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Saturday, April 17, 2021

“Backstabbed!” – An interactive crime scene for criminal justice students

Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter Layered in black paper and bright yellow caution tape lies a mock crime scene in Room 209 of the Economic Justice and Criminal Studies Building. The scene was set up on March 29 by...

Newman Center redesigned, Intracultural Center set to open in the fall

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor The Newman Center, currently known as the Intracultural Student Clubs and Organizations Center, will be opening to students in the fall. According to Matthew Carr, the vice president for college infrastructure...

National Anthem singer needed for commencement ceremonies

Bailey Hryb, Managing Editor Last month, Utica College President Laura Casamento released preliminary details for this year’s commencement ceremonies, which will be held partly in person compared to last year, where it was postponed and eventually canceled. 

Utica College announces preliminary commencement ceremony details, students react

Bailey Hryb, Managing Editor The midterm week has come and gone and graduation is within sight for many seniors on campus. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every aspect of daily life both on and off-campus. Last year, Utica...

SGA Elections: Positions open now

Charles Buckley, Staff Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) will be holding elections as students graduate from Utica College, leaving many of the positions such as president and chief justice unfilled for the fall semester. Other...

Academic classrooms available as study spaces

Hannah Steyn, Assistant News Editor Due to the COVID-19 pandemic limiting the amounts of students allowed in a given space, Utica College has made it possible for students to reserve academic classrooms as study spaces. These...

Utica College to host the Virtual Regional Science Fair on March 27

Mickale Thompson, Contributing Writer Despite a year filled with challenges and planning obstacles, local middle school and high school students will still compete in the 42nd annual Regional Science Fair on March 27 as the event will be held...

Updated: Utica College announces the establishment of Karl Zimpel ‘75 Endowed Professorship in Cybersecurity

Isabella Hudziak, Special Assignments Reporter On March 24, President Laura Casamento announced the establishment of the Karl Zimpel ‘75 Endowed Professorship in Cybersecurity, which is the second endowed professorship to exist in Utica College history, followed by the Harold...

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...