Spring Has Sprung At Assumption College and Baseball Has the Fans to Prove It

By Reece Andavolgyi: You know when springtime hits Assumption College because the students are everywhere on campus enjoying the nice weather.  And by nice weather, anything 40 and above qualifies! Thursday students showed up ready to support Assumption Baseball in their game against neighboring rivals, American International. The weather was around 45 with some intense …

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Siblings Weekend Carnival Takes Over Assumption

By Macee Buckley: This weekend, Assumption's Campus Activities Board hosted their annual Siblings Weekend. The weekend-long event kicked off on Friday night with bingo, but the highlight of the weekend was the carnival on Saturday afternoon. The executives for the Siblings Weekend wanted it to have a space theme. Thus, resulting in the carnival to …

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Celebrating Excellence the Hound Way

BY: AMANDA ARNOLD: On Monday, Assumption College Athletics hosted the 2018 Houndies Awards Night. This event honors all student-athletes and selects standouts within the department. The event began as seniors gathered in the Hagan Campus Center for cocktail hour. Here, seniors were able to enjoy a drink with coaches, other student-athletes and members of the …

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Assumption Men’s Lacrosse Takes on No-Shave November

  By: Victoria Miranda The Assumption Men's Lacrosse team participated in the popular social trend, No-Shave November. Members of the team grew out their facial hair in very different and unique ways, to show their support and help spread cancer awareness. As the month came to a close, the team shaved off their facial hair …

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“Tickets for Tots” To Help Children This Holiday Season

By: Roslyn Flaherty #ToysForTots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which collects new, unwrapped toys during the months of October, November, and December of each year. They distribute these toys as Christmas gifts to those children who are less fortunate. The Toys for Tots goal is, “to deliver, through a new …

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#BlackLivesMatter creates conversation in Worcester

  By Kathryn Severance The #BlackLivesMatter (http://blacklivesmatter.com/about/) movement started in 2012 in response to the Trayvon Martin case. The movement made more news in Worcester in November on college campuses in the area. This occurred when the WPI Society of Black Engineers came together to give support to the students at the University of Missouri. …

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