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Romaine Lettuce Outbreak Updates

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David Cifarelli – Editor-In-Chief Romaine lettuce is starting to return to grocery stores after an E. coli outbreak to hit the leafy lettuce this past month. The York Daily Reporter stated that the produce would begin its reentry this weekend. This come... More »

Campus Police Does “No-Shave” November

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Richard Hudson Staff Writer If you noticed Campus Police personnel sporting beards during the month of November, it is not a new fashion trend for law enforcement. Instead, it is part of a nationwide effort to care for and raise awareness for the invisible wou... More »

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California Wildfires Rage On

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Iva Juka – Staff Writer Within the past month, the Northern region of California has endured one of its most destructive wildfires ever recorded in U.S history. The “Camp Fire” wildfire blazed through California’s land for seventeen days straight,... More »

Men’s Cross Country has best Program Finish

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Kialeigh Marston – Copy Editor It might be surprising that the Men’s Cross Country number one running, Andrew “Lambo” Lamb eats a pint of Ben & Jerry’s before every race, however it is even more surprising how much success this young team ha... More »

Reactions to the 2018 Midterm Elections

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Richard Hudson – Staff writer Going into the midterm elections on Tuesday, November 6th, I was unsure about what the outcome would be. I heard that a “blue wave” was coming that would change control of the House and the Senate from Republican to Dem... More »

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Positioning the College toward a Vibrant Future

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Francesco C. Cesareo, President of Assumption College Recently I met with the members of the Restructuring Committee to discuss the restructuring of the College. In the course of our conversation, all of us thought it would be helpful if I provided the commun... More »

Veterans Day Faculty Corner Reflection

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Kristen Carella, Professor of English It’s just a few days before Veteran’s Day, and that has had me thinking about my friend Kayah. I met Kayah in basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, in June 2001. Since her last name starts with “Bu” and ... More »

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START Retreat Reflection

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Jenna Smith – STAFF WRITER START is a retreat offered through Assumption’s Campus Ministry office and something many of my friends had previously attended and urged me to consider. After being asked by multiple people if I was going to go through with... More »

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Greenhounds Open Mic, Open Air

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David Cifarelli – Editor-In-Chief Candy and sustainability go together, right? What about raffle prizes and song performances? All these things and more came together during Greenhounds’ first late night event of the semester. The Greenhounds Open Mic... More »

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ALANA Hosts Multicultural Day

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Skyler Hesch – Staff Writer With flags representing a variety of countries on the walls, music playing and the smell of flavorful food in the air, Hagan Hall was transformed into an entirely new atmosphere as the ALANA Network hosted their annual Multicu... More »

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Boston Takes it All

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Samantha Surowiec – Staff Writer For the eleventh time in twenty years, a Boston sports team has brought home another title, reaffirming that Boston truly is the City of Champions. After a record-breaking season, the Boston Red Sox—lead by new manager ... More »

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Got Tickets?

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Caitlyn Bonasia – Staff Writer Have you ever walked outside of class or your dorm and immediately saw a ticket laying on your windshield? If so, you are not alone. In 2017, Campus Police issued 3,176 tickets to students, faculty, staff and College visito... More »