October 2018

All posts published in October 2018

31 posts

True Life: I think I’m Emo

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-In-Chief This past weekend, I was just sitting on my couch, pondering life and enjoying an episode of “Daria” when it hit me: emo is short for emotional. I freaked out, thinking I came to another one of my huge revelations... More »

I’m not Goth, mom, I’m Emo

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Celia Rose Smith Assistant Editor-in-chief Imagine this: it’s 2008 and you’re walking down the halls of your middle school. You spot three of your classmates who identify within an alternative culture. Theresa is Goth, Danny is emo and Leila is scene. Yet,... More »

The “D” Word

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Sarina Nassar staff writer As a 21-year-old senior in college, I have decided to make some changes in my life and try something called “dating.” Did I just use the “D” word? Yes, dating. I don’t mean going on Tinder and matching with strangers that y... More »

Touring all summer

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Samantha Surowiec Staff Writer Coming to Assumption College, I knew exactly what on-campus job I wanted: Admissions Ambassador. I fell in love with the passion and commitment of the twelve Ambassadors the first time I encountered them at Accept Assumption, as ... More »

Time Continues

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There are so many instances where I bet we could all nod in agreement, that we are just in a writing rut. A drought as you could define it, where any writing ability seems completely abysmal. Well friends, that moment is exactly where I’m at right now. Joyou... More »

Club Insights

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Kristina Wyman Campus Life Editor This article will start a series consisting of insights to the different clubs on campus and a general overview of what the clubs continue to present for us and have been known to present. The club spotlight that we feature in... More »

10 things I’ve learned in 10 countries

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Sarah Ardolino STAFF WRITER Last semester, spring 2018, I studied abroad at the Assumption College Rome Campus. During my time in Italy, I took advantage of the opportunity to travel to other countries. I ended up seeing ten cities, all unique and all offering... More »

“A Simple Favor” is simply suspenseful

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Marisa Butler staff writer Originally a novel written by Harper Bell, “A Simple Favor” is the story of two women who form an unlikely and more than dysfunctional friendship. Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) is a mom, blogger and widow who will go to the ends of t... More »

The summer of Kanye West

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Luke Orlando staff writer It would take years to pour through all the artists Kanye has touched in his relatively young career. Many people will claim he is past his prime. Even Kanye said, “I miss the old Kanye” in I Love Kanye from 2016’s The Life of P... More »

How music has molded me

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Christine Toher Staff writer Since I could speak, music has been my entire world. Every home movie my family has from the time I was two involved me singing some type of song I had created. This love of music is why nobody was surprised when I wanted to learn ... More »