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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Will students who were suspended from campus be returning for the spring semester?

Hannah Steyn, Special Assignments Reporter At the beginning of the Fall 2020 semester, several students were removed from campus for breaking rules enforced to keep Utica College students and faculty safe and to ensure that campus remained safely open...

Archived then digitized: Tangerine issues from 1946-2012 available online

Stephen Clark, Layout Editor The Tangerine, which is as old as Utica College itself, recently had issues from 1946 to 2012 digitized, thanks to the Utica College Library. Issues from 2012 to 2020 will also be made available online...

Utica College prepares for a reportedly colder winter than usual

Bailey Hryb, News Editor Central New York got its first taste of the upcoming winter season when a trace to five inches of snow fell in various parts of the Mohawk Valley a little over a week ago. While...

Domestic Violence Awareness Hygiene Drive collects 793 items, Chi Beta Sigma with the most donations at 193

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief The Utica College Safe Trax program has concluded its Domestic Violence Awareness Hygiene Drive for the month of October. The program collected a total of 793 items from students, faculty, staff and various clubs and professional...

Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Alane Varga, to retire after 37 years of service at Utica College

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief Knowing she will try to make everything of her final moments working at Utica College, Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Alane Varga opens her office door and takes time to reflect on the memories she’s created.

On pins and needles: UC students react to results from Nov. 3 election

Hannah Steyn, Special Assignments Reporter With election stress running high on Election Night, the general vibe on the Utica College campus was apprehensive. Students were not only concerned with the results, but also with how both sides might react.

Live: Claudia Tenney and supporters eye for a successful night in NY-22

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief Last Updated: Nov. 3 at 11:44 p.m. Tenney now leads Brindisi 55.4% to 42.4% with 68% of districts reporting. The mood, along with the vote, has changed. The crowd is energized and...

Update: Utica College to implement break days determined by respective faculty, traveling concerns addressed

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief A video message from President Laura Casamento was sent via email to students yesterday addressing concerns over student travel during the semester and the mental health break day which was originally set for Nov. 3 and...

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. 

The Martians are coming! Theater department, WPNR, set to broadcast War of the Worlds

Stephen Clark, Layout Editor WPNR will broadcast War of the Worlds at 5 p.m. on Oct. 30 in tandem with the theater program at Utica College. This will be the department’s first stab at a radio show due to...