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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Storm Stella affects UC students

Erik Lyndaker, Staff Writer   As most of you know, winter storm Stella hit Utica and plenty of other areas in and around New York, causing inconveniences for countless people. Some of these inconveniences still linger from the damage Stella caused and this includes the deflating...

GM communications director visits UC

Albano ‘91 to speak at Ray Simon Institute event this Friday James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief   Utica College alumnus Michael Albano will be coming to campus Friday, March 31 to share the secrets of his success with students. The event will be held in the Carbone Auditorium and...

A look into the Trax Bracket Challenge

Maggie Reid, Staff Writer   The Trax bracket challenge is a new, engaging way for alumni to donate to Utica College. Like March Madness, the alumni of different years are put into brackets, and whoever donates the most, moves on. Since the first Utica College class of...

Seeds of success

Rylee Meelan, Staff Writer   It’s not everyday that you get to win money for creating ideas. For Becky Vennero, Emily Coope and Adam Westbrook, this was the case. They are now working with Ryan Miller at Downtown Utica’s ThINCubator as they prepare to compete in the...

Survey says..

Joe Parillo, Staff Writer   On Wednesday, March 22 the Residence Hall Association hosted a game night of Family Feud in Strebel Lounge. The event started earlier in the month with an email sending a call to the students of the Utica College campus. The email asked...

Stella!

Mike Colegrove, Staff Writer   On Monday, March 13 weather advisory was announced for three consecutive days in preparation for what arguably became the worst storm in area history. The Utica area got 36 inches of snow, as it came down Monday and Tuesday. The amount of...

“CIA in the Post-9/11 Era: A Look Back and a Look Ahead.”

James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief   John Rizzo, retired Chief Legal Counsel for the United States Central Intelligence Agency, will be at Utica College Wednesday, April 5. He will be speaking to students as part of the Organization of Justice Studies (OJS) Speaker Series. It will begin at...

How Broadway met opera in Library Concourse

Jackson Lunch Hour series returned March 29 with powerful performances Tionna De Freitas, Features Editor   The Harry F. and Mary Ruth Jackson Lunch Hour Series returned for its second series of the spring semester, but this time featured an all Broadway show. On Wednesday March 29,...

Where did BuzzBee go?

Jaime Evanoff, Staff Writer   Bumblebees have been placed on the endangered species list for the first time ever in the United States and General Mills is raising awareness by removing “Buzzbee” from the front of the Honey Nut Cheerios box. Buzzbee is the popular mascot that...

Spring is #trending

Chantelle Boateng, Staff Writer   Calling all fashionistas; the trendy spring season has arrived.The harsh winter weather is slowly coming to an end and the nice warm weather is on its way. It's time to put away the coats and bring out the colorful eye-catching patterns,...