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Sunday, May 16, 2021

Beyond 8:46: UC remembers George Floyd

Alexandria Leland, Staff Photographer One year after the murder of George Floyd, the Utica College community engaged in moments of silence and a time for reflection in commemoration of his life.  The April 22 event, titled...

Utica Coffee: Enhancing the local area

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor In the heart of Utica right off of Genesee St., in a cute nook, lies the Utica Coffee Café and Roasting Company. Founded by Frank Elias and Heather Delia, the roasting company and café took...

Op-Ed: Spring and Summer 2021 fashion trends

Hope Russo, Assistant Features Editor Spring is here and summer is upon us, which means that the days are getting longer and the weather is slowly getting warmer. With that being said, it only makes sense that our closets...

Mental health impacts in the athletic department during another COVID semester

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor The Utica College Athletic Department has gone through tremendous changes to allow players to take part in their respective sport, but that can sometimes come with a catch.  Athletes have had to...

Electronic sports foster new form of competition at Utica College

 Alexandria Leland, Staff Photographer The camaraderie, sportsmanship and diligence associated with sports go far beyond the field at Utica College. Members of the eSports club on campus engage in hours of practice every week to take part in competitions...

Pio-Talk: Silent Harm event focuses on deadnaming and misgendering

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer The offices of International Education and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office hosted a Pio-Talk on April 19 addressing the silent harm of deadnaming and misgendering toward Utica College’s trans and non-binary communities. 

Local Diner Profile: Fresh butter and good vibes at The Compound

Hope Russo, Assistant Features Editor Anna and Sharrone Sofer opened The Compound, a butter and grilled cheese-centered shop in the heart of the Village of Clinton last November.  Their journey began in Austin, Texas where Sharrone,...

Alumni Profile: Candace Myers, a freelance television producer currently with Netflix’s Queer Eye

Mickale Thompson, Contributing Writer Candance Myers, a 2014 graduate, is a part of Utica College’s rich alumni network, specifically in the journalism and public relations departments. Myers, who received her bachelor’s degree in public relations and journalism, has transitioned...

History Professor Sherri Cash reflects on her time at Utica College

Thomas Nieman, Staff Writer College professors are responsible for molding the minds of future generations. Professors are looked at with an even more intense magnifying glass at Utica College since the school is known for its smaller class sizes...

Professor Steven Specht’s art exhibition, “Emergence”

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor Artists around the world have used the pandemic to greater their creative and artistic abilities despite the lack of venues in which to display their works. Professor Steven Specht is one of the many artists...