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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

GIVING BACK: Casamento explains vital endowment program

Nicholas Souza, News/Online Editor Throughout the past few months, while the Utica College’s presidential search has been taking place, many have heard the title of executive vice president and chief advancement officer. This is because future UC president, Laura Casamento, currently occupies this position. She...

Celebrating Black History Month

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief The legacy of African American individuals who have contributed to history, science, humanities and art is acknowledged during the month of February across the nation.    Black History Month started as a...

Parking a headache early into semester

Samuel Northrup, Editor in Chief With a new semester underway at Utica College, new parking lot rules were implemented prior to classes beginning. The changes made are meant to make daily parking more convenient for a student body where 66 percent live off campus, according...

Having humanity

Maggie Reid, Staff Writer It wasn’t until Utica College Student, Amanda Abdagic, adopted a dog herself that she started to become an animal activist. “I saw what having one could do for somebody,” Abdagic said. “People don’t take seriously it enough how much animals help in...

Around the World Dinner offers tastes of globe around campus

Francesca Alfieri, Staff Writer The Around the World Dinner is one of the many special dinner events that happens at UC. This event was held on Feb. 4 and brought together many different cultures on campus through food. 

Students network at annual job fair

Matt Rogers, Co-Editor-in-chief 51 different organizations were present at Utica College’s Job & Internship Fair held Wednesday afternoon at the Library Concourse. Students from various majors attended and were provided a chance to meet and network with individuals in their chosen field. Senior Spencer Lasker, an...

A different way to Spring Break

Michael Schebel, Special Assignments Reporter For students that are not sure what to do during the upcoming spring break, UC is offering an “Alternative Spring Break” as a different option.  It allows students to provide help to those in...

UC Hosts Luncheon to Celebrate Women

Nicholas Souza, News/Online Editor Utica College will host the “In Celebration of Women,” luncheon with the award-winning entertainer, Rhodessa Jones, as the keynote speaker on March 3. Her talk, “A Woman for the 21st Century,” addresses how theatre can be used to create a dialogue about...

Pioneer Pride

Mark Mitchell, Staff Writer “Pioneer” means to be the first to explore something new. The word itself speaks volumes, and the athletes at Utica College take pride in what they do, whether it includes performing on the field or excelling in the classroom. The athletes at...

Stella!

Mike Colegrove, Staff Writer   On Monday, March 13 weather advisory was announced for three consecutive days in preparation for what arguably became the worst storm in area history. The Utica area got 36 inches of snow, as it came down Monday and Tuesday. The amount of...