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Career Services offers tools to prepare for future

Joya Pavia, Staff Writer Career Services, located in room 206 in the Strebel Student Center offers, a variety of services to assist students in exploring their interests and skills and direct them to potential career paths. Career Services encourages students to meet with them as...

Student-athletes react to shortened sports careers; many at ‘a loss for words’

Dan Piersma, Assistant Sports Editor On March 16, the lives of thousands of Utica College students changed. In a campus-wide email, President Laura Casamento announced UC would switch to full online classes for the remainder of the...

Increase in construction means more workers needed

Derek Hamilton, Staff Writer Utica College’s home city and neighboring municipalities including Rome and Marcy are preparing for some significant upgrades which will impact the demand of construction workers to complete the projects. The coming Nexus...

Let’s Talk about Art Club

Emmalyn Ylaya, Staff Writer This semester,  Student Government Association (SGA) approved the Art Club as part of the multiple organizations offered on campus. The club welcomes students with an interest in art of all kinds; painting, drawing, film and more. The purpose of Art Club...

Phi Iota Alpha aims to regain full recognition status at UC

Avel Montas, Contributing Writer   The Dons are making a return on the Utica College campus, so be on the lookout. FIAT is the current official interest group of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity Inc. and is helping the Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. gain full recognition...

Liaison Group Could Be Solution, Police Chief Says

Samuel Northrup, Editor-In-Chief One month after a confrontation between Campus Safety officers and students in Strebel, Retired Syracuse Police Chief Rick Fowler facilitated a wide-ranging discussion between students, faculty, Utica College administrators and Campus Safety officers on Monday, April...

Faculty reacts to Casamento’s hiring

Matt Rogers, Co-Editor-in-Chief When Laura Casamento was announced as Utica College’s ninth president on Feb. 8, many faculty were not among those celebrating. For months, certain professors have been vocal in their assertions that someone with a more academic background be selected as president. Following Casamento’s...

Fright the fashion

Tionna De Freitas, Features Editor Utica College’s Black Student Union hosted their annual event, “Fright the Fashion Show” on Oct. 28, just in time for the Halloween weekend. Students filed into Strebel Student Lounge to see their classmates showcase their catwalks and costumes. “It was a...

Where are they now: Amanda Fanelli, recent graduate

Briana Greco, Assistant Features Editor Amanda Fanelli graduated in May 2016 from Utica College with a degree in Public Relations. Her time at UC has prepared her for the workforce and the industry that she works in today. Fanelli now works at M.A. Polce Consulting Inc....

UC’s NSLS Chapter “Achieves Big” at National Summit in New Jersey

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing Editor Last weekend, members of the executive board of UC’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership Success (NSLS) traveled to New Jersey for the National Leadership Summit.  The event, which lasted two...