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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Shuttle Bus Schedules – UC students offer ideas for improvement

Hannah Steyn, Special Assignments Reporter The Clark City Center shuttle bus between Strebel Student Center and the Brvenik Center in Downtown Utica is a necessity for students and faculty alike. With parking in Downtown Utica being limited, it provides...

Successful Suicide Prevention Walk from Active Minds raises $800 and awareness

Isabella Hudziak, Staff Writer The second annual Suicide Prevention Walk took place on Oct. 7. Walkers were able to form groups of six to complete the socially-distant path. From noon to 3 p.m., both in-person and digital walkers were...

Lunch Hour Series continues through WPNR

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer The Jackson Lunch Hour Series events have been a Wednesday afternoon staple at Utica College for more than 42 years, but the series cannot be held in-person this semester due to COVID-19. Instead, previously recorded...

Free Coffee for UC students at Street Corner Urban Market

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor Street Corner Urban Market, located on 167 Genesee St. in Downtown Utica, gives free 16 oz. coffee to UC students. Street Corner Urban Market operates as a downtown market for convenience and...

Greek life at UC gets more recruiting time

Robert Stevens, General Assignments Reporter One of the coronavirus impacts this semester involves Greek life with the elimination of a pledge class line for the fall semester. Greek life introduced two organizations last school year in...

SLCE’s new Hero Raffle, plans to host events going forward

Rebekah Hedeen, Assistant Features Editor The Student Living and College Engagement office, otherwise known as SLCE, has been working to ensure students wear their masks properly and social distance. One way in which they have promoted the correct wearing...

COVID concerns some students six weeks into semester

Celeste Gessner, Assistant News Editor Coronavirus continues to ravage the United States forcing some businesses to limit their capacity to half and enforce social distancing. Colleges, including Utica College, continue to be affected as well. UC’s...

What is Happening with TikTok?

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor On Sept. 20 the popular app TikTok was banned from gaining new users. Further restrictions will be in place sometime in November and some question if President Donald Trump is infringing on the First Amendment. 

Students reactions to Apple’s software update

Emmalyn Ylaya, Staff Writer On Sept. 16, Apple launched its new iOS 14 software update that is available on the newer Apple devices, from the new iPod Touch to the iPhone 11.  Many new features have...

Reopening of Residence Halls Remains a Fluid Situation

Hannah Steyn, Special Assignments Reporter The reopening of the residence halls has come with new policies and restrictions. For students, they are at most an inconvenience, but for resident assistants and area coordinators, the new norm has completely changed...