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Sunday, May 16, 2021

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...

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,...

Legalization of marijuana and campus life

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor The legalization of possession of marijuana in New York State was passed on March 31 and could have significant effects on the surrounding communities and colleges within. The policies for campus life and the possession of...

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...

A look at Wellness and Adventure Education during a COVID year

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor The COVID-19 pandemic has presented the Wellness and Adventure Education program with many changes, which were made at large across all aspects of the college to help the school deliver a quality educational experience for...

Local Diner Profile: Simple Shakes

Rebekah Hedeen, Features Editor Down the street from Utica College sits a quaint shop that sells “simple shakes,” with an emphasis on the simplicity of its ingredients and health benefits. The business opened in September after several months of delay...

“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...

“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...

Kappa Delta Phi NAS Hosts Mental Health Discussion

Hope Russo; Assistant Features Editor On March 31, the ETA pledge class of Kappa Delta Phi NAS hosted a virtual, philanthropic event centered around mental health awareness and suicide prevention.  This event provided an opportunity for...