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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hockey season kicks off

Zach Thomann, Assistant Sports Editor Every house and every campus will turn the heat on this winter, but the Utica Aud will get colder. It’s hockey season for Utica College and the fans are ready. According to The Hockey Writers, Utica has the best attendance in...

Vandalism hits parking lots

James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief On Wednesday, the UC community received an email regarding the recent acts of vandalism that occurred in one of the parking lots. According to Director of Campus Safety Wayne Sullivan, the incidents occurred in the Burrstone parking lot. Three cars were broken into...

Lebron supports Clinton

Ben Mehic, Managing News Editor In terms of putting a ball through a hoop, LeBron James is arguably the greatest to ever do it. Recently, the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player award recipient endorsed democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. But his political opinion, at least...

Freeman on FOIL

Amanda Paladino, Assistant News Editor Last Wednesday, Oct 18, Executive Director for the Committee on Open Government Robert J. Freeman held a presentation in the Carbone Auditorium discussing the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL). The event, hosted by Professor Brett Orzechowski, welcomed Utica College students and...

Saving that pocket change

Mary Warfel, Staff Writer Saving money can be challenging for college students, especially during the holiday seasons. Some students have part-time jobs or jobs on campus to either have money for expenses or fun activities. Senior Aria Luppino tries to eliminate the temptations of spending by...

Ban the box

Ben Mehic, Managing News Editor Recently, the SUNY Board of Trustees voted to “ban the box,” removing questions about potential students’ criminal histories on the institution’s application. Utica College is a part of the 66 percent of colleges that collect criminal information from their applicants, according...

Those mid-semester feels

Joya Pavia, Staff Writer Once October hits, it is about that time for midterms, paper deadlines and presentations. Many students begin to feel overwhelmed and stressed. During this time, some students start to lose motivation and fall into the “mid-semester slump.” Andrea Sherman, a junior health...

Men’s basketball preps for season opener

Anthony Cittadino, Sports Editor The leaves have changed, the air is brisk and hardwood around the nation has been freshly waxed, hoops season is back. Utica College basketball is back with a whole new look to it. Head coach, Sean Coffey, was hired in the...

A diverse city; a diverse college

Briana Greco, Assistant Features Editor The Diversity Committee is an organization on the Utica College campus that brings students and faculty together to raise awareness on diversity and creates a welcoming environment for all members of the UC community. According to the committee, UC is home...

Women’s hockey laces up

Becky Vennero, Staff Writer Utica College women’s hockey received their first win of the season in an exhibition match up Sunday, October 23, against the Toronto Aeros. UC began with two goals from sophomore Kaitlin Parent and senior Tori Pelton. Toronto netted a goal in the...