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Living Under Quarantine

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Iva Juka, Copy Editor As cases of the COVID-19 have been spreading rapidly, our country has been forced into a national emergency. President Donald Trump has urged for all citizens to remain in social distancing -or even in quarantine, until the virus gets is... More »

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“Beginnings” Part II

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Madelyn Johnson, Staff Writer As she fought, she glimpsed the others that ran in fighting as well, though she was clearly the strongest. A gnome jumped and dashed and sliced at the beasts; a half-elf cast spells left and right; a human woman was surprisingly ... More »

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Forever Growing, Forever Learning

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Sarah Ardolino, Arts & Entertainment Editor The other day, I was looking over all my files on Google Drive and I came across a folder labeled “college.” It hadn’t been edited since October 2015, which was around the time I was applying for college. ... More »

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Is the Sequel Worth It? “The Boy II” Review

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Jordan Gablaski, Staff Writer Starring Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson and Owain Yeoman, “Brahms: The Boy II” is the–perhaps unnecessary– sequel to the 2015 horror “The Boy.” With an entirely new cast from the first, except for the doll of cour... More »

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Assumption College Honors Black History Month

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Calvin Milliner, Staff Writer “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” -Frederick Douglass It’s that time of year again. The month of February, also known as Black History Month, in which we celebrate and pay tribute to the generations of African... More »

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Historic Daytona 500 Ends in Horrific Crash

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Domenico Colace, Online Editor The 62nd running of the Daytona 500 took place over the two days of Sunday, February 16 and Monday, February 17. The Daytona 500 is the not only the first race of the NASCAR season, but it is often touted as the “Super Bowl of... More »

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Men’s Lacrosse Spring Preview

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Ryan Morgera, Staff Writer This winter has seemed to have come and gone, and it’s beginning to look and feel a lot like lacrosse season. After one of their better seasons in recent history, the men’s lacrosse team here at Assumption is ready to rock and r... More »

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Protect the Pack: Hounds in the NE10

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Gina Savino, Sports Editor As we are nearing the end of winter sports, and conference championships are happening all around us, it is easy to see how our Hounds see the challenge and rise up to it. Over the past few weeks, we have been witnesses to our Greyh... More »

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Who is AC Squirrels?

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Kenneth Allard, Staff Writer One day while I was scrolling through good old Instagram, I came across this Instagram account called “ac_squirrels.” My first thought was “Awww that’s extremely cute that someone made an instagram page for our squirrels,... More »

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Friendship

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Skyler Hesch, Campus Life Editor I always refer to my sister Ryleigh as the best friend God knew I needed. I obviously cannot remember my exact reaction when she was born 18 months after me, but I knew I loved her very much and could not wait for her to grow ... More »

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How Campus Involvement Has Impacted Me

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David Pepin, Editor-In-Chief I’m not really what you would call a stereotypical leader type of person. I’m quiet and introverted, I don’t really like speaking in front of people, and I tend to just go with the flow rather than have any sort of plan. I w... More »