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Monday, September 21, 2020

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,”...

Favorite App

Jacqui White, Online Editor As of March 2017, there are 2.2 million apps on the Apple App store and 2.8 million apps on Google Play. With all those apps, most students probably have a favorite app to turn to when they’re bored or want a...

Lights, Camera, Action! UC TV Club Gears up for Next Year

Marissa Verdon, Staff Writer With the semester coming to an end, most clubs on campus are getting ready for summer break. However, the Utica College Television Club is ready to hit the ground running in the fall with a new direction. Professor Laura Lewin advises the...

Addiction in the time of coronavirus: How COVID-19 affects addiction services in Oneida County

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief While the healthcare system is now focusing on combating the coronavirus pandemic, there is another epidemic that has been put on hold, yet is killing people every week: Opioid addiction. In Oneida County, the coronavirus pandemic...

Women’s Soccer Defends Home Field Against ESF

James DenBleyker, Staff Writer The Utica College women’s soccer team got its third win of the season as they beat an undefeated SUNY ESF team at Charles A. Gaetano Stadium by the score of 1-0 in an out of conference matchup.  Junior Jenna Mazza scored...

A blast from the past, as students look to the future

James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief Ketchum is one of the world’s largest communications firms and its CEO Robert Flaherty will be the Keynote speaker at the Utica College undergraduate commencement ceremony. Flaherty graduated from Utica College in 1981 with a degree in public relations and journalism. After he graduated,...

Hundreds gather for unity

Samuel Northrup, Editor-in-Chief Hundreds of students, faculty and staff gathered on Wednesday in the Edward and Jean Duffy Plaza for the campus-wide Walk a Mile for Unity. Participants met early to make signs and banners, then began the walk in Duffey Plaza that continued through...

A freaking petting zoo!

Ben Mehic, Managing News Editor Chickens, ducklings, piglets, a horse and a cow. It’s not the start of Old MacDonald – it’s a concise summary of what happened behind Boehlert on Monday, April 24 from 12 to 4 p.m. Students had the chance to interact with...

UC’s yearbook scrapped

Utica College discontinues yearbook Jaime Evanoff, Staff Writer Every year Utica College provides seniors with a free class yearbook however, national trends are indicating that most colleges are eliminating them to free up funds for additional programming. Utica College will continue to offer printed yearbooks for the 2016-2017 year but plans on...

The future of food

UC and Sodexo unveil plans to renovate cafeteria James McClendon, Editor-in-Chief When students return from summer vacation, the college dining experience they know will be a thing of the past. Working in collaboration with Sodexo, Utica College will be giving the Strebel Dining Commons a complete make-over....