• 2017

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    City’s Strong Second Half Pushes Them Through Monaco

    By: Anthony Nostro A cold Tuesday evening in Manchester turned out to be the site of the most exciting Champions League Round thus far. City came into the match with […]

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    4 ways to keep up with your New Year’s Resolutions

    By: Angelique Suarez If anything is certain, it is that not many New Year’s resolutions make it past January. Especially as college students, our priorities often change as the year […]

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    Finding Love Starts with Finding Hate

    By: Tori Kuhr Dating apps are nothing new, but a fresh concept of connecting through things disliked instead of liked is pushing people’s interests. Originally, dating apps like Tinder and […]

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    Snow Hurts

    By: Tori Kuhr The first few weeks back to school are usually anticipated with excitement. But due to the snow dangers are sure to arise, with a lack of snow […]

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    Are Laugh-track sitcoms dead? “No,” says “Last Man Standing”

      By: Madison Beckman Over winter break, I found myself with too much free time and in the market for a new TV show. So I floundered through the Netflix […]

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    How To Be Romantic on a Budget

    By: Laura Wetherbee Valentine’ Day is important to many people. A little romance is never a bad thing. College students may have limited finances, but that does not mean they […]

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    The Mount Has a Heart for Aleppo

    By: Tori Kuhr  NEWBURGH—Mount Saint Mary College’s Dominican Scholars of Hope (DSH) are trying to make a difference for their Sisters in Aleppo after the orphanage they worked with burned […]

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    Brady stages improbable comeback in Super Bowl LI

    By: Joe SanFilippo HOUSTON, TEXAS — The New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime to win Super Bowl LI. New England overcame a 25-point deficit to score […]

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    Black History Month: Recognize It

    By: Claudia Larsen Welcome to February, the month of love, football and black history. Although the former two tend to overshadow the latter, we as college-attending intellectuals have a moral […]

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    Trump’s Executive Order: What does it mean

    By: Julia Recine President Donald J. Trump signed his first executive order exactly a week after having been sworn into office last month, a ruling on immigration that has caused […]

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    The Women’s Marches: A Mount Student Perspective

    By: Claudia Larsen Numerous protests and marches broke out across the globe on Jan. 20, one day following the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. With the initial Women’s March […]

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    Fashion Minimalism: Project 333

    By: Laura Wetherbee Do you ever find yourself staring at a closet full of clothes, yet nothing to wear? Perhaps you have so many clothes that you cannot keep track […]

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    Hop Hop Hop, Hop to the Top!

    By: Clare O’Keefe Are you a college student looking to get away for spring break, or even for the summer? Many students are constantly in travel mode, but of course […]