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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Review: Chicago P.D. a quarantine favorite

Alyssa Raga, Staff Writer While we are all in self-isolation, most of us are looking for shows to binge watch to help pass the time or for when we need to take a break from everything going on. My go-to show is Chicago...

Alumnus Jonathan Adewumi ‘86 dies from COVID-19: “He was bigger than life”

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief When news broke about Jonathan Adewumi’s passing due to complications of COVID-19 on April 17, hundreds poured support and shared memories on social media about the Nigerian-American restaurateur, entrepreneur, African culture advocate and community leader.

COVID-19 takes life of ’08 alumna Gabby Hudson and unborn son

“Amazing energy, a huge heart and a passion for education and justice” Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor Full of life, an infectious laugh, a mentor for new students and a tireless advocate for women and students...

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...

First challenged, professors make successful online switch

Emmalyn Ylaya, Tangerine Clerk Utica College has been working in a virtual environment since the week after spring break in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Some students and professors first felt overwhelmed with...

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 hires new VP for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Anthony Baird will officially join UC May 1 Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Anthony Baird has been chosen UC’s new Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion/Chief Diversity Officer, President Laura Casamento announced in a campus-wide...

Plans still on for ‘24 Class arrival

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor While Utica College has already transitioned to an online format, plans for future events are still up in the air. Commencement was postponed, residential students are unsure about when they can come back to...

Filling the absence of comradery with coffee and music: A review of Coffee Talk

Frank Bianco, Copy Editor Are you the kind of person who misses familiar faces greeting you on a daily basis? Are you the kind of person looking for an interesting gaming experience which offers just enough participation without the...

Early August commencement considered; Pandemic shakes up students’ post-graduation plans

Emily Beck, Staff Writer The 2020 graduation ceremony was approaching quickly, a moment many seniors had been looking forward to since they began their college experience. Due to recent interruptions the 2020 graduation was postponed, targeting the first half...