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LaSalle 20th Century Literature professor Margot Soven hopes the new film conveys the central drama, of wanting something money can’t buy.
The two-day conference heard from Dr. Temple Grandin, a noted author on autism who is herself autistic.
The 24-hour news cycle continues to spread the trauma of the Boston bombings worldwide in the blink of an eye, and that can easily be too much for kids.
The assault reportedly happened on 10th Street, more than a mile off campus.
A slow start and Wichita State’s domination in the paint doomed La Salle, whose amazing run to the sweet 16 captivated a city desperate for some sports success.
Of all the thousands of fans who have seen star La Salle guard Ramon Galloway play, his father is not one of them.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A group of La Salle University reporters is asking for your help. When the Men’s basketball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 21 years, four student reporters decided […]
La Salle loses to Butler, 69-58 in the Atlantic 10 quarterfinals, and now the Explorers must await their NCAA tournament fate.
The election of Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as Pope Francis has local Catholics very excited.
LaSalle University says 37 students and three staff members are safe Friday after being lost while hiking in Kentucky last night.
La Salle University students, this week, heard a scathing account of America’s counter-insurgency effort in Iraq.
Actor, economist, and conservative commentator Ben Stein, in Philadelphia to address a luncheon at La Salle University, says America has some serious problems, not all of which are from Washington, DC.
More Star Wars movies on the way? Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm could leave fans and shareholders in 7th heaven.
When describing the Paul Ryan pick, La Salle Political Science Professor Ed Turzanski used a term that many other political pundits have used….Bold.
The actor who was Voldemort in the Harry Potter films is now playing another guy who’s difficult to like, in a modern setting for a Shakespearean tragedy. A Shakespeare scholar asks, why bother?