SFU Marches Against Abortion

Kaitlyn Kitchen, Staff writer

February 3, 2017


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People of all ages marched around the Saint Francis campus mall on Jan. 27 in the fourth annual March on the Mountain. The march is an annual demonstration in support of pro-life beliefs. More than 100 SFU students, faculty members, community members and high school students held up pro-life signs...

Students Report on Museum Opening, School of Business and History of SFU’s Nickname

Students Report on Museum Opening, School of Business and History of SFU’s Nickname

December 14, 2016


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Students in "Broadcast News and Public Affairs" - a course taught by Communications faculty member Donna Menis - have produced news reports on a number of different topics throughout the 2016 fall semester. In the news package below, Matt Crawford, Angel Creek and Hakeem Kinard share information about...

Panel explores ethical issues of 2016 presidential election

Panel explores ethical issues of 2016 presidential election

Amanda Schiavo

November 7, 2016


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A Community-Faculty-Student Forum, “Ethical Issues In The 2016 Presidential Election,” brought differing viewpoints to the JFK Student Lounge Thursday night. The event was held to shed light on the ethical issues occurring during the 2016 Presidential Election and trends throughout history. Dr....

Communications Students Report on Presidential Race

Communications Students Report on Presidential Race

October 28, 2016


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Click above to find out about a seminar course being taught at Saint Francis this semester that explores the role of the media in the presidential race. - Troubadour Editor Amanda Schiavo   Click above to get insight from Saint Francis political science professor Joe Melusky on the...

The Future of Business has arrived to Schwab Hall

The Future of Business has arrived to Schwab Hall

Sam Kimmel and Matt Fraley

October 11, 2016


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The modernization of Schwab Hall has been completed; hundreds came out for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the newly renovated home of the School of Business on Friday, September 16th. The $7.6-million project, fully funded by the generosity of alumni and friends of SFU, had been operational since...

Opening Mass held on the mall

Opening Mass held on the mall

Emma Catalano, Staff writer

September 2, 2016


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The new semester was ushered in on with the Mass of the Holy Spirit on August 23, celebrated by Rev. Malachi Van Tassell, T.O.R., President of Saint Francis University. “The purpose of the Mass of the Holy Spirit is so that we can pray for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit to guide us during the...

SFU student posts from Republican Convention

SFU student posts from Republican Convention

Amanda Schiavo

July 21, 2016


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Note: SFU senior Amanda Schiavo is working as a Fox News intern at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. She will blog about her activities.   Blog Post #4, July 20 I was given the opportunity to radio report for FOX News on Wednesday. Handed a beat-up recorder and four questio...

Where does SFU stand in the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese Sex Abuse Scandal?

Where does SFU stand in the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese Sex Abuse Scandal?

Matt Fraley, Contributing writer

April 24, 2016


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Three Franciscan friars have been charged in connection to the child abuse case in the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese. On March 15, three Third Order Regular (TOR) friars from the Immaculate Conception Province based in Hollidaysburg were charged with criminal conspiracy and endangering the welfare of...

Annual Night of Distinction Celebrated at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art

Amanda Schiavo, Editor

April 21, 2016


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The annual Night of Distinction was held April 16 at the University’s Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA). Beginning in 2011, SAMA has hosted an annual Night of Distinction “to honor individuals and organizations that have impacted SAMA, the arts and their communities.” In addition...

SFU to Host Red Mass/Law Day

Brittany Plaszewski, Contributing writer

April 20, 2016


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Saint Francis will host its annual Red Mass/Law Day on Friday, April 22. Bishop Mark Bartchak will serve as celebrant of the event, while the Rev. John Byrnes will deliver the homily. The Red Mass will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Chapel, and will be followed by the Law Day...

Tercek to coordinate internships across University

Tercek to coordinate internships across University

Angel Creek, Contributing Writer

February 10, 2016


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Amy Tercek will look to help Saint Francis University (SFU) students get started on their career paths. Tercek recently accepted the position of Associate Director of Employer Relations and Internships at SFU Her role is to help students find an appropriate internship that will provide them with...

Rush Season Wraps Up

Rebecca Larkins, Contributing writer

February 2, 2016


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  Rush season at SFU wrapped up this week, culminating in “Bid Day” - a daylong event in which Greek organizations introduce their new members to the Greek Life community, starting them on the path to becoming brothers and sisters themselves. Continuing the tradition set last spring, this...

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