Vice President for Academic Affairs to Retire at End of 2021-22 School Year

Vice President for Academic Affairs to Retire at End of 2021-22 School Year

Scott Riner, Editor September 30, 2021

Karan Powell, Vice President for Academic Affairs, will retire at the end of the 2021-22 academic year. The announcement was made by University President Father Malachi last month. Powell has served...

Shields School of Business to Host Fourth Annual Mentorship Day, Oct. 8

Shields School of Business to Host Fourth Annual Mentorship Day, Oct. 8

Kelly Marchi, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

The Shields School of Business will host its fourth annual Mentorship Day on Friday, Oct. 8. "Mentorship Day is a day-long professional development and networking event that links Saint Francis University...

Admissions Getting Close to Moving Into New Home in Francis Hall

Admissions Getting Close to Moving Into New Home in Francis Hall

Zach Benedek, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

The Admissions Department will soon be moving into a renovated Francis Hall. The renovation project began at the end of the 2021 spring semester and will wrap up in the coming weeks. Admissions is currently...

Occupational Therapy Department Unveils Sensory Room

Occupational Therapy Department Unveils Sensory Room

Tyler Beckwith , Staff Writer September 29, 2021

The Occupational Therapy Department unveiled its new sensory room earlier this semester. It is located on the second floor of the library in Room 203. “We all have sensory systems,” said Erin Long,...

McFadden to Become Dean of Francis Worldwide

McFadden to Become Dean of Francis Worldwide

Yanessa Shabbick, Staff Writer September 9, 2021

Tricia McFadden, an assistant professor of Marketing in the Shields School of Business, will become Dean of the Francis Worldwide School of Continuing Studies in January of 2022. McFadden said she expressed...

Finals Survival Tips

Finals Survival Tips

Mamie Kyle, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

With the spring semester quickly winding down and the end finally in sight after a long, hectic academic year, students have one more hurdle to clear before they can truly relax - finals. To help alleviate...

Alumnus Returns to Campus, Reads from Published Poetry Collection

Alumnus Returns to Campus, Reads from Published Poetry Collection

Scott Riner, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

SFU alumnus Matthew Ussia returned to Loretto on April 7, participating in a Zoom reading of his published poetry. Ussia graduated from the University in 1999 with a degree in English and currently...

Deserving Student Receives Community Engagement Award

Deserving Student Receives Community Engagement Award

The University’s Community Engagement Award recognizes a student who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to service in the community. This year’s recipient is Elana Benninghoff for...

SGA Discusses New Course Offerings, Conducts Spring Semester Town Hall

SGA Discusses New Course Offerings, Conducts Spring Semester Town Hall

Nicolette Belasco, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The Student Government Association met in JFK Lounge for its weekly Senate meeting on April 8. New Parliamentarian Kristi Hile was sworn into the Executive Board and there was discussion about new courses...

State Honors Nursing Chair

State Honors Nursing Chair

Katie Page, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Rita Trofino, Associate Dean of the School of Health Sciences and Education and Nursing Department Chair and Professor, was recently awarded the Distinguished Colleague Award from the Pennsylvania Higher...

Students in Communications Capstone Course Create Short Films From Scratch

Students in Communications Capstone Course Create Short Films From Scratch

Marina Misitano, Editor March 24, 2021

Students in the Communications Program’s capstone course, Multiplatform Storytelling, were tasked with the challenge of writing screenplays, storyboarding those screenplays, and then creating short films...

Invest-in-Success Competition Now Open to High School Students

Invest-in-Success Competition Now Open to High School Students

Dasha Kirby, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

Sponsored by the Shields School of Business, Invest-in-Success is an annual cash-award competition themed after the popular “Shark Tank” television show.  For many years, the competition has been...

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