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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Utica College hopeful for ‘loosened’ restrictions in the spring semester, plans to keep the campus safe

Celeste Gessner, Assistant News Editor One of the most challenging semesters Utica College has ever faced is almost complete, and now the administration is slowly turning their attention to what the spring semester will look like. 

Coach Profile: John Mullane, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Nick McAdam, Tangerine Clerk  Men’s assistant basketball coach John Mullane was hired during the summer of 2018 to help with recruiting, scouting, practices and game operations. Prior to Mullane’s position with the Pioneers, he spent time as an assistant coach at Mount Ida College in Massachusetts....

Financial Services, Student Success Condensed; Students Push Back

Samuel Northrup, Editor-In-Chief A noticeable shakeup took place throughout the corridors of Addison Miller White Hall prior to students returning for the fall semester. The Office of Student Success, where students primarily met with academic navigators to help plan their next semester’s schedule, was condensed into...

Democratic Primary Field Continues to Grow

Amajla Tricic, New Editor The 2020 elections might be 21 months away but candidates have already begun to announce they will be running for president. As many as 30 potential candidates, the majority of them...

Jill Walsh wins silver in Rio

Samuel Northrup, Staff Writer Every two years, when the Olympics take place, you often hear of an athlete that started training in their respective sport from the age of three or four, planning to reach their first Olympics, but Jill Walsh’s Paralympic debut in Rio...

NFL protests on field, opinions differ of it

Samuel Northrup, Editor in Chief NFL teams endure the trials and tribulations of a 16-game season on an annual basis, captivating troves of emotionally and fiscally invested fans along with them. But this Sunday was no ordinary one, with all eyes turning toward team owners,...

Tuition reset leads to increase in applications

Megan Postol News Editor Since Utica College announced a radical tuition decrease earlier this semester, the admissions office has noticed a significant increase in applications. “Our application volume has increased,” Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Jeffery Gates said. “Our strategy has changed in...

Instagram Account Seeks Social Justice on Campus

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Assist. News Editor In the midst of users on Instagram, an account emerged on Feb. 17 that relates to some Utica College students. The page, called “Since ‘69,” is run by a group of students who are...

Pioneer Village to Open its Doors this Fall

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Assistant News Editor With a new fall semester comes some new changes. On the other side of the Charles A. Gaetano Stadium stands a brand new residence hall, Pioneer Village. Pioneer Village is...

We Are UC: Hermina Garic

Chantelle Boateng, Social Media/Online Editor My name is Hermina Garic. I am currently a senior, triple-majoring in sociology and anthropology, government and politics and international relations. I have been living in Utica for the past 18 years. I was born in Bosnia and lived...