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    Free Tuition’s in a New York State of Mind

    by: Tori Kuhr  If you go to a private college, you’re out of luck; New York State will be the first state to make tuition free for state colleges. Gov. […]

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    Room Selection Hunger Games

    By: Charlie Sloves At the end of the semester, most students on campus are eager to finish the semester strongly, raise their GPA’s, pack up their belongings and head home […]

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    Dean of Campus Life Leaves MSMC

    By: Madison Beckman Sandra Cefaloni-Henderson, Dean of Campus Life, announced she would be leaving her position at Mount Saint Mary College last week. Cefaloni-Henderson has been a part of the […]

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    Meet a Mentor Dinner: An Appetizing Success

    By: Tori Kuhr Mount Saint Mary College held a mentor dinner for students to meet with alumni from each major. It was a success, as indicated by various emails about […]

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    Pinkeye Hits MSMC Campus

    By: Madison Beckman The number of students on campus with reported cases of pink eye is on the rise. According to an email sent to the student body on behalf […]

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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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    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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    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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    Accounting Students at the Mount to receive Scholarships

    By: Claudia Larsen NEWBURGH—Becker Professional Education, a part of the DeVry Education Group, is offering $450,000 in scholarships through their Newton D. Becker scholarship to select Accounting Majors at Mount […]

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    Donald J. Trump Wins the Presidential Election

    By: Julia Recine After one of the most turbulent and historic election seasons, Donald Trump has come out on top and will be christened the 45th President of the United […]

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    Halloween Shootings in Newburgh have Students Questioning Their Own Safety

    By: Joe Kulesza NEWBURGH, New York—— Mount Saint Mary students are questioning their safety, on and off campus, after a shooting that took place in early morning hours of Oct […]

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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 […]

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    Vote Like Your Life Depended On It

      By: Julia Recine What if I told you that one vote can make a difference? In 1994, the Wyoming House of Representatives election saw Republican Randall Luthi and Independent […]