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There's so much going on at The University of Scranton. How can you find out about it all? 

 

The answer is here. Royal News. 

 

Royal News, the official University of Scranton news site, features stories, blogs, publications, newsletters and announcements from around campus. Stories are organized by section so you can find the most up-to-date news that's relevant to you.

 

News is updated on the Royal News website on a daily basis, so check back often to find out what's happening on and around campus, as well as with the alumni community. You'll also get a glimpse at our social media channels.

 

Published by the office of External Affairs and distributed via email on Wednesdays, the Royal News e-newsletter is sent to all students, faculty and staff, as well as interested parents. On the first Wednesday of the month, the newsletter includes alumni news, and is distributed to alumni who opt-in.

 

FAQ:

 

Who can submit a story?

If you're a member of a department or organization on campus, you can submit a story to us by emailing royalnews@scranton.edu.

Want to submit something behalf of your University department or organization? You've landed at the right place!

You can submit stories about anything from student interns to faculty research to a recent lecture.

Please, no opinion pieces or articles about unaffiliated University events.

 

The rules:

  • Write in a narrative voice.
  • Fill out all fields.
  • Meet character limits.
  • Keep articles between 150-650 words.
  • All articles require a photo (1280 x 726)*
  • Only submit your story once.

 

We will make every effort to publish your story in a timely manner, but we do reserve the right to edit your article for grammar or style. We also reserve the right to reject an article.

 

Please note, these rules are meant only to submit articles, not announcements or events. See below for submitting announcements or events.

*Please size your photo in Photoshop or a free application such as Gimp.

 

If you're an alumnus and you want to submit a story idea, you can email alumni@scranton.edu

 

How do I submit an announcement?

If you're a member of a department or organization on campus, you can submit an announcement to royalnews@scranton.edu or by clicking the Royal News button when submitting an announcement in the portal.

 

How do I submit an event?

You can submit your campus event here and it will appear on the University calendar.

 

What's the difference between a story and an announcement? 

Good question! A story has a narrative and usually is about an event or updates us about something that has already occurred. An announcement is to get the word out about a future event but requires more information than what would be on the calendar. 

 

What's in the different sections?

Student - News from around campus that's either relevant to or about students.

Faculty - News about faculty, from their achievements to research. And academic news.

Staff - News geared toward University staff and about staff from sources like HR and Staff Senate.

Community - News about the greater Scranton area and our connection to it, written and compiled by the office of Community and Government Relations.

Athletics - News from the Athletics Department with updates on all teams.

Alumni - News about University alumni, including spotlights and class notes.

General - News that includes a few or all audiences or doesn't quite fit into the above sections.

University - News written and compiled by News and Media Relations.

 

I publish a newsletter or blog on campus. How do I get it in Royal News?

Email us at royalnews@scranton.edu when your newsletter comes out or you post your blog entry. We choose a few to feature each week. 

 

I want to unsubscribe to Royal News. How do I do that?

To unsubscribe, just send an email with the subject "unsubscribe" to royalnews@scranton.edu

 

Still have questions or comments?

Email the editor of Royal News at royalnews@scranton.edu

 

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Contact:

The University of Scranton
(570) 941-7400

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