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Grandma Betty

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Skyler Hesch, Campus Life Editor This past weekend my Grandma Betty passed away. I thought that writing it would make that ugly, sad truth easier to swallow, but there is still a lump in my throat and tears forming in my eyes, eyes the same shade of blue as he... More »

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Club Spotlight: Assumption College Republican Club

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Tyler Cullen, Copy Editor The Massachusetts Alliance of College Republicans, or College Republicans for short has been on campus for over a year now. Given the time I have spent with this club and its members I can officially say that it is in fact the best pa... More »

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SGA Updates

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Kelsey McQuillan, Staff Writer With the month of January flying by, I would like to take some time to recap a couple of great SGA accomplishments while also providing some things to look forward to in February.  If you ever need an excuse to get off campus an... More »

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Volunteer Experience: SEND Camden

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Liam Young, Staff Writer SEND Camden 2019 It is one thing to sit in a sociology or economics class and her about problems like unemployment, unequal wealth distribution, and crime, but it is something completely different to see it firsthand. For those who h... More »

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Working as a student

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Iva Juka, Copy Editor As someone who has worked throughout all of college, I am able to state that time management is essential. Since freshman year, I’ve been balancing school, work, internships and a social life. At first it was difficult, but as time pass... More »

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Volunteer experience: ACE

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Sydney Tappan, Staff Writer As a junior taking all English based courses, attempting to remember the different layers of the Earth’s crust and the Pythagorean theorem proved more difficult than I originally anticipated. Proving even more difficult, was the ... More »

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Light the Way: a transfer student perspective

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Joseph Letizio, Staff Writer Move in weekend at a new school is exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time when you’re a transfer student. During the first week, I would suggest that you reach out to people in your classes and ask them to introduce you to... More »

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The last semester

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Iva Juka, Copy Editor This is my last semester here at Assumption College. This is my last semester as an undergraduate. My last semester to be able to live with all my best friends. My last semester before entering the “real world.” It sounds surreal to ... More »

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SEND Baltimore experience

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Catherine Donnelly, Staff Writer “Are you girls doing this for credit? How many hours do you need?” It was a question that we had heard multiple times on the trip and it was hard to explain that we were there for a service trip because we wanted to be the... More »

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Resolutions

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Skyler Hesch, Campus Life Editor Whether it was formal or informal, internal or external, broadcasted on social media or quietly written down in a private journal, we all made some sort of resolution coming into the new year, regardless of if we called it a ... More »

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CAB welcome back week: rewind edition

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Lauren Andre, Staff Writer Assumption College’s Campus Activities Board took initiative by starting off the spring 2020 semester with a successful Welcome Back Week: Rewind edition. To kick off the week, CAB executives Madeline Iassogna ‘20, Lauren Salern... More »

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Study Abroad Experience

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Madeline Lawlor, Staff writer Studying abroad has become a hallmark of the modern college experience, and since I started college, it was something that I felt like I had to do. Since high school, studying abroad, specifically in Ireland, had been something t... More »