SFU Humans: Monica and Anna Lohmann

SFU Humans: Monica and Anna Lohmann

Teresa Narduzzi

When searching for a college, two identical sisters were intrigued by the six-year Physical Therapy program at a small Catholic campus in a little town among the mountains of Pennsylvania. Now sophomores, Monica and Anna Lohmann are thriving as PT students and Division 1 track sprinters at Saint Francis...

October 19, 2017No Comments

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SFU Humans: Urska Medvesek

SFU Humans: Urska Medvesek

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SFU Humans: Randall Frye

SFU Humans: Randall Frye

October 2, 2017

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Survey reveals mixed feelings among Saint Francis students regarding symbols of Southern Confederacy

Survey reveals mixed feelings among Saint Francis students regarding symbols of Southern Confederacy

Shelby Bowen, Staff writer

Charlottesville, Virginia, was the site of one of the largest white supremacist protests in recent history on Aug. 12.  The protest turned violent when white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters.  Two people were killed and more than 30 were injured. White nationalists and their supporters...

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Should Le’veon Bell be a long-term Steeler?

Erik Walker

Pittsburgh Steelers’ star running back Le’veon Bell has recently signed a franchise tag agreement, which makes Bell a Steeler for at least one more season. Bell is a great running back and arguably a top three back in the NFL today. However, if the Steelers plan to sign him long-tern next year,...

March 21, 2017No Comments

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...

February 15, 2017No Comments

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...

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A Day in Her Shoes event raises money and concerns on campus

A Day in Her Shoes event raises money and concerns on campus

By Sam Kimmel, Editor

The Psi Upsilon fraternity hosted its fourth annual “A Day in Her Shoes” walk on April 21. The walk culminated a week-long philanthropic event that is geared toward raising...

April 30, 2017No Comments

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Red Flash Men’s Basketball approaching an exciting season

Red Flash Men’s Basketball approaching an exciting season

Deon Baker

With a traumatic ending to the season last year, which was one of the best seasons in over 20 years, the Red Flash men’s basketball team is very excited to get started this season, especially after holding the first home playoff game in 26 years. The Red Flash made it to the NEC Championship game for the first...

October 2, 2017No Comments

Survey suggests majority of SFU students disapprove of anthem protests at NFL games

Survey suggests majority of SFU students disapprove of anthem protests at NFL games

Zach Salek

Shortly before the debate over players’ national anthem protests prior to NFL games exploded onto the national scene, Saint Francis students weighed in regarding their thoughts on this form of public dissent. In a mid-September survey on football-related issues conducted by Saint Francis students...

September 27, 2017No Comments

Last-Second Field Goal Ends DeGol Field Win Streak for SFU Football

Last-Second Field Goal Ends DeGol Field Win Streak for SFU Football

Sam Kimmel, Staff writer

Loretto was host to an instant classic on Saturday, Sept. 16, with a football game that was decided on a field goal as time expired. That, however, may not be what most people remember from this game. Towson ended a 10-game home win streak for Saint Francis (2-1) at DeGol Field after a recent rule...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Women’s soccer hosts Soccer Without Borders event

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11th Sheetz Sports4Kids Day a success

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SFU softball wins 13 in a row

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