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Sunday, May 16, 2021

“Something Rotten” review, small live audience permitted

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor & Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter  The pandemic has created many difficulties for theaters around the world by restricting in-person shows, ticket costs and rehearsal spaces. At Utica College, the theater department has made the...

Child Life Month comes and goes, importance remains relevant year-round

Gianna Cognetti, Copy Editor March was Child Life Month. March is celebrated by hospital workers and their continuous efforts to ensure children’s health, while also making it a comfortable and fun environment for them. Being a...

“Alexa, tell me a joke:” The impact of artificial intelligence

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor Artificial intelligence (AI) has been growing and evolving in technology such as internet browsers, phone apps and even your smartwatch. Products including AI such as the Amazon Alexa/Echo are more easily distinguishable due to their...

Women-Owned Small Businesses – Certification and Success

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor Small businesses across New York and around the world have struggled to maintain support and flourish during a pandemic where many people cannot spare the extra change. Recently, the Small Business Administration has made changes...

The Beginning of 2021: Meme Review

Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many things to the world. Whether it is being unable to smile at others because a mask now sits over the bottom half of your face or the scent...

Race and Space: Developments at Utica College regarding diversity, equity and inclusion

Rebekah Hedeen, Assistant Features Editor In an ever-developing world, race is increasingly becoming a topic that, in years past, has been looked over. It is now becoming more important as society learns its importance and relevance. 

Sustaining Utica: Fun Facts

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor Sustaining Utica is a multimedia project produced by UC journalism students in this semester's Multimedia Web Design course. They examined how locally owned food businesses and farms have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic....

A tale of resilience: Some Utica area food sources narrowly survive COVID-19’s wrath

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor March 16 was a dark day for many Mohawk Valley business owners. New York State restaurants were forced to suspend in-person dining, and while schools and colleges shifted to remote learning, a large disruption...

The Verdict: War of the Worlds

Rebekah Hedeen, Assistant Features Editor On Oct. 30, the theater department and college radio station, WPNR-FM produced a production of War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells originally aired on October 30th, 1938, 82 years earlier.

Weekly specials for college students at AMF-Pin-O-Rama Bowling

Features Editor, Gianna Cognetti Bowling is back, following COVID-19 restrictions of course. AMF-Pin-O-Rama located on 1724 Genesee St. provides many specials throughout the week to appease bowlers of all skill levels.  Starting with Sunday, AMF-Pin-O-Rama offers...