Gubio space reopens

Gubio space reopens

Teresa Narduzzi, Staff writer

The Student Government Association and Residence Life held a grand re-opening ceremony for the Gubio Study Lounge in the basement of Francis Hall on March 18. Café Gubio closed at the end of the 2016 academic year after the Adamucci Café was created as part of the Schwab Hall renovations. The...  Read More »

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ENACTUS advances to national competition

ENACTUS advances to national competition

April 19

Saint Francis’ ENACTUS team recently competed at the 2017 regional competition in Washington, D.C.,...  Read More »

Mr. and Ms. Frankie award winners to be announced April 25

April 19

The Mr. and Ms. Frankie awards honor the top senior male and female students at the University each academic...  Read More »

Flash Forte entertains campus community

Flash Forte entertains campus community

April 18

Flash Forte is a first-year acapella group of Saint Francis students who have delivered performances...  Read More »

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Ridge visits campus for Law Enforcement Day

Ridge visits campus for Law Enforcement Day

Tyler Skipper, Staff writer

Former Pennsylvania governor and secretary of homeland security Tom Ridge served as the keynote speaker at the University’s second annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on March 24. In his speech, the former Army staff sergeant noted that when people see police, many automatically think “black...  Read More »

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  • Students, alumni, staff share skills on Spring Break mission trips March 17
  • Cardinal Dolan to visit University on March 30 March 15
  • Upcoming Family Game Night offers fun for parents, children February 19

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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,...  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 April 25
  • Commentary: Frustration Among Some Commuter Students November 20
  • Commentary: Church and State and National Politics, Part 2 November 19

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Sorority raises more than $1,000 for special needs camp

Kaitlyn Kitchen, Staff writer

The Phi Lambda Psi sorority raised $1,100 for the organization Dreams Go On during their ninth annual spaghetti dinner on March 27. The sisters of the sorority sold 133...  Read More »

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  • Greek Week underway March 23
  • Phi Lambda Psi to host annual spaghetti dinner March 21
  • TKE brothers Plunge for charity March 14

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11th Sheetz Sports4Kids Day a success

11th Sheetz Sports4Kids Day a success

Teresa Narduzzi, Staff writer

SFU's Athletics Department hosted 350 children for its 11th annual Sheetz Sports4Kids Day on April 2. The event honors Alicia Richardson, a former member of the Red Flash women’s volleyball team who died in 2007. She was an education major at Saint Francis and loved children. The purpose of the eve...  Read More »

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SFU softball wins 13 in a row

SFU softball wins 13 in a row

Kyasia Duling, Staff writer

Saint Francis may not be one of the larger schools in Division I athletics, but Red Flash softball is winning big and making a statement this season. Entering Saturday’s Northeast Conference action at Fairleigh Dickinson, the program is on its longest winning streak since 1998, winning 13 in a row. The...  Read More »

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Football outdraws basketball in fan support

Football outdraws basketball in fan support

Hakeem Kinard, Staff writer

For many years, the most recognized sport at Saint Francis has been the men’s basketball program. It has historically drawn the most fans and generated the most media attention. This might be changing. Attendance at Red Flash football games continue to increase, while the number of fans attending...  Read More »

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Jerome preps for NFL Draft

Jerome preps for NFL Draft

March 26

Women’s basketball closes 17-win season

Women’s basketball closes 17-win season

March 26

Saint Francis to host 11th annual Sheetz Sports4Kids Day

March 21

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