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Sunday, May 16, 2021

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...

TRiO Student Support Services launches at Utica College

Special Assignments Reporter, Isabella Hudziak Hubbard Hall is the home of several Utica College offices that were created to support students. One such office, signified with a distinct TRiO sign beside the glass door, is the TRiO Student Support...

An Hour Abroad: The differences between student support in the U.S. and Finland

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor On Monday, April 12, Finnish exchange student Sofia Westling gave a presentation on the differences between Finland and the U.S. social security systems via Zoom. This presentation was open to all...

Biology Professor Dr. Sara Scanga receives the Harold T. Clark Jr. Award: Her research backbone is recognized

Alexandria Leland, Head Photographer Professor of Biology Dr. Sara Scanga is the 2021 recipient of the Harold T. Clark Jr. Award. This accomplishment recognizes Scanga’s productivity in research and continued productivity in the future. Scanga came to Utica College in...

Club Profile: Her Campus

Emmalyn Ylaya, Contributing Writer Her Campus is an online magazine where students can write about any topic relevant to them. The goal of this Utica College organization is to empower women by providing a writing platform and holding events...

Professor Jason Denman performs on piano at the Jackson Lunch Hour Series

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor Dr. Jason Denman, an English professor at Utica College, gave a piano performance that aired on WPNR-FM Jackson Lunch Hour Series on Wednesday, April 7. According to Denman, his ventures into...

“We the People” club launching this semester, looking for new members

Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter A new club entitled “We the People” will start this semester. This club will invite students to learn about immigration laws and exclusion policies in the United States and how they can take this...

A conversation with Political Science Professor Daniel Tagliarina

Alexandria Leland, Head Photographer UC Political Science Professor Daniel Tagliarina, originally from outside of Cleveland, Ohio started his path to self-advocacy and equality as an outspoken vocal advocate for his friends as a youth.  “I had...

Utica College graduate student develops Ear-Savers for frontline workers

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor Ann Marie Brown, a 37-year-old graduate student at Utica College is accustomed to working hard and on a deadline thanks to her experience in a steel company. The experiences Brown gained through the company enabled...

The month of March in The Tangerine’s history

Gianna Cognetti, Copy Editor The Utica College student newspaper has been around since Nov. 6, 1946. Although that may seem like quite a long time ago, there are many similarities that have continued through the times. UC sports have...