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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Op-Ed: Everything from home

By Kyle Riecker, Guest Contributor The last day of ground operations at Utica College was solemn.  I packed my belongings and headed for the parking lot, not knowing when the next time I would be on campus again. 

Students allowed to gather belongings from residence halls

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor Residential students came back to campus one month after its closure on March 23. Starting on April 19 and until May 9, they are making a two-hour stop to retrieve their belongings from the...

Under the mask: Denise Genao, Nurse Tech

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor Boosting health and building bonds, first year student and biology major Denise Genao not only treats hospital patients, but also makes an effort to connect with them on a personal level. Genao...

Sports seasons canceled, postponed: Where is sports journalism headed?

Nick McAdam, Sports Editor About one month has gone by since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Since that time, it’s safe to say that much, if not all, of the country and the entire world,...

Trump meets with major sports commissioners, installs hope of sports returning soon

Nick McAdam, Sports Editor President Donald Trump recently held a conference call with the five major North American sports leagues, (NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB and MLS), to discuss the possibility of sports returning. Trump wants the...

Senior internships suspended due to coronavirus

Grace Barattini, Assistant Features Editor Utica College students have numerous opportunities to gain real-world professional experience in their chosen field.  However, the coronavirus pandemic has led companies to completely cease their activities, meaning internships that are...

UC introduces new grading policy for Spring 2020

Alyssa McKenna, Social Media Editor Utica College has changed its grading policies for students, Provost Todd Pfannestiel announced April 2. The decision comes after the college made the switch to an online learning environment on March...

UC offers temporary housing for COVID-19 first responders, medical staff

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor The empty Utica College campus will soon receive new temporary residents. Health care staff and first responders will lodge in the campus residence halls during the COVID-19 pandemic in the upcoming weeks.

Review: Podcasts for positivity

Hope Russo, Staff Writer Over the past month, students and staff have been doing a multitude of activities to keep busy physically and mentally. One popular activity that I have been getting into is listening to podcasts. 

Apps allow users to make cash while staying home

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor Millions of Americans nationwide have recently lost their jobs to the coronavirus pandemic. With the large number of people not receiving a steady income, there are many ways to still make money while being home.