• 2014 September

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    Ennis Strikes Twice to Lead Men’s Soccer to Thrilling Victory at Bard

    ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – Junior forward Michael Ennis, the hero of last year’s Skyline Conference Championship game, played the protagonist once again, scoring in the first minute of overtime to lead […]

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    The New Freshman Dorm Policy

    by Margaret Torresson This year, things are a little different in the Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) freshman dorms. Last year, the male and female resident students were separated on […]

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    Remembering Robin Williams

    by Mike Reistetter One of America’s most cherished performers sadly passed away on Aug. 11 this past summer. According to the New York Times, Robin Williams, 63, had committed suicide. […]

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    Cross Country Shows Well in Opening Meet against SUNY Delhi

    MILTON, N.Y. – In their first meet of the 2014 campaign, the Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) men’s and women’s cross country teams showed well in a dual meet with […]

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    Smart Market Switch Up

    by Brittany Ambrosino If you have taken a look inside Hudson Hall, you might have noticed some recent changes. One of these changes is the addition of the new Hudson […]

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    Sports Round-Up: Aug. 28 – Sept. 6

        Men’s Soccer Aug. 29 – MSMC def. Bard, 3-2 Aug. 31 – MSMC v. Vassar, 0-0 Sept. 5 – MSMC def. Fredonia, 1-0 Sept. 6 – MSMC def. Buffalo State, […]

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    Welcome to the Center for Student Success

    by Nicolette Rolland The Center for Student Success on the Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) campus is the place to go for students that need support, peer tutoring, or guidance […]

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    ALS: Icy Injuries for a Cause

    by Jade Hanley Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS for short, is the disease that has been highlighted across all forms of social media this past summer season. ALS, according to […]

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    Boyhood: A Landmark in Film, For Adolescents and Scholars Alike

    by Mike Reistetter “Boyhood,” an indie project produced and funded by IFC Films, was released in select theaters on July 11th this past summer. Boyhood was shot for one week, […]

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    Possible Resolution in Ukraine?

    by Angelo Pacheco For the past several months, the media has provided extensive coverage of the crisis in Ukraine. While Russia has been portrayed as the imperialist that wants to […]

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    Attention All Mount Super Fans!

    by Madison Hanlon Who enjoys free food, giveaways, and supporting our student athletes here at the Mount? Well, you’re in luck. Student Activities is pairing up with athletics to sponsor […]

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    Derek Jeter’s Retirement Tour: A Final Salute to the Captain

    by Mike Reistetter Playing in an era tainted by players using illegal, performance-enhancing drugs, Major League Baseball icon Derek Jeter seems to stand alone amongst the pack as the most […]

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    Made In America, Philadelphia Edition

    by Margaret Okakpu Just a few hours away from campus, a music festival comparable to Coachella and Bonnaroo took place in Philadelphia in the last weekend of August. Created by […]

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    How To: Save Money as a College Student

    by William Biersack Have you looked in your wallet, lately? Was there any money to be found? If the answer is no, that’s alright. It is an unfortunate truth, but […]

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    Club Profile: Essence of Poetry

    by Christine Urio Although April is National Poetry Month, Mount Saint Mary College’s new club, Essence of Poetry, celebrates this literary tradition every week. This newest edition to campus was […]