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Alicia’s Anecdotes: The Final Chapter

Published 3m ago -

Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-In-Chief Well, I guess this is it. Not exactly the way I wanted to end things here, but I guess I don’t really have a choice. I just submitted my last final, quite literally five minutes ago, and I don’t feel any different... More »



Published 5m ago -

Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-In-Chief If you were to ask me something I’m bad at, I could tell you many things. I’m a procrastinator, I watch too much Netflix and I’m a *bit* dramatic (I know, probably more than a bit, but at least I admit it). Howe... More »


Emergency Mental Health

Published 6m ago -

Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-In-Chief This week marks the fifth week that I have been interning in the Emergency Mental Health (EMH) unit at UMASS Memorial Medical Center. As a Health Sciences major, I am required to do a 200-hour internship, and I could... More »



Published 6m ago -

Alicia Burrows, Opinion Editor I always thought that second semester senior year would be my most chill semester at Assumption. However, I am only two weeks in and I can already tell that will not be the case. With a 200 hour internship, 3 other classes (one o... More »


2020 On Its Way

Published 8m ago -

Alicia Burrows, Assistant Editor-in-Chief Yikes. That is a year that I never thought would come. When I came to Assumption for my COMPASS orientation a whole three and a half years ago, it was crazy to be welcomed as the class of 2020. I mean, I still feel lik... More »