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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Burrstone House: Remember when?

Current students and alumni share memories of long-time residence hall. Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing Editor From a sketchy elevator to spending time with friends to hiding things in the wall, Burrstone House has seen it all...

Crawling through Homecoming: Pub Crawl offers fun variety

Ethan Babcock, Special Assignments Reporter Homecoming on Varick Street was a fun and exciting time for UC students during the Homecoming Pub Crawl celebration on Saturday, Oct. 19. This was the best chance for students to enjoy a night...

The Soundtrack of Homecoming 19′

Frank Bianco, Copy Editor  Over Homecoming weekend, students, alumni and families showed out to support the college sports teams, were treated to a carnival on the back lawn of Strebel and held various reunions. Homecoming was also added a...

Pioneer Village Working Through Growing Pains

Celeste Gessner, Staff Writer Pioneer Village is Utica College’s newest residence building complex. It currently houses 144 students with four assigned to a room. The apartment-style buildings include four single rooms that have a double bed, a full kitchen,...

Why are some UC sports teams not at home for Homecoming?

Maria Montero Silva, Editor in Chief For many people at UC, Homecoming weekend is the most anticipated time of the year. The event normally brings thousands of visitors to the campus, including family, friends and alumni. A record was...

New Veteran’s Memorial to be Finished soon

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing Editor Last Christmas, an idea began. This semester, it will be a reality. The idea was a new veteran’s memorial and it is in the process of being built in front of the...

Ice-T visits MVCC

Derek Hamilton, Staff Writer Ice-T, the father of Gangster Rap, visited the MVCC Utica campus on Oct. 5 to talk about race relations in America and bridging the gap.  About 200 tickets were pre-purchased for Utica...

Public Relations/Journalism Alumna Publishes Second Book

Emmalyn Ylaya, Tangerine Clerk Utica College alumna Megan Plete Postol published her latest book called “Southern Adirondack Foothills Fishing, Hunting and Trapping.” Postol was raised in the Southern Adirondack Foothills and grew up doing a lot...

Organization Profile: SAAC, Giving a Voice to Student Athletes

Dan Piersma, Staff Writer The Students Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) is like most of the other clubs on campus but the only difference is that it is only open to athletes who are willing to have their voices heard...

‘Sitting Still’ New group Introduces Students to Meditation

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor Are you already feeling the burn from the fall semester? Maybe a new weekly feature on campus might be the right place for you. “Sitting Still: A Gentle Guide to Meditation” began earlier this semester...