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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 […]

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    The Aftermath of Hurricane Matthew

      By: Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH-Hurricane Matthew left a destructive mark with disparaging damage down the East Coast of the United States and in Cuba, Haiti and the Bahamas. Hurricane Matthew […]

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    Mount Professors, Poughkeepsie Journal Editor Hold Election Round Table

    By: Mike Reistetter Communication Arts professors Dean Goldberg and Regina Pappalardo teamed up on Tuesday, co-moderating a round table with “Poughkeepsie Journal” Editor Stuart Shinske to discuss the media’s role […]

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    One Step Closer to Closure

     By: Clare O’Keefe  NEWBURGH- It has been 15 years since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, but this past week marked a memorable and monumental day for the families […]

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    Election 2016 Wrap-Up: First Presidential Debate

     By: Julia Recine The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has stirred up a whirlwind response since its coverage on Monday, September 26 at Hofstra University. The […]

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    Guest-Speaker Informs the MSMC community about Refugee Solidarity

    By: Mike Reistetter Maria Höhn, professor and chair of the Department of History at Vassar College, visited Mount Saint Mary College last Monday to discuss the process of her ongoing […]

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    The “Clowning” Phenomenon: Hoax, or Reality?

    Halloween comes once a year. Though some people celebrate it differently than others… While the annual horror and costume-filled holiday is not quite here yet, this has not stopped people […]

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    “Real World Connections” Starts Off Strong

    By Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH- Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) Career Center hosted their very first Real World Connections event on Sept. 22. Typically every year the Career Center will host […]

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    Why Kaepernick Takes a Kneel

    By Laura Wetherbee NFL player Colin Kaepernick has been causing quite the controversy in the news lately by refusing to stand for the playing of our country’s national anthem prior […]

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    Beacon Anti-Racism Group to hold Discussion Series

    By Laura Wetherbee Beacon’s “Showing Up for Racial Justice” (SURJ) will host a community discussion series, launching it on Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at “The BEAHIVE” on 291 Main […]

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    “Water Emergency” discussed at City of Newburgh Forum

    By Madison Beckman NEWBURGH—Mount Saint Mary College hosted the City of Newburgh’s second Water Forum this week to discuss the contamination of Lake Washington, the previous source of water for […]

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    MSMC Selects its Interim President

    By Mike Reistetter Dr. David A. Kennett, formerly an Economics professor at Vassar College, was officially announced as the new interim president of Mount Saint Mary College on Aug. 16. […]

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    Iconic American Flag Returns to Ground Zero

    By Laura Wetherbee The flag memorably raised at ground zero hours after the Sept. 11 terror attacks is back at the World Trade Center complex after being mysteriously gone for […]

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    Commercial Barges May Invade the Hudson River

    By Laura Wetherbee Commercial barges have recently threatened to drop anchor along the Hudson, including in Newburgh. The anchorages proposed in June are to run between Yonkers and Kingston, and […]

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    Mount Saint Mary College to Host Student Voting Drive

    By Clare O’Keefe NEWBURGH- With the presidential election quickly approaching, Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) will be getting the student body involved by holding their very own voting drive. From […]