October 2018

All posts published in October 2018

31 posts

Supreme Court justice under fire

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Eric Guditz Copy Editor Emotions ran high at the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on September 27, during the testimony of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Chris¬tine Blasey Ford, professor of psychology at Palo Alto University and a resea... More »

Una noche para recordar

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Lily O’Connor  Staff Writer Thursday night’s Latino Festival hosted by ALANA turned the Tsotsis Ballroom into a colorful celebration of culture. The yearly festival highlights Latino culture and shares the celebration with not only Latino students, but... More »

Tolerance takeover: Augustine on modern boredom

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Katelynn Rosa Staff Writer The world we live in today is what it is due to technology. We use our phones to connect with others from across the world, whether it is through a basic phone call or to simply post a picture on Instagram. But, we have failed when i... More »

CAB makes home wherever the Hounds are together

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Skyler Hesch Staff Writer What makes a home, home? Is it the location? The color? The carpet that has been in your living room for years? The bedroom walls your dad painted when you were ten? The smell of dinner in the oven? Home may be all of these things, bu... More »

Two decades, two years

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As I began to reflect back on what the past twenty-two years of my life brought, I started to think about what life is to me. Life is hard, we all know that, but it’s the way in which we choose to tackle this challenge that determines whether life is unbeara... More »

Cosby sentenced three to ten years

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Eric Guditz Copy Editor Once known as “America’s Dad,” Bill Cosby is an entertainment icon whose career has spanned over five decades. On September 25th he appeared in a courthouse in Norristown, PA, and was sentenced to three to ten years in state priso... More »

New event for SGA in the works

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Colin McQuillian Vice President for Student Affairs The fall at Assumption is one of the most beautiful and best times of the year here on 500 Salisbury Street. The leaves are changing colors and the campus is at its peak of beauty. With the month of October a... More »

Pre-Law lunch

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Tyler Cullen Staff Writer Last Friday, September 28th, the first pre law luncheon was held at Charlie’s from 12:30-1:30. This meeting was just one of many upcoming meetings, the group has plans to meet around three times each semester. At the start of the me... More »

Bringing back the Baroque

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Jakob Pohlman Staff Writer During the common hour on Thursday, September 27th, the Bach Consort of Worcester performed iconic baroque-era pieces using strings, flute, harpsichord and acoustic guitar. The Bach Consort of Worcester is a musical performance group... More »

Dunkin Donuts rebranding unsettles New Englanders

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Bridget Coakley staff writer With the decline of doughnut eaters comes the end of an iconic name known to many New Englanders. Soon enough, dads across New England won’t be saying “let’s go to Dunkin’ Donuts” before their kid’s games, they’ll be ... More »

The voter’s dilemma: Question One

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Amber LaBonte Staff Writer We’ve all heard it before. It is our right, privilege and duty to vote as citizens of our country and members of our community. While some may think it doesn’t matter, how we choose to vote can shape our country’s policies. How... More »

Passion over planning

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All summer people asked me, “Are you excited for senior year?” or “What are you going to do after college?” They spoke as though I have my whole life planned out. The truth is, I don’t know exactly what I want to do. I have an idea; in fact I have se... More »