November 2020

All posts published in November 2020

12 posts

Keeping in Touch

Published 2y ago -

Sydney Tappan, Assistant Editor-in-Chief / Campus Life Editor When we cannot all be in the physical presence of one another, it is important to keep in touch with those that are important to us by any means possible. We went from seeing one another every day ... More »

The Masters: 2020 Edition

Published 2y ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer “A tradition unlike any other,” says sports broadcasting icon Jim Nantz, is one way to describe the annual Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Its rich history, dreamy foliage on Magnolia Lane and... More »

Stay Productive During Remote Learning

Published 2y ago -

Sydney Tappan, Assistant Editor-in-Chief / Campus Life Editor Right now, I along with many others, find it more than difficult to stay focused and motivated while we sit at home distracted by things that are more interesting than the work in front of us. Doin... More »

Barrett Nominated for the Bench

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Maureen Lynch, Staff Writer Throughout the month of October, Capital Hill has been front and center. With the elections heating up, Congress has been quick to push through its latest nominee to the Supreme Court Bench. Judge Amy Coney Barrett was nominated to... More »

Rays vs. Dodgers: World Series Analysis

Published 2y ago -

Kyle Sorgi, Staff Writer Major League Baseball (MLB), like every other sport, had a completely different feel in 2020 than any other season. Not only was its regular season condensed from 162 to 60 games, but the playoffs welcomed six more teams than usual aft... More »

The Real Issue At Hand

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Alexander Geragotelis, Staff Writer The issue is not the administration’s stance, it is their lack of leadership. By now, almost everyone at Assumption is aware of the current tension between the administration and most of the student body. Since the Monday... More »

The Ethics of Unpaid Internships

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Oliver Bugbee, Staff Writer Internships are a great way to learn. They allow for a person to experience personal growth and gain new knowledge that they might not in the classroom. Internships can provide a hands-on preview of work in the real world. They pro... More »

Something Rotten

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Mikaela Newman, Staff Writer There’s Something Rotten in the State of Assumption, and it’s Blatant Homophobia   Growing up in a fundamentalist Southern Baptist (yeah, like Westboro Baptist Church) household, “gay” was a taboo word. We didn’t ta... More »

Your Vote, Their Voice

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Maggie Buckley, Copy Editor   The email.  The handbook.  The message from the president.   I am sure that if you are reading this, you know exactly what I am referring to.   It is more than obvious that we are living in a contentious and divi... More »

ACB: Her Role in the Supreme Court

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Tabatha Criollo, Staff Writer Amy Coney Barrett was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 28,1972. She attended Rhodes College for her Bachelor of Arts degree and later attended Notre Dame Law School on a full tuition scholarship and graduated first in he... More »