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Utica College Emergency Medical Services recertified UC as a HEARTSafe campus

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor The National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation promotes community awareness for saving lives through the use of CPR. In order to raise awareness, the NCEMSF has developed the HEARTSafe campus initiative where designated campuses can become certified. According to Colby Kusinitz,...

Construction on new science building ongoing as structure begins to rise

Emily Joss, Staff Writer Just outside of Gordon Science Center, the new science building is taking shape as construction continues. This addition is a part of a series of college improvements that are modernizing campus and improving the quality...

The Tangerine Grove set to reopen March 15

Bailey Hryb, Managing Editor One year after closing its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Tangerine Grove, Utica College’s in-house food pantry, is set to reopen on March 15. The Tangerine Grove, which focuses on providing UC community members...

Virtual Job and Internship Fair coming soon

Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter As students travel down the halls of Hubbard, they are likely to see bulletin boards advertising an upcoming Job and Internship Fair. Each year, Utica College sponsors this fair during the spring semester to...

Hockey player Sean Dickson receives honor from the New Hartford Fire Department

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief Utica College men’s hockey goalie Sean Dickson was recently named the William V. Kelly Emergency Medical Technician of the Year from the New Hartford Fire Department.  The fire department issues annual awards to...

The impact of COVID-19 on Utica College’s Study Abroad program

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor While COVID-19 has impacted every aspect of life, one of the major changes has been that of travel. As a result, Utica College’s Study Abroad program has suffered greatly. Stacy Phelps,...

Utica College community reacts to recent COVID-19 measures enacted by President Casamento

Bailey Hryb, Managing Editor Last week Utica College President Laura Casamento announced her decision to pause all athletic activity due to an increase in COVID-19 cases present on campus. Two days later, she recanted her decision and changed it...

Update: Utica College sends 18 student-athletes home due to COVID-19 violations, other teams with no positive cases to resume play

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief A total of 18 students have been transitioned to remote learning for COVID-19 violating safety protocols, Utica College President Laura Casamento announced in a memo on Feb. 26. All other sports, pending no positive cases or...

Dr. Clemmie Harris hosts Zoom talk on history of race and racism within American public health system

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer On Feb. 23, History Professor Clemmie Harris presented a Zoom lecture on the history of race and racism within American public health system and medicine as part of Utica College's Black Heritage Month programming and...

Faculty at Utica College working to understand the impacts of COVID-19 in the region through ICIC

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief In a project attempting to understand the impacts of COVID-19 in the region, the Intermountain COVID-19 Impact Consortium was formed, consisting of faculty members involved with research organizations such as the Bassett Research Institute, SUNY Cobleskill,...