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December 2019

All posts published in December 2019

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Track and Field Breaks Records at Indoor Season Opener

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Gina Savino, Sports Editor Track and Field began their indoor season this past Saturday at the Alden Invitation in Providence, Rhode Island. The team saw school records broken at their very first meet, as well as at least one fifth place finish by six differen... More »

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Worcester’s Top Three Restaurants

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David Pepin, Editor-In-Chief Worcester is a city that is known for its great food options. There is something for nearly everyone, and over my four years at Assumption, I have tried a good variety of them. Going to college in Worcester means that we have all t... More »

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You Do Not Have to Have It All Figured Out

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor As an underclassman, I was always scared to become a senior. All the seniors before me appeared to be so old and wise. It seemed like they had their lives together and everything all planned out for after graduat... More »

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Unpopular Opinion: Christmas Music Is Overrated

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Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-In-Chief At this time of year, practically every radio station you turn to is playing Christmas music. The familiar tunes of Jingle Bells and Let it Snow fill grocery stores, cafes, pharmacies and even the local bars. Is there... More »

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2020 On Its Way

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Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-in-Chief Yikes. That is a year that I never thought would come. When I came to Assumption for my COMPASS orientation a whole three and a half years ago, it was crazy to be welcomed as the class of 2020. I mean, I still feel lik... More »

What Exactly Were the 2010s?

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Tom Angell, Staff Writer What were the 2010s? As the decade after the 9/11-decade comes to a close, it is easy to say there are many answers to a question like that. The immediate, decade-long existential insecurities became more internalized. It was a decade ... More »