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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

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 Government Association to Hold First-Ever Banquet

Maggie Reid, Assistant Features Editor Sunday, April 8, will mark the Student Government Association’s first-ever banquet. The theme is sexual assault awareness, and the event will take place at 12 p.m. in the library concourse. SGA president Ann Ciancia said that, along with her peers, she wanted...

Earth Water Art Exhibit

Amanda Paladino, Features Editor  Artist Carolynne Whitefeather has found an innovative and unprecedented way to examine the Earth and art itself. Her Ee Wai Earth Water exhibit is currently being held in the Barret Art Gallery on campus, a timely display as April marks Earth month....

National Abolitionist Hall of Fame exhibit will travel to Utica College

Brianna Greco, Assistant Features Editor   The Community Coalition and UC faculty and students have worked in conjunction with the National Abolitionist Hall of Fame (NAHOF) to have a traveling exhibit make a stop on the UC campus. The exhibit will help tell the story of individuals...

UC freshmen deal with cramped spaces

Tionna De Freitas, Features Editor Utica College welcomed its largest freshmen class this fall semester. With 680 freshman and 200 transfer students most are wondering whether or not there is enough space to safely and comfortably house everyone. “This is a new era for Utica College....

How Broadway met opera in Library Concourse

Jackson Lunch Hour series returned March 29 with powerful performances Tionna De Freitas, Features Editor   The Harry F. and Mary Ruth Jackson Lunch Hour Series returned for its second series of the spring semester, but this time featured an all Broadway show. On Wednesday March 29,...

Photography with Jake Pishkula

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor There are many talented students at UC who take their passions and hobbies to the next level. Sophomore Jake Pishkula is a self taught photographer who was recognized by the camera company Canon USA for...

Students reveal tips for surviving a Utica winter

Michael Muon Staff Writer New York winters can get extremely cold as the season progresses through December and into January. According to weather.com, Syracuse, which is 45 minutes away, earns the title as one of the top ve worst winters in the United States. Utica College’s student...

UC finds love

Justin Cortes, Staff Writer This past Monday, Sep. 5, Woman in New Direction hosted a speed dating event in Strebel Lounge. It had quite a huge turnout - even larger than the one previously held. “I feel many more people will be here at the event today because...

Commuters struggle with campus parking

Amanda Fanelli Staff Writer Ask any commuter at Utica College about parking, and they will most likely say it has been nothing but inconvenient and frustrating. With the increase in enrollment this semester and construction on campus, there are fewer parking spots for commuters. Wayne Sullivan,...