• 2014 November

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    Happenings on the Hudson: 2Alices Expanding

     by Rebecca Gordils **You can read Rebecca’s original article on 2Alice’s by clicking here. Can’t get to Cornwall for Coffee? Well do not worry. 2Alice’s coffee shop is in the […]

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    Healthy Choice Voice: The Cold War

    by Nicollette Roland It is that time again for turkey, yams, food, Christmas ham, gift giving, gift receiving, and most of all germ sharing. This winter let’s try our hardest […]

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    Movie Review: Fury

    Fury: War Before Our Eyes, But Not Behind by Mike Reistetter “Fury” is the latest war movie that hit the box office this fall. With an ensemble cast featuring Brad […]

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    Mount Instructor Provides Hands On Learning Experience

      by Shannon Cieciuch NEWBURGH – Students in Jennifer Smalley’s Psychology of the Exceptional Learner class had the opportunity to experience being physically handicapped by having to use wheelchairs, crutches, […]

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    Writing As Truth

    by Christine Urio The Writing Center, along with Essence of Poetry, hosted Writing As Truth on Tues., Oct. 14, where they discussed how memoir, philosophy, and poetry can be used […]

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    What’s App-ening: Venmo

    by Margaret Okakpu Have you ever gone out to eat with a friend and you ended up paying for their meal because they didn’t have enough money? Did your friend […]

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    Influences of Social Media on Students

    by Ana Dubetsky NEWBURGH– Many college students could not imagine a day without updating their social media outlets, but according to an article from Edudemic.com, there are several negative and […]

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    Okay? Not okay.

    by Madison Hanlon What if I told you that the most popular, tear jerking, romantic, and New York Times best-selling book, “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, was […]

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    33 Million Dollars of Corruption

    by Angelo Pacheco While China is renowned for being one of the global leaders in the world economy, the country’s dark history has recently resurfaced. According to a BBC News […]

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    The Rocky Horror Picture Show: It’s Time Again

    by Jade Hanley “You’re lucky, he’s lucky, I’m lucky, we’re all lucky!” Magenta, played by Elizabeth Martinez, sang loudly to the crowd. The audience was certainly lucky to see The […]

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    Seniors Take Home The Mount Olympics Trophy

    by Victoria Alario Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC)’s seniors have won the annual Mount Olympics for their third year in a row at the event held Thursday, Oct. 23. Senior […]

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    Sports Round-up: Oct. 20 – Nov. 3

    Women’s Soccer Def. Maritime 7-0 Def. College of Mount Saint Vincent 2-0 Def. Purchase 7-0   Men’s Soccer Def. Purchase 3-0 Def. Sage 3-2 Tie Amherst 2-2 Def. Yeshiva 2-1 […]

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    Concert Review: Lights

    by Jade Hanley Canadian electro-pop singer Lights lit up Irving Plaza on Wed., Oct. 29 with bass, piano, and black-and-white cookies. She opened her 15 song set with “Meteorites,” track […]

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    The Effects of Caffeine on College Students

    by Kara Rogowski NEWBURGH—Although the coffee drinks from Jazzman’s may be ordered just for the taste, some Mount students feel like the effects of caffeine are necessary in order to […]

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    The Importance of Having a Cover Letter

    by Ellen Bourhis Nolan Often when someone comes to see me for help with a job or internship search, we first review their resume and then I ask about their cover letter. They […]