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Monday, September 21, 2020

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...

Local Sports Thoughts

Nick McAdam, Assist. Sports Editor Aside from Pioneers’ games, faculty and students have both the Utica Comets and the new Major Arena Soccer League team, Utica City FC (UCFC), to root on. All three teams play at the Adirondack...

UC at “near-zero” risk as coronavirus spreads

Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief As the new respiratory illness known as Novel Coronavirus continues to spread, the World Health Organization reported 20,000 people diagnosed and 426 deaths globally (as of Feb. 4), the risk is still low for the...

Tangerine Grove opens its doors

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor Instead of being a classroom for students, room 180 in the Gordon Science Center now has another purpose. Utica College’s new food pantry, “The Tangerine Grove,” opened its doors on Monday, Feb. 3. 

What does it take to Cancel Classes?

UC administrators explain the factors that are considered to cancel classes when weather patterns jeopardize safety. Maria Montero Silva, Editor-in-Chief In the face of the cold temperatures and snow conditions that are typical of the...

Portrait of a Drummer: Ginger Baker

By Francis Bianco, Copy Editor On Sunday, Oct. 6, Ginger Baker, one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most acclaimed and eccentric drummers, and the man that Rolling Stone once voted as...

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...

NACCC racial climate survey results now available

Kaitlyn Tambasco, Managing News Editor In the Spring of 2019, more than 700 students took the National Assessment of Collegiate Campus Climates survey (NACCC) that was sent out by UC President Laura Casamento in March.  The specific results are...

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...

UC Student Groups Honor Veterans with Flag and Monument in front of Strebel

Debra Born, Staff Writer The U.S. flag is now flying in front of Strebel after it was raised on Nov. 8 to honor American veterans and students who have or are currently serving in the military. UC’s Student Veterans...