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    MSMC’s New Full-Time Art Professor

    By: Tanner Tait For the first time in over a decade, Mount Saint Mary College has a full-time art professor. Assistant Professor of Art and Graphic Design Christopher Neyen is […]

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    Welcoming our New Chaplain

    By: Elizabeth Fitamant The beginning of the fall semester is always an exciting time. We are able to see old friends from our past years, while also welcoming new friends […]

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    The Newburgh Water Crisis

    By: Charlie Sloves The basic elements needed to survive are air, food, water and shelter. On Sept. 11, Matthew Byrne sent out an email to the Mount Saint Mary College […]

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    Welcoming Kyle McIntyre: MSMC’s New SGA President

    Image courtesy of: Kyle McIntyre By: Claudia Larsen Last spring MSMC welcomed a new SGA President into our midst: Kyle McIntyre. McIntyre is in his second year here at the […]

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    Natural Disasters & You

    Image courtesy of: AP Photo/David J. Phillip (http://www.foxnews.com/science/2017/09/09/hurricane-harvey-caused-houston-to-sink.html) By: Cristina Barrera One of the first hurricanes to hit the U.S. this year was Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 17 in Texas, lasting […]

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    The Angel of Music

    By: Tori Kuhr At 29 years, “The Phantom of the Opera” is the longest running musical on Broadway. Since opening in 1988, little has changed, other than those related to […]

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    Mount Student’s “A.R.T” Project To Expect A Big Turnout

    by: Mike Reistetter  Mount Saint Mary College’s Danangelowe “A.J” Spencer has just about done it all in his four years as a student here at the Mount. It doesn’t matter […]

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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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    The Two New Yorkers who Helped Create Santa Claus

     By: Madison Beckman  When people think Christmas, they are immediately reminded of the holiday’s most famous mascot: Santa Claus. But how much do we really know about the origins of […]

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    (Former) Student Spotlight: Catching Up With Lance Corporal Mateusz Prusaczyk

    By: Mike Reistetter When it is the end of the semester and you are torn up about cramming in one final run-through of your notes for your final exam on […]

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    First Time for SantaCon

    By: Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH- The Christmas season is officially upon us! From ugly sweater parties to secret Santa exchanges, the Christmas festivities are endless. One of the more popular events, […]

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    How to Rock Black Friday Shopping

    By: Madison Beckman One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is Black Friday shopping. Nothing will beat the post-Thanksgiving rush of waking up early or staying up late […]

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    The Laramie Project: Being a Part of Something Bigger

    By Ashley M. Adorno In 1998, the people of Laramie, Wyoming, endured the tragic murder of a young gay man named Matthew Shepard, which was committed by two members of […]

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    Mount Olympics 2016

    By: Angelique Suarez Newburgh, NY– It’s that time of the year again: Spirit of the Mount Week! As always, the most anticipated part of the week was Mount Olympics, a […]

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    Legoland Aims to Build New Theme Park in Goshen, NY

    By: Laura Wetherbee Legoland’s recent proposal to build one of their theme parks in Orange County, NY could boost the economy in the surrounding areas. According to recordonline.com, the Town […]