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Otus scaverger hunt

Donovan Wilson – Reporter Donovann Wilson —  The Residence Hall Association, or RHA, often puts on events to engage with the students  on campus and their most recent one was an owl-themed scavenger hunt.  “We had already thought of it, the board planned all of our events ahead of time,” said Natalie Sinclair, a member of RHA and one of the organizers of the Find Otus

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Lacrosse upbeat despite loss to Le Moyne

Sam Tapper – Editor-in-Chief When Kevin Siedlecki took the women’s lacrosse head coaching job in 2019, he began his program rebuild with simple goals: win a program-best five games and be competitive in each game. Despite losing 18-6 to the No. 3 nationally-ranked Le Moyne Dolphins, Siedlecki felt the progress was evident.  “Overall, our energy, our level of play was really elevated today,” Siedlecki said. “I

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Gender Inclusive housing offered on campus

Sofia Rositani – Arts & Entertainment Editor Gender inclusive housing is a resource on campus that from what I have noticed not many people know about.   “Gender-Inclusive Housing allows students, in mutual agreement, to share a multiple-occupancy room or suite/apartment, regardless of the students’ biological sex or gender identities,” according to the  university website.  When I signed up to do gender inclusive housing, I did not realize

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SGA discusses COVID-19 vaccines on campus

Caitlin O’Halloran – Reporter The Student Government Association (SGA) held their annual Friday meetings with one of the main topics being the COVID-19 vaccine being distributed on campus.   SGA had a guest speaker at this meeting, Residence Life Covid Coordinator Erin Duff.    “We want as many students as possible to vaccinated so that we can go towards a somewhat normal –

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U-Passes no longer free, students must pay $40

Madeline Scharf – Reporter In an agenda released by the Board of Regents on March 25, it was announced the U-Pass fee would increase to $40 for all participating CSCU colleges and universities.   Previously, students did not have to purchase the pass unless they lost it, to which they would pay a $10 fee for replacement. Art Education major Sara Lareau, freshman, said, “I haven’t

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