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Freshmen, Upperclassmen Mingle in Mixed-Class Dorms

Posted on 02 March 2015

By April Rink The buildings of Cazenovia College stand tall on a frozen, windy night. Inside them, students are hard at work on homework or mingling with friends. While trying to avoid the chilly air, freshmen Morgan Gillespie and Erin Webb laugh together on their beds in the triple room they share with their sophomore [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local

College, Club Offer Multiple Study-Abroad Opportunities

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Meghan Dillon A question many college students find themselves asking is are we getting the full college experience? The answer to this question isn’t so easily answered. The definition of said experience is a personal one. There are many ways to fill in the gaps after classes are done and you’re looking for something [...] Continue Reading

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Miscellaneous

SGA Discusses Clubs, Cafeteria, Laundry Service

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Victoria Phillips On Feb. 8, the college’s Student Government Association held its monthly roundtable to discuss the future endeavors of all extra-curricular organizations on campus. On the agenda was the disclosure of all disbanded clubs, including the Bead Club, the Philosophy Club and the Paintball Club. As usual, all clubs and honor societies represented [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local

Beleaguered Students, Staff: ‘It’s like we live in a snow globe’

Posted on 01 March 2015

Cazenovia junior Meghan Dillon sat on a couch in the common room of Coleman Hall on a recent day, still bundled up in her purple mittens and coat, striped scarf, red boots and knit cap. “Why do I live in a place where the wind hurts my face?” she said, turning to her friend, senior [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local

SU Research Professor Strives to Uncover ‘Real Voices’ on Key Issues

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Samantha McCarthy Syracuse University research Professor Greg Munno spoke about journalism, civic engagement and public policy to about 50 Cazenovia students and staff members in the McDonald Lecture Hall Feb. 18. Munno, formerly a reporter and editor for 13 years at the Syracuse Post-Standard, is now a data researcher and journalist at SU’s Transactional [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Sports

Cazenovia Softball Getting Ready to Hit Its Stride

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Aaron DeLoria The Cazenovia College women’s softball team is now preparing for the upcoming season with the intent of shaking off last season’s disappointing record of 9-21. Cazenovia alumnus Christopher Comino is returning for his second year as head coach with confidence and hopes for a better season. This season, the softball team has [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Sports

Wildcats Baseball Shows Promising Roster

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Aaron DeLoria The Cazenovia College men’s baseball team had a hard time getting wins last season, finishing with a dismal 5-28 record. However, the players and coaching staff are focused on making the upcoming season count as they prepare for their first games in March, which will take place during spring break in Florida. [...] Continue Reading

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Miscellaneous, National

David Carr: An Icon for Journalists Young and Old, and a Model for All Media

Posted on 01 March 2015

By Tom DeBernardis Back in November, my Media Management classmates and I toyed with the idea of getting New York Times columnist David Carr to visit campus for our media symposium. In the end, it proved too lofty a goal, and Carr was only able to visit through the medium of the documentary “Page One: [...] Continue Reading

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