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Op-Ed: Colin Kaepernick, the national anthem and protests

Matthew Breault, Assistant Sports Editor When NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem at a preseason NFL game on Sept. 1, 2016, it shocked the world. It left many sports fans angry, including myself, because...

Hostile presidential debate leaves viewers dissatisfied

Thomas Nieman, Staff Writer Many Americans were left feeling disappointed and frustrated after the first face-off between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, which was arguably the most anticipated presidential debate in modern history.

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Bailey Hryb, News Editor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, famed Supreme Court Associate Justice, notable advocate for women’s rights and a reigning figure in Washington, passed away last week on Sept. 18 following complications from an ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer....

Flu Season Close, Flu Shot Clinic Scheduled on Campus Next Month

Thomas Nieman, Staff Writer The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced it is possible to contract both the seasonal flu as well as COVID-19. With flu season swiftly approaching, making an effort to get a flu vaccine...

Zoom: The New Face of Classrooms

Bailey Hyrb, News Editor While schools have made attempts to limit the number of students in class, per coronavirus restrictions, Zoom has replaced the traditional classroom setting for millions of students around the world.  Zoom, a...

Utica College holds memorial for 19-year anniversary of 9/11

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer For the past few years, Utica College has organized an event to honor those that lost their lives during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that took place 19 years ago. This year, the event was...

On the decline – Shopping malls

Nick McAdam, Editor-in-Chief A report from Business Insider in 2017 claimed that 20- 25 % of shopping malls in the United States would crash between 2017 and 2022 and that retailers within these malls will close approximately 8,600 stores...

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...

A monumental moment in history: The Trump impeachment proceedings

Grace Barattini, Assistant Features Editor President Donald Trump was accused of pressuring Ukraine in hopes of revealing damage done by former Vice President Joe Biden, a current Democratic presidential candidate, according to BBC.   This suspicion caused...

As the 2020 election gets closer, final candidates list still unclear

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief The U.S. presidential elections are right around the corner and as the date approaches, the list of candidates, primarily Democrats, is also narrowing down. Still, the big number of diverse candidates is new in the...