Education Students Meet Their Journal Buddies

Education Students Meet Their Journal Buddies

Jhemir Stanley, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

A group of Education majors welcomed third graders from Cambria Heights Elementary School in Carrolltown to campus on April 20, meeting with these visiting students for the first time after writing back...

Charles Schwabs Legacy Endures in Loretto and Across America

Charles Schwab’s Legacy Endures in Loretto and Across America

Julia Willason, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

In conjunction with the University’s 175th anniversary as an institution of higher learning in 2022, Troubadour staff writer Julia Willason interviewed Ann Dougherty. Ann’s great uncle in Charles Schwab....

Lacrosse Team Raises Awareness of Abusive Relationships

Lacrosse Team Raises Awareness of Abusive Relationships

Lizzie Fisher, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Prior to its Senior Day Game on April 23 at DeGol Field, the lacrosse team hosted a “One Love” event to raise awareness of those struggling in harmful and abusive relationships. Before the game,...

Successful Leaders in Business, Education to Deliver Commencement Addresses

Successful Leaders in Business, Education to Deliver Commencement Addresses

Scott Riner, Editor May 2, 2022

The guest speakers for the University’s 2022 commencement exercises are Bill Strickland and John Garvey. Strickland will deliver two speeches on Saturday, May 7, at the graduate and undergraduate...

Bertocci Leaves Lasting Legacy at University

Bertocci Leaves Lasting Legacy at University

Scott Riner, Editor May 2, 2022

Rosemary Bertocci, Chair of Franciscan Studies, Theology and Applied Ethics, will retire at the end of the semester. She will leave a legacy of giving and service to others, one that stretches over more...

Environmental Engineering Major Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

Environmental Engineering Major Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

Anthony Vassalotti, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

Environmental Engineering major Matt Berzonsky has been selected to receive a 2022 Goldwater Scholarship. The scholarship, named after former U.S. senator Barry Goldwater, is among the oldest and most...

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Scott Riner, Editor April 9, 2022

The Saint Francis Student Government Association held a town hall meeting on March 29 in the JFK Auditorium. Town Hall, which is open to everyone in the University community, affords students the opportunity...

University Hosts Undergraduate Academic Conference

University Hosts Undergraduate Academic Conference

Scott Riner, Editor April 9, 2022

The Wolf-Kuhn Ethics Institute hosted its biannual undergraduate conference, “The Examined Life,” on March 26. The conference, which is co-sponsored by the Ethics Institute, the Office of Student...

Communications Students Visit Altoona News Outlets

Communications Students Visit Altoona News Outlets

Nico Nuzzo, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

Students and faculty in the Communications Program made field trips to WTAJ-TV and the “Altoona Mirror” newspaper in Altoona on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The two groups of COMM students...

Flash Football Hosts First NFL Pro Day

Flash Football Hosts First NFL Pro Day

Kesean Dyson, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The Saint Francis football program hosted its first NFL Pro Day on Wednesday, March 30, when a quartet of SFU athletes worked out while being evaluated by scouts for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Pro...

Former SFU Mens Basketball Player and Coach Makes Cinderella Run with Saint Peters

Former SFU Men’s Basketball Player and Coach Makes Cinderella Run with Saint Peter’s

Alex Crocco, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

Former Red Flash men’s basketball player and assistant coach Umar Shannon (above) recently completed his first season as an assistant coach at Saint Peters College, and his timing on joining head coach...

Tickets on Sale for “Hello, Dolly!”

Tickets on Sale for “Hello, Dolly!”

Maddy Perry, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

The Center for Fine Arts will be presenting “Hello, Dolly!” at JFK Auditorium in two weeks. The show will open on Friday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. Other shows include a matinee at 2 p.m. and an evening...

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