Category

News

Home » News

26 posts

Interview with Rick Cinclair, photojournalist

Published 3m ago -

Photojournalism is no easy task. This is especially true for Rick Cinclair, who covered a standoff between protestors and police during 2020’s social unrest despite the threat of Roman candles and other incendiaries.  Cinclair, the chief photographer fo... More »

The Retirement of President Francesco Cesareo

Published 4m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief After 15 years as President of Assumption University, Francesco Cesareo has decided to retire. The news, delivered in a community-wide email on Tuesday, March 8, came as a shock to many, especially considering Cesareo just si... More »

Pinky Swear Pack Pottery Night

Published 5m ago -

By Adam Ide, Staff Writer On Friday, February 4th the Pinky Swear Pack hosted their latest event in the Hagan Campus Center. The event was Pottery Paint Night where students were able to enjoy a night of ceramic mug-painting and pizza-eating. Those in attendan... More »

Assumption COVID-19 Protocol Updates

Published 5m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief If there has been one constant during our almost two years of living through a pandemic, it’s change. Whether it be in the most common variant, the CDC guidelines, or Assumption’s response to the situation, things have al... More »

Dealing with Recent Deaths at WPI

Published 8m ago -

Written by Maureen Lynch *Warning: This article contains discussion of suicide. If you or anyone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide call 1-800-273-8255* The pressures of college life can take a toll on a student’s mental health. However, since the ... More »

An Environmentally-Friendly Outlook

Published 8m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief On Monday, November 8, 2021, Assumption University students received an email regarding a nationwide paper shortage. “Our vendor, W.B. Mason, is doing their best to fulfill our paper requests but cannot make any guarantees,... More »

A Beautiful Cross, A Hurtful Message?

Published 8m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief “I don’t want this,” said Catholic Emmanuel Gonzalez in the 5th grade upon discovering he had same-sex attractions.  This sense of dismay was a result of the Church’s teaching regarding the LGBTQ community, with ... More »

PAWS’ Take Back the Night Supports Survivors

Published 8m ago -

By Nick Sposato, Staff Writer As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Peers Advocating Wellness for Students (PAWS) hosted Take Back the Night on Friday, October 22. Take Back the Night (TBTN), an event held in over a thousand communities each year, show... More »

Incident of Racism on Campus

Published 9m ago -

By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief UPDATE: The student whose account contained the caption has requested their last name be removed from this article, so they will now be referred to as Emily M. On Monday, September 6, Emily M., a junior, posted a picture on h... More »