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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

New All-Access bookstore program launched this semester

Bailey Hryb, Contributing Writer Despite individual financial woes due to COVID-19, the Utica College Bookstore is aiming at helping students and their families to save money by implementing a program that includes the cost of textbooks into the price...

12 students moved to online from the South Hall incident, 8 more removed this week

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief On Aug. 20, 12 students in South Hall attended a dorm party with no social distancing and no masks. As a result of Utica College’s Zero-Tolerance Policy, these 12 students were removed from campus and will...

Addiction in the time of coronavirus: How COVID-19 affects addiction services in Oneida County

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief While the healthcare system is now focusing on combating the coronavirus pandemic, there is another epidemic that has been put on hold, yet is killing people every week: Opioid addiction. In Oneida County, the coronavirus pandemic...

Tangerine Editor-in-Chief wins Syracuse Press Club awards

Staff Reports Maria Montero Silva, this year's Tangerine Editor-in-Chief, won two Syracuse Press Club awards on May 21. The annual awards ceremony was canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, winners were announced during...

We are still standing: Living through the pandemic as a college senior and international student

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Editor’s note: This is an updated version of the column that was published in The Tangerine’s May 1 print issue and in the Observer-Dispatch on Sunday, May 3: https://www.uticaod.com/news/20200503/commentary-coronavirus-impact-from-utica-college-international-studentrsquos-perspective.  When we first...

May 1, 2020: Special Edition Issue

What happened in the Spring of 2020? Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Since the Utica College campus closed to the public in March, the Tangerine has been publishing stories online. This time, the staff has come together...

Op-Ed: Everything from home

By Kyle Riecker, Guest Contributor The last day of ground operations at Utica College was solemn.  I packed my belongings and headed for the parking lot, not knowing when the next time I would be on campus again. 

Senior internships suspended due to coronavirus

Grace Barattini, Assistant Features Editor Utica College students have numerous opportunities to gain real-world professional experience in their chosen field.  However, the coronavirus pandemic has led companies to completely cease their activities, meaning internships that are...

UC introduces new grading policy for Spring 2020

Alyssa McKenna, Social Media Editor Utica College has changed its grading policies for students, Provost Todd Pfannestiel announced April 2. The decision comes after the college made the switch to an online learning environment on March...

2020 Homecoming still up in the air amid coronavirus

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief The Homecoming planning committee begins planning activities almost a year ahead of the big event that brings hundreds to Utica College every fall.  Scheduled for October 2, 3 and 4, and with...