• 2012 October

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    The Single Story: A Lens to Abandon

    by Asma Neblett Chimamanda Adichie is certainly an enchanting woman to consider. Just look at the detail of her name: Chi-ma-man-da A-di-chie. Did you ever think that you could hear […]

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    Divine Fits

    by Christian Redl Rating: *** ½ In an age where electronic music reigns supreme, it’s always refreshing to hear a band that incorporates the roots of modern electronica. Divine Fits, […]

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    How To: Smokey Eye Tutorial

    by Brittany Ambrosino With the changing and falling of leaves, makeup trends are bound to adjust to the new warm colors. Fall time brings browns, taupes, and plums to life. […]

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    The Third Wheel May be a Better Deal

    by Jonathan Geissler Last week, the first of three presidential debates took place at the University of Denver in Colorado. President Barrack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney discussed key […]

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    Muse – The 2nd Law

    by Jac Bergenson Rating: ** ½ The 2nd Law is Muse’s most divisive album yet. A band steeped in the tradition of changing their sound, Muse is no stranger to […]

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    The Killers – Battle Born

    by Jonathan Bergenson Rating: **** Mr. Brightside has returned! After a small detour into Christmas music with the release of their (RED) Christmas EP in 2011, The Killers have returned […]

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    Fall into Autumn with Fun Fall Activities

    by Samantha Wilson When the autumn season is in full swing, the Mount Saint Mary College is located in one of the best places to be. In the Hudson Valley, […]

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    Healthy Choice Voice: Food for Thought

    by Amy Rice The Healthy Choice Voice (HCV) is historically a food and exercise guide to staying healthy at college. However, the fact of the matter is, there is a […]

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    The XX – Coexist

    by Christian Redl Rating: *** ½ In 2009, two Brits seemingly appeared out of thin air and blew away critics. Their self-titled album, XX, wowed music experts globally, finishing sixth […]

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    How To: Give an Effective Presentation

    by Alexis Coronato Sweating. Shaking. Stuttering. These symptoms of pre-presentation nervousness often inhibit your ability to give an effective presentation. If you can remember these tips, the only “S” word […]

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    Powerful Pat

    On September 26th, The Center for Adolescent Research and Development at Mount Saint Mary College hosted Powerful Pat Antonecchia, a former strongman, to share his personal tales of substance abuse […]

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    The Dominican Center: A Vestige and a Beacon

    By Catie Kehoe For most Mount Saint Mary College students, the Dominican Center is the first thing we see. Crossing over the Beacon Bridge, the view of the majestic building […]

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    Got Milk? We Asked, You Answered

    by Johanna Seidel Picture this: you walk into class on Monday morning, tired, coffee in hand, dreading the start to another week. You sit down and your teacher begins to […]

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    The Vaccines – Come of Age

    by Christian Redl Rating *** ½ Come of Age signifies the growth of The Vaccines with their second studio album. Their sound is uniquely their own, ultimately combining decades of […]

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    The Westchester/Hudson Valley Chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Needs Your Help!

    by Joseph Mastando The Westchester/Hudson Valley Chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is holding three “Light The Night” fundraising walks this fall to fund the fight against blood […]