the season of giving! Continue reading