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    Halloween Fun in Orange County

    By Claudia Larsen It’s finally October, aka Halloween month for those spooky enthusiasts out there. If you’re looking for Halloween themed fun in Orange County but don’t know where to […]

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    Netflix’s Summer of Love

    By Meredith Murphy Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Some unforeseen tragedy in their lives drive them apart, only for them to later realize they needed each […]

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    Adventure Abroad with the Mount

    By Daniela Valentin Are you fascinated by the way other cultures cook, communicate and conquer their day-to-day lives? Does the opportunity to live in another country among another society intrigue […]

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    Liz’s Top 3: Off Campus Eating

    By Elizabeth David Many of us here at the Mount know about the popular food places that surround our campus: Alexis Diner, McDonalds, Papa Johns, Planet Wings, etc. If you’re […]

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    Specialty Coffee: A New Generation of Caffeine

    By Silvia Marin Specialty Coffee is in and millenials are loving it. In the past year, neighborhoods have seen an increase in coffee shops and people are becoming more interested […]

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    How to Survive all the “Scream” Movies

    By Claudia Larsen If you’re a horror movie buff like me then you prefer to take part in America’s other favorite pastime: slasher films. A hallmark of slasher films, the […]

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    Two Shows for the Price of One: MSMC’s “Tom Foolery”

    By Breanna Scott Every spring semester the Mount features a stage play and a concert. This year, however, for the first time, they put on a musical: “Tomfoolery,” performed April 16 […]

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    Dear Addy: Court’s Conundrum

    “Dear Addy, please help. What do I do when I’m having trouble with a resident in my dorm, and my RA is too afraid to knock on their door? Sincerely, […]

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    Learning Can Be Fun – My Experience With S.T.E.A.M

    By Patricia Polanco S.T.E.A.M Saturday was created in an effort to enhance middle school education in science, technology, engineering, art and math. This year, it was held March 17 in […]

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    A Wakandian Wake Up Call: Black Panther Review (Spoilers Ahead)

    By Alberto Gilman Every couple of months throughout the year, a defining moment, a trending topic, a new discussion, a new attention grabber gets people talking, creating a mass following. […]

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    “Madama Butterfly” at the Metropolitan Opera: A Review

    By Claudia Larsen Dr. Durward Entrekin’s opera class took a special trip to the Metropolitan Opera on March 13, where about 12 students were treated to a few sweet hours […]

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    #JustMomThings: Top 5 Cleaning Tips

    By Stephanie Watkins There are very few people that like cleaning, and also very few that find it easy. With these quick tips, however, cleaning might become a little less […]

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    Get Your St. Patrick’s Day On!

    By Christina Barrera With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, many traditional parades are taking place throughout the Hudson Valley. If you’re looking to get into St. Patrick’s Day spirit then these […]

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    Real World Connections: Networking To Get Your Foot in the Door

    By Silvia Marin The Center for Career and Experiential Education (CCEE) held one of their Real World Connections events on Feb. 28. A few of the guests included representatives from […]

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    How to Manage your Finances in College

    By Claudia Larsen You’re at your local grocery store buying a refill of the snacks you hoard in your dorm room. After the cashier tells you the total you get […]