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Monthly Archives: April 2017

UC’s perfect streak at home ends

Morgan Golliver, Staff Writer (Photo Credit: Ucpioneers.com) The Utica College baseball team looked to extend their undefeated record at home against Stevens on Saturday Afternoon, but they fell short 15-13, snapping a seven-game win streak at home.  Junior pitcher Alex Rocci started the game for the Pioneers...

Utica Softball loses to Stevens 

Zach Thomann, Assistant Sports Editor  (Photo credit: ucpioneers.com) ​The Pioneers suffered tough losses to Stevens Institute of Technology on Saturday with final scores of 7-1 and 7-4 . Utica had its chances to win despite the lopsided scores. ​In game one of the doubleheader, Utica got an...

UC baseball stays undefeated at home 

Morgan Golliver, Staff Writer Photo Credit: Ucpioneers.com) Coming off a win over Oneonta, the Utica College baseball team hosted Hilbert College Friday afternoon for a single game matchup.  After Hilbert led 4-0 to start the game, the Pioneers took the lead off of Charles McAllister’s RBI SAC...

GSA hosts 4th annual drag show

Tionna De Freitas, Features Editor   The Utica College’s Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) held their fourth annual Drag Show this past weekend. Students piled in to Strebel Auditorium to see fun and entertainment by their UC classmates and other well-known drag stars around the world, including...

Phi Iota Alpha aims to regain full recognition status at UC

Avel Montas, Contributing Writer   The Dons are making a return on the Utica College campus, so be on the lookout. FIAT is the current official interest group of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc. and is helping the Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. gain full recognition...

Administrative assistant by day, radio host by night

Kelsey Carlo, Contributing Writer   If you were to talk to Kyle Riecker three years ago, he would have told you that he was preparing to DJ a party that weekend. Much has changed since then. If you asked him about his weekends now he would...

OP-Ed: A product of a renaissance education

Ben Mehic, Managing News Editor   Three years ago, I walked into Professor Christopher Riddle’s ethics class during my freshman year of college expecting utter dreadfulness for the next several months. I was never particularly interested in philosophy and certainly didn’t enjoy voicing my opinions about...

Life after college

Chantelle Boateng, Staff Writer   As college students, do we really know what we want after we graduate? With there being a plethora of job fields, figuring out what is best can be even harder. While some may have their lives figured out, it can be...

Top class

UC names valedictorian and salutatorian James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief   As the 2016-2017 academic year comes to a close, it is time to honor two Utica College students who have earned the right to sit at the top of their class. Senior Melanie Carlson was named valedictorian after finishing...

Celebrity Classic Wheelchair Basketball Game

Zach Thomann, Assistant Sports Editor   Jimmy Joseph races across the gym floor in the Utica College Clark athletic center. He rides his chair effortlessly as he dribbles a basketball to the side. Joseph is warming up for the Sitrin Celebrity Classic. He has been playing...