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Monday, September 28, 2020

On-Campus Resources Set For Ongoing Changes This Semester

Emmalyn Ylaya, Staff Writer Whether it's career coaching, counseling or academic support, many offices on campus have remained a mainstay for students with helping them maximize their college experience.  When needed, students have the option of...

Students encouraged to utilize new library system

Celeste Gessner, Assistant News Editor The Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library, located in the middle of the Utica College campus, used to be more than just a library. The library was a gathering place for students to study with...

Op-Ed: The Beatles Discography and The Best and Worst of John, Paul, George and Ringo

Hannah Steyn, Staff Writer The Beatles aren’t exactly a well-kept secret. You could ask anyone, and even if they don’t claim to be a huge fan of the band, they’ll certainly know who The Beatles are and will likely...

COVID-19 back on campuses across United States, UC numbers remain low

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor Many colleges across the country are struggling with COVID-19 surges and some are shifting in-person learning to all virtual classes.  SUNY Oneonta, as a recent and more local example, is one...

Theatre amidst the pandemic

Rebekah Hedeen, Assistant Features Editor Throughout history, theater has been a major form of both communication and storytelling. Dating from the ancient Greeks to the present, theater has shown great impact on society.  Due to the...

Utica College holds memorial for 19-year anniversary of 9/11

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer For the past few years, Utica College has organized an event to honor those that lost their lives during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that took place 19 years ago. This year, the event was...

Utica College remembers Chadwick Boseman

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief It was just a few years ago that Marvel’s new hit Black Panther hit theaters across the globe. The Black Panther made his return to popular culture for the first time since 1966 after the character’s...

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...

UC Students’ Reactions to Online Classes

Emmalyn Ylaya, Staff Writer At Utica College, students have the option to take classes online or in person. Even though UC was completely online for the last half of the Spring 2020 semester due to COVID-19 pandemic, online classes...

Keeping up with the Utica College Dance Company

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor The Utica College Dance Company is back for the fall semester despite COVID-19 restrictions.  UCDC performs during multiple social and sporting events on campus, such as basketball and hockey. Usually, they perform...