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Monday, September 21, 2020

Just in time for Valentine’s

Grace Barattini, Assistant Features Editor St. Valentine’s Day was established at the end of the fifth century and to this day still holds to its original meaning of a day associated with love.  Going as far...

Celebrating Black History Month

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief The legacy of African American individuals who have contributed to history, science, humanities and art is acknowledged during the month of February across the nation.    Black History Month started as a...

Film series brings alternative cinema to UC

Grace Barattini, Assistant Features Editor Back in 1964, undergraduate student Jurji Savyckyj created a committee in hopes to launch a film series at UC. The overall goal of creating the series was to bring European films to campus. 

Ending Black History Month on a high note

Gianna Cognetti, Features Editor Concluding Black History Month, David Moore, coordinator of the Lunch Hour Series, dedicated a musical performance to musicians William Warfield and Paul Robeson on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Moore said Warfield was a...

Farmer’s market returning to UC campus

Staff Reports The UC Health and Wellness Committee is hosting the second annual Farmer’s Market and flu clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11 in the Ellen Knower Clark Lounge in Strebel Student Center. Vendors expected to be on hand are Bite Bakery,...

Ice-T visits MVCC

Derek Hamilton, Staff Writer Ice-T, the father of Gangster Rap, visited the MVCC Utica campus on Oct. 5 to talk about race relations in America and bridging the gap.  About 200 tickets were pre-purchased for Utica...

Father Drobin: A local guy who stuck around

Maggie Reid, Assistant Features Editor Not everyone grows up knowing for sure what they want to do with their life, but for Father Drobin, religion was something that came natural to him. “I think I grew up looking to altruism for a good career and calling,”...

16 students relocated to Burrstone after Pioneer Village flood

Residents are expected to return to their apartments soon while a contracting company concludes drying efforts. Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief Co-written by Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing Editor Last Thursday, Oct. 10, at...

Volleyball Falls To Hartwick

Hali VanderMeulen, Staff Writer Utica College women's volleyball lost its Empire 8 Conference opener Wednesday night against Hartwick College in four sets. Utica started off strong winning the first set 25-19, but struggled the rest of the way. Junior Nicole Herringshaw played big for the Pioneers...

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...