• 2014 February

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    Femininely Frozen

    by Christine Urio Over winter break, I gave into the masses and joined the lines of families standing outside of movie theaters. We all patiently waited to pay $10.50 for […]

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    Sports Round-Up: February 4

    Men’s Basketball No. 18 Purchase College def. MSMC, 81-66 MSMC def. Maritime College, 92-53 MSMC def. NYU-Poly, 82-51 MSMC def. The College at Old Westbury, 70-69 MSMC def. Yeshiva University, […]

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    What’s App-ening: Duolingo

    by Carrie Victoria ¡Hola! ¿Hablas español? Peut-être vous parler français. Non? (Translation: Hello! Do you speak Spanish? Maybe you speak French. No?) If you can’t speak Spanish or French yet, […]

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    Richard Sherman, A Thug?

    by Jac Bergenson “I’ll put it like this. In my 24 years of life, I’m better at life than you.” Above is just one nugget from Richard Sherman, All-Pro cornerback […]

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    Women’s Swimming Comes out Victorious for Third Straight Skyline Title

    PURCHASE, N.Y. – The Mount Saint Mary College women’s swimming team swam past the competition, amassing 139 team points, en route to its third straight Skyline Conference Championship on Thursday, Jan. 30, […]

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    The Final Goodbye

    by Katrina Avila On Thursday, Jan. 30, Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) said its final goodbye to the place that students, faculty, and staff have called their home away from […]

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    What’s Love got to do with it?

    by Joseph Mastando “We be all night. Love.” Familiar with the tune? Chances are its been blasting in your car for the last month aside “XO,” “Flawless,” and “Partition” or […]

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    How To: Survive the Super Bowl

    by William Biersack On Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos battled on the grounds of New Jersey’s Metlife Stadium to determine the champion of the […]

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    Healthy Choice Voice: 7 Reasons You Should Practice Yoga

    by Jillian Torre What if someone said you could relax your mind and workout at the same time? Yoga is one way you can kill both birds with one stone. […]

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    Government Cutbacks Could Put Higher Educational Programs at Risk

    by Danangelowe Spencer It is impossible to argue that the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) is not one of the most successful programs in the sphere of higher education, but […]

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    Terrorist threats shake up security at Sochi

      by Jillian Torre In less than a week the world’s attention will be on the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia and terrorist threats are at an all time […]

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    Sophomores: Survive and Succeed Program

    by Brittany Ambrosino On Monday Jan. 20, sophomores at Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) came together for Sophomore’s Survive and Succeed, a workshop style event hosted annualy by the Career […]

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    Leave it to Bieber

    by Daneil McLaughlin Canadian superstar Justin Bieber has once again made his way into headline news. In the most recent installment of the nineteen-year-old pop star’s downward spiral, Bieber has […]