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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 »

Inaugural “Bleed Blue” event

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Ryan Morgera – Staff Writer On October 26th from 5 to 7 p.m., the first annual “Bleed Blue” event took place on the Hagan Lawn. Students from all grades gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of the athletic teams on campus, as well as show their ... More »

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Eleven Killed in Pittsburgh shooting

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Tyler Cullen – Staff Writer A gunman who opened fire in the Tree of Life Synagogue killed eleven people and injured six others. This horrible massacre was carried out on the morning of October 27, on what would have been a normal Saturday morning. The ma... More »

Being Spiritual

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David Cifarelli – Editor In Chief Religion and spirituality: two very similar terms with two almost completely different definitions, at least from my perspective. My senior seminar class is addressing the conversation between the two concepts in our Pod... More »

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Honoring Our Vets

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Tyler Cullen – Staff Writer On Thursday, November 8th Assumption College held a Veterans Day ceremony in light of the upcoming holiday. In addition to this there was also a ribbon cutting that marked the opening of the brand new Veterans Lounge in the IT... More »

Midterm Elections Recap

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Eric Guditz – Copy Editor Voters in the U.S. headed to the polls on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 for the midterm elections. These elections happen once every four years, halfway between presidential elections, and may consist of congressional, state and l... More »

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“Life-Size” is Coming Back to Life with a Sequel

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Celia Smith, Assistant Editor-in-Chief Our “smizing” queen of everything, Tyra Banks, announced earlier this month that every 90’s-kid’s favorite featured Disney Channel movie, “Life-Size,” will be making a comeback 18 years and 24 seasons of “Am... More »