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Monthly Archives: March 2020

Early August commencement considered; Pandemic shakes up students’ post-graduation plans

Emily Beck, Staff Writer The 2020 graduation ceremony was approaching quickly, a moment many seniors had been looking forward to since they began their college experience. Due to recent interruptions the 2020 graduation was postponed, targeting the first half...

March Madness: ‘A month of challenges’

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor For as long as I’ve been a part of the Tangerine, there have been a series of  “challenges” that have occurred in the month of March.  In the 2017 spring semester,...

A typewriter, colchicine, a UC staff member and Kaitlyn Conley A Forensic Files episode worth-watching

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor If you are a true crime buff, or are just looking for something to do during down time, one of the new Forensic Files II episodes really hit home, especially for citizens of central...

Life at home during a pandemic: The longest Sunday of our lives

Hope Russo, Staff Writer Life as we know it has changed drastically within a few short weeks. This global pandemic has us all cooped up inside our homes until further notice. Whether you live alone, with a roommate or...

What did Utica College students do on St. Patrick’s Day?

Emmalyn Ylaya, Tangerine Clerk Now that the month of March is coming to an end, many have celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with their family and friends. This is one holiday where people annually celebrate the foremost patron saint of...

Sports shutdown due to coronavirus

Alyssa McKenna, Staff Writer The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the world. From healthcare systems to entire economies, sports are no different. As many businesses are shutting down for precautionary reasons, the same goes for professional sport leagues as well...

The Tangerine transfers to online publishing for remainder of the semester; will print one final issue

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief It is always exciting to see new copies of The Tangerine in almost every corner of the Utica College campus every Friday. This is a sight that will happen one last time this semester as...

Health Center recommends taking coronavirus precautions — even if you are young and healthy

Nick McAdam, Sports Editor At the moment, the novel coronavirus disease has spread to a wealth of countries and infected more than 300,000 people across the world. The confirmed pandemic from the World Health Organization (WHO) has caused businesses...

Student-athletes react to shortened sports careers; many at ‘a loss for words’

Dan Piersma, Assistant Sports Editor On March 16, the lives of thousands of Utica College students changed. In a campus-wide email, President Laura Casamento announced UC would switch to full online classes for the remainder of the...

Plans that come to naught: Coronavirus measures shake up students’ spring semester

Frank Bianco, Copy Editor To say that COVID-19 has caused disruption would be an understatement.  From the stock market taking massive hits, international travel completely shutting down, and people being asked to sequester themselves in order to contain the...