• 2014 September

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    Mount Athletes Get With The Program

    by Steven Fabrizio On Fri. and Sat.,  Sept. 5 and 6, the Men’s Lacrosse team took part in “The Program,” a two-day ordeal that helped to build both team leadership and […]

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    Redzone’s “Trashed”

    by Christine Urio On Thur., Sept. 18, Mount Saint Mary College hosted “Trashed,” a Redzone event with the aim of building awareness about alcohol usage and its relationship to poor […]

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    Album Review: Banks’ “Goddess”

    by Margaret Okakpu Rating: ***1/2 Relatively new to the music scene, Jillian Banks, better known as Banks, hails from Calif. and got her start when DJ Zane Lowe played her […]

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    Healthy Choice Voice: Living Without “Dirty Habits”

    by Nicollette Roland Trying to be healthy is a resolution that people make every year, month, week, and day. Living a healthy lifestyle is difficult, especially to those who are […]

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    What’s App-ening: Happn

    (Photo courtesy of askmen.com) The New Tinder – With a Twist? by Brittany Ambrosino It goes without saying that the Tinder app has become one of the most popular trends […]

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    Mount Community Bands Together For Peace

    by Margaret Torresson On Thur., Sept. 11, Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) held a Candlelight Peace Vigil as the nation reflected on a day that will never be forgotten. The […]

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    Cray Updates to the Oxford English Dictionary

    by Jade Hanley The August update to the Oxford English Dictionary may be considered a “hot mess” to some. This update includes numerous terms that are seen as slang, so […]

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    How To: Decrease Your Chances of Skin Cancer

    by Jade Hanley The alarm goes off and it is time to start the morning routine: shower, dress, hair, and quickly run out the door to grab breakfast before class […]

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    Trends from New York Fashion Week

    by Nicole Allen New York City held its annual fashion week Sept. 5-11, debuting spring and summer collections of 2015 from a range of American designers. Here are the top […]

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    Analyzing The NFL’s Suspension Policy

    by Nick Mancuso and Mike Reistetter In the early weeks of the 2014 football season, the NFL has had major problems with domestic violence, in particular with star players like […]

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    #YesAllWomen Makes a Stand

    by Jade Hanley Women are continuing their war against discrimination years after the initial battle and now it’s taking over the media. The hashtag “YesAllWomen” has made its way through […]

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    Renewed Brazil-U.S. Ties?

    by Angelo Pacheco Brazil’s Presidential campaign may have significant implications for the United States. Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was notorious for berating the United States and their […]

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    “The Giver”: Giving More Than What You Have Been Led to Believe

    by Mike Reistetter “The Giver” did not entirely disappoint. Any filmmaker willing to accept the daunting task of translating Lois Lowry’s 1994 children’s novel under the same name to the […]

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    26 Playgrounds in Memory of Sandy Hook

    by Madison Hanlon Fri. Dec. 14, 2012, a day that millions of children around the world turned off their alarm clocks and prepared for the school day ahead. They ate their […]

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    Beauty Trends and Tips for the Fall

    by Brittany Ambrosino With summer slipping away and the cold air coming through, one thing is certain: fall is here. It’s time to change your bright pinks, corals, and neons […]