SFU Students to Serve in Costa Rica and Jamaica over Spring Break

SFU Students to Serve in Costa Rica and Jamaica over Spring Break

Kaitlyn Kitchen, Staff writer

Saint Francis students, faculty and alumni will travel to Costa Rica and Jamaica on service mission trips with the HUGS (Helping the Underprivileged by Giving our Service) United program. Students from the physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant and business programs will serve...  Read More »

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SFU International Students Plan for Spring Break

February 19

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Upcoming Family Game Night offers fun for parents, children

February 19

SFU’s Toy Lending Library is hosting a Family Game Night on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 5 to 7 p.m., on...  Read More »

Larger Crowd Provides Boost to Red Flash Hoops Team

Larger Crowd Provides Boost to Red Flash Hoops Team

February 18

Saint Francis has not drawn large crowds to basketball games in recent years. On Feb. 9, however, it...  Read More »

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Upcoming Family Game Night offers fun for parents, children

McKinley Baptiste, Staff writer

SFU’s Toy Lending Library is hosting a Family Game Night on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 5 to 7 p.m., on the ground floor of the Disepio Institute. The event is open to everyone. The purpose of Family Game Night is for parents to learn what kinds of toys their children enjoy. It also allows kids to...  Read More »

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College…The Good and The Bad

Sam Kimmel

By Sam Kimmel “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.” – Forrest Gump (1994) Forrest. Gump. A man that never stopped running from a fictional movie that was released a whole year before I was even born. I swear I had no intention of starting this with a Forr...  Read More »

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Commentary: Ethical Issues Forum lacked the right perspective

Aidan Sweeney

I just got back from the Ethical Issues in the 2016 Presidential Election Forum. I am so shocked and frustrated. I went because it was in place of a class I was taking. What shocked me was the absolute bias of the panel.  There was not one conservative view represented on this panel. We were treated...  Read More »

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Exorcising Catholic Priest Stereotypes

Exorcising Catholic Priest Stereotypes

Matt Fraley

  The Altoona-Johnstown diocese has been dealing with multiple tragedies recently: various sexual abuse scandals and cover-ups from several leaders in the church. Unfortunately, the stereotype that Catholic priests everywhere are pedophiles and child abusers has resurfaced. This stereotype...  Read More »

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Greek Life Recruitment Kickoff Brings Campus Together

Greek Life Recruitment Kickoff Brings Campus Together

Sam Kimmel, Staff writer

The beginning of a new school year means the start of Greek Life recruitment season yet again. Wednesday night, JFK Student Center held its “Greek Meet and Greet” event...  Read More »

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SFU Freshman collects 6th NEC Rookie of the Week Award

Yohanny Rodriguez, Staff Writer

Keith Braxton, a 6-foot-4-inch guard for the Red Flash men’s basketball team, is enjoying a great start to his college career. On Feb. 9, Braxton recorded 12 points, four assists and seven rebounds in a loss to Wagner.  Two days later, he scored 14 points to go along with six rebounds against Northeast...  Read More »

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Larger Crowd Provides Boost to Red Flash Hoops Team

Larger Crowd Provides Boost to Red Flash Hoops Team

Andre Wolford, Staff writer

Saint Francis has not drawn large crowds to basketball games in recent years. On Feb. 9, however, it was a different environment at DeGol Arena for the Red Flash men’s Northeast Conference game against Wagner. The Red Flash forced overtime against the Seahawks, but were unable to secure the win,...  Read More »

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Defending NEC High Jump Champ Aiming for Another Conference Crow

Christian McFadden, Staff writer

Defending NEC High Jump Champ Aiming for Another Conference Crown By Christian McFadden   Saint Francis senior Nicholas Miller captured the 2016 NEC outdoor title in the high jump last spring, edging out teammate Nicholas Conway by clearing 2.02 meters at the conference finals. This...  Read More »

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Track & Field Teams ready for NEC Indoor Championships

February 17

The Dream Catcher: Tre McKeithen

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February 16

Lacrosse Team set to begin new season

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