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September 28, 2010

Royal News Receives a New Look

Royal News has some news of its own to share with you this week. The University of Scranton’s weekly e-newsletter has a new look. In an effort to provide you with the best possible access to information regarding The University of Scranton, we have updated our e-mails, making them more informational, user friendly, and visually pleasing.
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University of Scranton Names New Trustees

The University of Scranton has named seven individuals to its Board of Trustees: Mary Beth Farrell ’79, New York, N.Y.; Matthew Geiger ’81, Shrewsbury, Mass.; Otto H. Hentz, S.J., Washington, D.C.; George V. Lynett, Jr. Dalton; Kathleen C. Santora, Esq. ’80, Annandale, Va.; Teresa M. Schafer ’81, Berryville, Va.; and Patrick W. Shea, Esq. ’78, New York, N.Y.
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New Suite of Admissions Pages

Over the summer the Creative Services department worked with Undergraduate Admissions and the Information Technology Development Applications departments to redesign the Admissions website, visit calendar and key forms, resulting in a suite of new pages that integrate multi-media to bring the Scranton experience to life for prospective students.
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Students’ Art and Performances Featured at Downtown Scranton’s First Friday

Who knew that guy who sits a row ahead of you in physics class can break dance? Or that the girl who lived in your residence hall is great soprano? Discover the hidden talents of your classmates at First Friday Scranton’s “College Night,” set for Friday, Oct. 1, from 6-9 p.m.
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Feminist First Friday Planned at Scranton

The Women’s Studies Program and the Jane Kopas Women’s Center will host its inaugural “Feminist First Friday” on Friday, Oct. 1, dedicating a day focused on discussions of gender. The event includes seminars, teach-ins involving numerous women’s studies courses, a concert and even a life-size game of “Patriarchy,” a twist on the classic board game Monopoly.
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