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Students swarm to farmers market

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 The Laska Lobby is usually a place that students pass through without stopping – on their way to lunch, coming from a class or heading back to their dorm. On Tuesday, November 7, the Greenhounds transformed the space into a place where students and faculty... More »

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Muliticultural night a success

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This year’s Multicultural Night was truly a success. The air was full of the scents of food from around the world and many hungry students came walking into the Hagan Campus Center this past Thursday. Dishes adorned the tables with flags of the countries bei... More »

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Save our planet, save our coffee

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Coffee is an important part of life for many people around the world. It isthe second most traded commodity in the world, right behind crude oils and derivatives. There is hardly a college campus left in the U.S. alone that doesn’t have its own Dunkin... More »

Film screening highlights immigration

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When Luis Argueta first arrived in Postville, Iowa in 2008, he expected to be there for only four days. He never thought that he would spend nine and a half years making a film. Dona Kercher, a Spanish and Film professor at Assumption organized an event this ... More »

Issue Update: Hurricane Maria

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No clean water, no electricity and no path to recovery in sight. Nearly two months after Hurricane Maria’s devastation swept through the United States territory of Puerto Rico, many Americans still struggle to survive. However, thanks to the generosity of ... More »

Date night for more than just couples

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Hagan Center Hall was transformed into a dimly lit authentic restaurant for Peer Ministry Date Night, which occurred on November 3. There were eight long tables positioned into rows of four in the large hall with candles and floral centerpieces to provide a ro... More »

Religion mixing with your cheerios

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Each morning, the average American can find themselves eating their breakfast and turning on the television to become immediately informed of the happenings around the world. From sports to weather to politics, if something is happening, Americans tune into th... More »

Officially cut programs at Assumption

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The most widely contested topic on campus this semester has been Assumption College’s financial state, particularly in regards to academic programs. An email was sent out from President Francesco Cesareo to the Assumption community on Tuesday, October 24 des... More »

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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 »

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Jazz Band performs in new auditorium

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 The Tsotsis Family Academic Center’s brand-new auditorium was filled with rhythmic melodies as the Assumption College Jazz Ensemble played its fall concert there for the first time on October 22. The ensemble began with a smooth rhythmic intro of Things Ai... More »