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Finding fall fun

Published 7m ago -

There is far more to fall other the infamous seasonal pumpkin spice lattes sold by Starbucks. The season is accompanied by colorful foliage, fuzzy scarves, pumpkins, warm flannels, hot apple cider, apple cider doughnuts, apple picking and plenty more apple-typ... More »

The power of music and theater at Assumption College

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I’ll never forget the first time I walked into chorale rehearsal my first year. Growing up chanting on the altar at my church, I had never really sung proper chorale music before, and I had learned everything by ear, so reading music was something completely... More »

Save myself

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For some reason, the 2017 school year has become an emotional roller coaster. Over here, we have Assumption’s budget cuts that are causing a lot of worry for a lot of people, while over there, everyone’s personal lives are changing, simply because a new ye... More »

I’m trying

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If you read this column last year then you might remember the list of New Year’s resolutions that I made for myself. I did one update back in March to check in on how I’m doing and I feel like now is a good time to do another evaluation. If you’re new an... More »

Cities honor cultures abused by European influence

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I’m sure we’re all looking forward to the long Columbus Day weekend. As our last break until Thanksgiving, many of us will use the time to kick back and relax. For some, however, this holiday represents something much more serious than an opportunity to sl... More »

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Taking the “art” out of “liberal arts”

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The Emmanuel d’Alzon Library first floor: students sit at the tables studying their math, physics, biology; empty walls surround them. They are unaware that those same walls were once home to the art of the talented students and faculty that came before them... More »

CAROLINE SAYS: Attempting Change

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I’m usually a fan of new things. The Disney live action films make me want to jump into a grave and roll in it just like Walt Disney is doing right now. Sometimes the people at Charlie’s will change the recipe for one of the sauces at the stir-fry station.... More »

Cross Cultural Center changing faces at Assumption

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Building the Tsotsis Family Academic Center was not the only development here at Assumption College during the long summer months. As students may now be aware, the College faced a budget gap due to lower than expected enrollment numbers. As a result, Assumpti... More »

Senior Column: Katelyn Merrigan

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Dear fellow seniors, Our graduating year is in full swing and you better be ready for it, because it goes by fast, or so we’ve heard. But that’s the funny thing about being ready; we never are. The truth is, we are most likely going to take this semester, ... More »

Concerns from ALANA students

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Building the Tsotsis Family Academic Center was not the only development here at Assumption College during the long summer months. As students may now be aware, the College faced a budget gap due to lower than expected enrollment numbers. As a result, Assumpti... More »

REBECCA’S REASON: Voices carry

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I’m sure that, by now, you’ve probably heard about some sort of cut that is in the works due to Assumption’s financial trouble. Perhaps you heard about a faculty being let go. Or maybe you heard about a department being cut due to lack of student involve... More »

Was the Tsotsis building worth the wait?

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Did you notice anything particularly different while strolling around campus this school-year? Yes, even more construction on campus than last semester. Behind all that messy construction, though, lies a beautiful academic building newly opened for the beginni... More »