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The Real Issue At Hand

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Alexander Geragotelis, Staff Writer The issue is not the administration’s stance, it is their lack of leadership. By now, almost everyone at Assumption is aware of the current tension between the administration and most of the student body. Since the Monday... More »

The Ethics of Unpaid Internships

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Oliver Bugbee, Staff Writer Internships are a great way to learn. They allow for a person to experience personal growth and gain new knowledge that they might not in the classroom. Internships can provide a hands-on preview of work in the real world. They pro... More »

Something Rotten

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Mikaela Newman, Staff Writer There’s Something Rotten in the State of Assumption, and it’s Blatant Homophobia   Growing up in a fundamentalist Southern Baptist (yeah, like Westboro Baptist Church) household, “gay” was a taboo word. We didn’t ta... More »

Your Vote, Their Voice

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Maggie Buckley, Copy Editor   The email.  The handbook.  The message from the president.   I am sure that if you are reading this, you know exactly what I am referring to.   It is more than obvious that we are living in a contentious and divi... More »

ACB: Her Role in the Supreme Court

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Tabatha Criollo, Staff Writer Amy Coney Barrett was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 28,1972. She attended Rhodes College for her Bachelor of Arts degree and later attended Notre Dame Law School on a full tuition scholarship and graduated first in he... More »

RBG: The Life and Legacy

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Maggie Buckley, Copy Editor Ruth Bader Ginsburg was born on March 15, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York.  Although she is known to many as a feminist icon now, when she was in high school, she looked just like any other traditional woman. However, this all changed ... More »

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Maureen Lynch, Staff Writer Ruth Bader Ginsburg was laid to rest Tuesday September 23 at the age of 87. After battling many health problems, she passed due to complications with her pancreas. The late Supreme Court justice was an icon to the American people be... More »

Worcester Public Schools on COVID-19

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Tabatha Criollo, Staff Writer The virus COVID-19 continues to cause a lot of change. With requirements of wearing a mask and basic social distancing, it is easy to question if things will ever be the same again. This pandemic has effected every person in some... More »

COVID-19 and Sports

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Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer The world had to hit the pause button for several aspects of daily life when COVID-19 first introduced itself. However, sports have rebounded surprisingly well through either resuming an ongoing season, rescheduling an upcoming slate,... More »

A Look at Our 2020 Autumn

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Sydney Tappan, Assistant Editor-in-Chief / Campus Life Editor There is no denying that this fall looks different than those prior. Nonetheless, there are still safe ways to celebrate the upcoming fall seasons. Here’s a few ideas to get you in the spirit: &n... More »