• 2015 May

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    Jenner Paves the Way for the LGBTQ Community

    by Christine Urio Bruce Jenner’s coming out as a woman will have positive effects for the Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) community, for it will foster a better understanding […]

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    How To: Vacation for Less

    by Nicole Allen With the end of the semester coming soon and the summer fast approaching, vacationing to a tropical island or renting a beach house with friends seems ideal […]

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    Cuomo Reaches Out to Cuba

    by Christine Urio Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently took a strategic trip to Cuba to capitalize on business between the nations. Cuomo’s trip is one of the first since America changed […]

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    Mount Prepares for Finals Week

    by Laura Wetherbee NEWBURGH– The end of the semester is almost here with students and faculty giving some tips on how to survive finals week at Mount Saint Mary College […]

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    Dove Joins the Cause

    by Christine Urio Dove, the beloved soap brand, is stepping up their game and following the leading trend in showing women that they should embrace their natural beauty. Unlike ads […]

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    How To: Turn Your Hobby Into A Business

    by Jasmine Montes  This is not a boring story about all the deets in how to start a business. You don’t need to get a degree, or take some ridiculous […]

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    Mets Start Off Strong

    by Daniel Witke The Mets are starting to become the team its fans have hoped for. The team currently holds the best record in baseball with a 15-5 record. This […]

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    Theatre Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

    by Rebecca Gordils For those of us obsessed with all forms of art, two of our worlds colliding can be a very rare and exciting experience. So is the case […]

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    Thumbs Up to SGA Spring Weekend

    by Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH- The weekend of April 23 – 25 marked Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC)’s annual Spring Weekend, in which students were provided with activities and events to […]

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    Career Center Prepares Students for Professional World

    by Christine Urio Between lectures and seminars, it’s hard to imagine learning outside of the classroom. But nothing compares to the lessons students can take away from the Career Center […]

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    Homework: Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

    by Christine Urio The bell hasn’t rung yet, but students are no longer paying attention as they anxiously watch the clock tick away the seconds to their freedom. At the […]