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Dealing with Recent Deaths at WPI

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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

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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?

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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

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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

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By Maggie Buckley, Editor-in-Chief On Monday, September 6, Emily Malone, a junior, posted a picture on her Instagram in which she and another individual sported a Trump flag. However, the image itself is not why this post garnered so much attention. Malone cap... More »

The Gabby Petito Case

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By Teresa Prytko, Staff Writer 22-year-old Gabrielle, Gabby, Petito was a social media influencer who was on a cross-country road trip with her fiancé, 23-year-old Brian Laundrie. Everything seemed wonderful until Petito never returned home and Laundrie disap... More »

Living a Life that Matters

Published 4m ago -

As I rummaged through the mess in my disorganized bedroom just days before I was slated to move back to campus, I stumbled upon a box of items I collected over my first two years of college. A reusable rubber straw. A ball I found outside of the Plourde. A tin... More »