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The Super Bowl: An unofficial holiday for UC students

Alyssa Raga, Staff Writer Hope Russo, Staff Writer On Sunday, Feb. 2, the Super Bowl LIV took place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. The San Francisco 49ers took on the Kansas City Chiefs with...

Opinion: Remembering Kobe and Gianna

Michael Schebel, Special Assignments Reporter Over the past 20 years, there has been one name tied to almost universal acclaim: Kobe Bryant. A five time NBA Champion, an NBA MVP and a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Bryant became a household...

Celebrating Student Press Freedom Day

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor Faculty and Tangerine alumni reflect on freedom of the press and its role at UC. Jan. 29 marked Student Press Freedom Day, a time that acknowledges the contributions of student...

More than a hassle: The ordeal of menstruating as a homeless woman

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief For the 216,211 homeless women and girls in the United States as of 2018, finding shelter and food is already a daily hardship.  And then, they get their...

Campus Split on Impeachment Inquiry

Debra Born, News Editor Front page, above-the-fold news on media channels for weeks has been the recent inquiry into President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukraine. A whistleblower accused Trump of pressuring the Ukraine president to explore corruption allegations...

Sandy Hook Promise Releases Controversial PSA

Celeste Gessner, Staff Writer Sandy Hook Promise, a national nonprofit organization based in Connecticut and led by people who lost family members from the infamous shooting, released a controversial public service announcement.  The video starts out...

Campus Divided over Global Climate Strike

Debra Born, News Editor Last Friday’s Global Climate Strike, an emerging demonstration to end global warming, started a wave of protests against climate policies in 150 countries. Utica College has been touched by the strike from students on both...

After Celeb Admissions Scandal, How Does UC Ensure a Fair Process?

Debra Born, Assistant Features Editor The recent admissions scandals that have been playing out across the nation hone in on the importance of a fair selection process at colleges and universities across the country, including UC.

South Carolina Student Murder Raises Questions About Rideshare Safety

Maria M. Silva, Special Assignment Reporter Last weekend, University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson was murdered after mistakenly entering a stranger’s car that she thought was her Uber ride. The murder has left the...

Blackface’s Shameful History Lingers Beyond Virginia

Samuel Northrup, Editor-In-Chief Mired in controversy, Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam remains in office three weeks since a page from his medical school yearbook containing a picture of two people — one dressed in blackface and another in a Ku...