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Sunday, May 16, 2021

This Day in UC History, according to The Tangerine – Nov. 6, 1946

Thomas Nieman, Staff Writer This Day in History is a recurring feature looking back at the history and highlights of The Tangerine throughout the years. By this time next year, The Tangerine will be celebrating 75...

Op-Ed: COVID-19 won’t ruin your Thanksgiving dinner

Rob Stevens, General Assignments Reporter As Ben’s eyes begin to open, his senses are immediately sparked by the intoxicating smell of a turkey roasting in the oven. The more alert Ben becomes to his surroundings, the more heightened his...

Op-Ed: FILM@UC Review, Radio Silence is a fight against government corruption and misinformation through journalism

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer Radio Silence, a documentary from Juliana Fanjul, follows Carmen Arestigui, a beloved journalist, who shared her stories on the radio.  In 2014, she discovered a scandal involving the President of Mexico, Enrique...

Op-Ed: The new Madden game still has fan following

Jack Varian, Staff Writer One of the most popular video games since 1990 has been released to the public for its 2021 installment. Every year millions of people line up to buy Madden, the football game modeled after the...

We are still standing: Living through the pandemic as a college senior and international student

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Editor’s note: This is an updated version of the column that was published in The Tangerine’s May 1 print issue and in the Observer-Dispatch on Sunday, May 3: https://www.uticaod.com/news/20200503/commentary-coronavirus-impact-from-utica-college-international-studentrsquos-perspective.  When we first...

May 1, 2020: Special Edition Issue

What happened in the Spring of 2020? Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Since the Utica College campus closed to the public in March, the Tangerine has been publishing stories online. This time, the staff has come together...

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. 

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...

The Dead Live On

Dead and Company's 2019 tour recap No, this isn’t a spoiler-filled review of the new Star Wars movie. For fans of the Grateful Dead, a revival is underway.  Living members of the band are back on...

Reflecting on The Tangerine’s Present and Future

Samuel Northrup, Editor-In-Chief It is with a heavy heart that I write the following — this week’s paper, our last of the semester, is my final with The Tangerine. In my two years leading the paper...