• 2015 April

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    An open letter to Dr. Anne Carson Daly and the Mount Saint Mary College Board of Trustees

    Dear Dr. Daly and the MSMC Board of Trustees,   As more actions of the current administration come to light, I find myself feeling increasingly sad, disturbed and detached from […]

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    Henry’s Just Got Better

    by Clare O’Keefe  NEWBURGH- Henry’s Courtside Café recently added “Henry’s After Dark” hours, which now means Henry’s will be open until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays for the rest […]

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    Film Review: The Cobbler

    by Mike Reistetter The independent film “The Cobbler” saw its wide release in select theaters this past March. Originally debuting as a part of the Toronto International Film Festival, “The […]

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    GrooveBoston to Headline 2015 Spring Weekend

    by Brittany Ambrosino During Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC)’s spring weekend, the main event has always been a musical performance or comedy act. In the past, this has included Jessie […]

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    Film Review: Furious 7

    by Mike Reistetter Students of Mount Saint Mary College will often travel to the local movie theaters, Showtime Cinemas in Newburgh and Destintas Theater in New Winsdor, for sources of […]

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    Lane Bryant’s #ImNoAngel Campaign

    by Brittany Ambrosino  Popular for their wide variety of clothing and intimates catered toward the plus size woman (sizes 14 to 28), Lane Bryant is definitely turning heads with their […]

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    NFL Turns Heads With Female Referee

    by Christine Urio Before a big match, professionals typically have a pre-game ritual. For Sarah Thomas, this includes sweeping her hair up underneath her referee’s cap. As the first female […]

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    MSMC Theatre Entertains with “Book of Days”

    by Laura Wetherbee Different characters from all walks of life told the story of a small Midwestern town of Dublin, Mo. during Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC)’s recent production of  […]

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    State Testing Under Fire

    by Christine Urio Parents statewide have been making the once unorthodox, but ultimately right decision to have their children opt-out of standardized testing. While state testing has always been a […]

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    Clinton Takes Political Campaign to Social Media

    by Christine Urio Hillary Clinton has started her presidential game strong by announcing that she would be a 2016 candidate via social media. Instead of making the traditional announcement with […]

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    The Giving Keys

    by Jade Hanley “We are all like [used] keys – unique, flawed, scarred and at risk of being discarded.” These flawed keys gave Caitlin Crosby the idea to start an […]

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    Happenings on the Hudson – DIA:Beacon

    by Laura Wetherbee Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) students who would like to get outdoors and enjoy the spring weather should check out DIA:Beacon which is a contemporary art museum […]

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    Film Review: Blackhat

    by Joseph Burge A hacker turned cyber-sleuth, Nick Hathaway played by Chris Hemsworth, is contracted by the government to root out one who manipulated the stock market but “Blackhat” is […]

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    The Return of Baseball

    by Daniel Witke With the arrival of baseball, an element of magic is returned to one of our nation’s favorite pastimes. When baseball comes back, the smells feel richer, our […]

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    Being a Misfit in College

    by Daniel Witke Being a high school misfit may be the worst feeling ever, but being a college misfit means you will have the most enjoyable experience. High school is […]