Journalism student Laura Freedman stands in the archway of Timlin House, one of three University of Scranton buildings that will soon be renamed in light of the recent Pennsylvania report on priest abuse. Freedman, a practicing Catholic, is proud that the school is taking such swift action.

Journalism student Laura Freedman stands in the archway of Timlin House, one of three University of Scranton buildings that will soon be renamed in light of the recent Pennsylvania report on priest abuse. Freedman, a practicing Catholic, is proud that the school is taking such swift action.

Journalism student Laura Freedman stands in the archway of Timlin House, one of three University of Scranton buildings that will soon be renamed in light of the recent Pennsylvania report on priest abuse. Freedman, a practicing Catholic, is proud that the school is taking such swift action.

Journalism student Laura Freedman stands in the archway of Timlin House, one of three University of Scranton buildings that will soon be renamed in light of the recent Pennsylvania report on priest abuse. Freedman, a practicing Catholic, is proud that the school is taking such swift action.