On a Brother’s Suicide: ‘I wish I had never told him to go to counseling’

I do not blame William and Mary for my brother’s suicide in April 2010. This decision was his and his alone and I will never know whether the way William and Mary treated him in the weeks leading up to his tragic decision would have made a difference in the outcome. However, what I do […]

Leveling the Field

McMaster University is giving full-time faculty members a sizable raise this summer, with one qualification: they’re all women. The Canadian university is turning talk about its gender pay gap into action, tacking $3,515 (about $2,900 U.S.) onto the salaries of its female professors across ranks. “Whenever you have a pay equity issue, you have to […]

Officer Back on Force After Fatal Thanksgiving Day Accident

ERIE— It’s back to work for Officer John Popovich. Erie Police Chief Randy Bowers confirming to WICU/WSEE that this weekend, Popovich, the officer behind the wheel of a cruiser that collided with 87-year old Dorothy Baginski’s car, is returning to work after six months. He’s back after a lengthy investigation with the District Attorney’s office […]

Students React to Edinboro University Permanently Suspending Fraternity

Trouble continues to surround Greek life and fraternities, but this time it’s happening closer to home at Edinboro University. The Eta Zeta chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity at Edinboro has been permanently suspended from campus. This comes after the university discovered alleged misconduct by fraternity members. The university initially suspended the chapter’s activities on April […]

Heavyweights Second in Madeira Cup

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Women’s Lacrosse Denied in Ivy Tournament Final

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Women’s Lacrosse Receives NCAA At-Large Bid

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Warm weather expected throughout week

Temperatures are expected to hover in the lower 80s for Monday and Tuesday, according to AccuWeather. The forecast is 10 to 15 degrees above normal for this time in May and mirrors more June-like temperatures, according to AccuWeather.  Here’s a look at the extended forecast through Thursday, per the National Weather Service. MONDAY: Sunny with a […]

Weekend police report: Sen. Pat Browne under investigation for DUI after crash, two injured in shooting

Catch up on some headlines you may have missed over the weekend:  Sen. Pat Brown under investigation for DUI after motorcycle crash: report Two injured in overnight York shooting  5-year-old boy struck, killed by vehicle; Driver will not face charges after 5-year-old fatally struck by delivery van, police say Perry County boy made threat via Facebook to shoot […]

Pa. amusement park looking to quell teen disruptions

On Saturday, the tables were turned on Kennywood Park in western Pennsylvania. Instead of the one giving the wild rides, several large groups of teens put the park through a ride so wild that it closed early on Saturday. According to the Post-Gazette, large groups of teenagers caused chaos in the West Mifflin, Allegheny County, park […]