Assumption’s Peer Tutors: Your Secret Weapon

By: Anna Schroeder: It is finals week at Assumption College. Students are scrambling to study, professors are swamped with grading, and the overall stress-levels of everyone on campus are higher than they have been since the last round of exams. There are many on-campus resources for students during this week such as De-stress Fest, where …

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Real World Benefits of Student Involvement

By Erin Keating: As soon to be college graduates, seniors across the nation are preparing to enter the workforce. While some are in the midst of reviewing their resumes for interviews, others, more specifically, those who were involved in activities on campus are preparing to start their very first jobs. Senior Jackie Hart has been …

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Tweeting responsibly: How social media can help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health

By Kylie Chisholm: Emily Field, a junior at Assumption College, has been balancing her life with anxiety since the seventh grade. Joined by the thousands of other young adults living with anxiety, Field has had to navigate the rising world of social media while treating her mental health condition. Field's anxiety does not stem from …

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What it is Like to be a Senior at Assumption College

Image from Assumption College website By Sarah Ardolino: “I am nervous to graduate, but mostly excited. I feel ready to move on, said Trisha Sliney, a senior at Assumption College. The 2019 graduation ceremony is on May 12th 2019. “I know I am really going to be nostalgic for my time here, but I’m excited …

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Psychology Students Present Relevant Research on Memory, Emotions and More!

By Macee Buckley: On April 30, Psychology students from Professor Gordon's Research Seminar class gathered in Kennedy 105 to present their semester-long research projects. Aptly named the Semi-Annual Research Seminar Poster Session, five groups of students displayed their research to classmates, professors, students and other members of the Assumption community. https://twitter.com/MBuckleyAC301/status/1123255116071620609 Professor Gordon spoke with …

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