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Poetry reading displays dynamic duo of writing

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 300 people in attendance sitting eagerly in stadium seating, like fans at a football game, ready to cheer for the quarterback as he walks on the field. The dull roar of conversation fills the Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall in the Tsotsis Family Academic C... More »

Ari Schultz passes away at age 5

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Dressed to impress in a blue-checkered shirt, a button down vest and a maroon bow tie, four-year-old Ari Schultz officially became a college baseball player in November 2016. The Assumption College Baseball team’s newest recruit signed to the team with just ... More »

SEND Mission Trip

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Before the sun had even risen on that May morning in New England, 10 Assumption students including myself were up and beginning our SEND trip to Pine Ridge, S.D. Everyone piled into a large van that would take us to the airport, and, with bags under our eyes, ... More »

Matthew Wessenberg a swing above the competition

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Golfer Matthew Wessenberg walked off the 18th green at the Newport National Golf Club for the Bentley Invitational carding an 85 to end the 2015-16 season, his worst 18 hole total for the year. The current senior and returning captain for the Assumption Colleg... More »

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New Coffee Event

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What TV show did you binge on this summer?

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I never thought I would get emotional looking at a box of Eggos. But last week, standing in the frozen food section of Target, that exact thing happened. I blame the Duffer Brothers. Yes, this article is about Stranger Things, because let’s be honest, it was... More »

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Working on Closing the Wage Gap

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In 2015, full-time working females made 79 cents for every dollar earned by men, according to Iwpr.org. Since 2015, full-time working females have made 20 cents more on average than in 1963 when the Equal Pay act was enacted, writes Pay-equity.org. Steady is n... More »