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Prosecutor Recounts Events of Nuremberg Trials

Melissa Hackett, Reporter

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Faculty and students were touched by the original documentary, “An Interview with Benjamin B. Ferencz,” which came about as a result of a chance conversation between faculty members. Ferencz, the film’s subject, is the last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials. The idea for the documentary came about from...

To-Go Cups Cut Down on Waste

To-Go Cups Cut Down on Waste

October 13

Reusable to-go cups are a new part of Metz Culinary Management’s growing sustainability initiative. This...

Monks Teach About Life

Monks Teach About Life

Annette Ritzko, Reporter

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, Top Stories

Faculty, students, staff and residents of the region enthusiastically turned out to learn about the culture...

Running Wild with Jen Mathiesen: Roba Family Farms

Running Wild with Jen Mathiesen: Roba Family Farms

Jen Mathiesen, Web Editor

October 13

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life, Columns

Of all of the seasons, fall is undeniably my favorite. Not only is the weather perfect (I like those...

The Moon Stuns Campus

The Moon Stuns Campus

Erin Dougherty, Reporter

October 13

Filed under Campus Life, Top Stories, Web Exclusive

Physics chair Dr. Michael Orleski and students from his class and throughout the region enjoyed the expansive...

Inside Scope on Medical Truths: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Inside Scope on Medical Truths: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 13

The past few issues, I’ve written about medical anomalies, miracles and  unknown facts in the medical...

Fashion Digest: Stylin’ and Profilin’

Fashion Digest: Stylin’ and Profilin’

October 13

I want to get away from introducing you to the hottest trends that are in right now. Instead, I have...

GLNS Voting Drive Registers Students

Courtney Garloff, Editor in Chief

September 30

Filed under Campus Life, News

More young voters are ready to vote after the Government, Law and National Security Club offered students the opportunity to get registered to vote without leaving campus. The club conducted a voter registration drive sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Wilkes-Barre Area. The event took place in the Banks Student...

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Seven Tubs Nature Area

Running Wild With Jen Mathiesen: Seven Tubs Nature Area

September 30

Do you crave adventure? Enjoy Mother Nature’s beauty? Want to make your own decisions and escape for...

Women’s Soccer Ranks Eighth

Women’s Soccer Ranks Eighth

September 30

The women’s soccer team, now 6-1 on the season, is ranked the eighth best team in the country by d3soccer.com. The...

Yoga Club Gets Remodel

Yoga Club Gets Remodel

September 30

Students are noticing big changes to the Yoga Club. The club is offering only one session per week,...

Inside Scope on Medical Truths: Medical Miracles

Inside Scope on Medical Truths: Medical Miracles

September 30

Sometimes things happen that just cannot be explained. The only possible source could be an act from...

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