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Agape Latte speaker shares key to “Falling Up”

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Skyler Hesch Staff Writer On Monday, April 1st, Agape Latte hosted their second event of the semester in Charlie’s. Despite having to cancel their event many times, due to illnesses and conflicts, Agape Latte was finally able to reschedule their event. This ... More »

Fire breaks out on Merrifield Street

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Amber LaBonte Copy Editor Early Tuesday morning, around 2:30 a.m., a fire broke out at 77 Merrifield St. in Worcester, Mass. Flames emerged from the windows and residents were trapped inside, according to reports from Deputy Fire Chief Adam Roche. Police were ... More »

Disney closes deal with Fox

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Eric Guditz Copy Editor On Wednesday March 20th, Disney completed a 71.3-billion-dollar acquisition of 21st Century Fox assets. The deal, announced in December 2017, is Disney’s largest acquisition in its 96-year history. “This is an extraordinary and hist... More »

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Civil Rights Activist advises Students to keep Fighting

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David Cifarelli Editor-In-Chief As a keynote speaker for the College of the Holy Cross’ Unity Week, civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson gave a talk about racial injustices in the country’s legal system. The talk was held at 8:00 p.m. in the Hogan Campus C... More »

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Trump’s Collusion with Russia

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Tyler Cullen Staff Writer On Sunday March 24th, Robert Mueller and his team reached a conclusion in the Russia investigation that was led. The investigation found that there was no compelling evidence showing signs of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaig... More »

A defense of the Electoral College

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Katie Samalis Copy Editor There has been a lot of discussion about the Electoral College from many recently. Presidential candidates have been arguing for its abolishment claiming that it is incompatible with a democracy, since it sometimes does not reflect th... More »