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Focus on Education Reform Could Mean Demise of Jeb Bush

Posted on 30 April 2015

By Tom DeBernardis Among all the issues spouted by 2016 presidential hopefuls, the issue of education reform, particularly the Common Core State Standards Initiative, has the potential to make or break a candidate. While not as popular as mainstream topics like job creation, combatting Iran’s nuclear capability, and income inequality, education reform is an issue [...] Continue Reading

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Miscellaneous

Correction

Posted on 28 April 2015

A photo caption in this year’s final print edition of The Quad contained an error. In a photo page on the Student Fashion Show, the designer of the pictured dress in the “Air” collection was misidentified. The dress was designed by Victoria Phillips and Angelika Bertuccelli. Continue Reading

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The Quad: Spring 2015, Issue 3

Posted on 28 April 2015

The third Spring Semester Issue of The Quad has arrived! In this month’s issue, read about a student’s battle against Lymphoma, the ongoing search for the next president of Cazenovia College, the 15th Annual Great Debate, the demand for gender-neutral living on campus, and much more! Click here to see a full PDF of Spring 2015, Issue 3. Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Miscellaneous

Caz Student Finds Support in Her Battle against Lymphoma

Posted on 28 April 2015

By Giavanna Cuomo Mondays are typically the day of the week that college students despise the most, as they mark the beginning to another long week and return back to classes. However, this was not the case for Cazenovia College senior Shaylia Thomas, who for five months longed for Monday’s arrival. This is not surprising, [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Miscellaneous

The Search Is On to Find College’s Next Leader

Posted on 28 April 2015

By Aaron DeLoria The members of the Cazenovia College Presidential Search Committee were announced to campus faculty on April 15. The committee will play a crucial part in selecting President Mark Tierno’s replacement after he retires in June 2016. Tierno announced his retirement on Sept. 12, 2014, in an email to students and faculty members. [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Miscellaneous

Tembalami Returns: Bringing Zimbabwe Back to Cazenovia

Posted on 28 April 2015

By Kelsey Ruth On the weekend of April 10-12, Zimbabwean gospel artist Tembalami graced Cazenovia with his energy and passion. Last year Temba came with two other musicians and performed for the campus in the dining hall, as well as at Summit Church for the entire Cazenovia community. Brought here last year by Professor Joy [...] Continue Reading

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Op-Ed

It’s Time for Gender-Neutral Living Options at Caz

Posted on 28 April 2015

By Mike Gill Cazenovia College, the time to update to gender-neutral policies is now! According to Campus Pride, a non-profit support group for LGBTQ college students, there are more than 159 colleges or universities that have gender-neutral housing, and according to The Huffington Post there are more than 150 colleges with gender-neutral bathrooms. What does [...] Continue Reading

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Features, Local, Sports

Wildcats Participate in D3 Week

Posted on 28 April 2015

By Aaron DeLoria      Cazenovia College student athletes celebrated their involvement in NCAA Division III athletics with DIII Week, which took place from April 6 through April 12 and involved many activities around campus. The celebration’s purpose is to raise awareness of how Division III athletics benefit players. The college’s YouTube account posted some short clips [...] Continue Reading

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