Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Lifestyle

The Passionate & The Fashionable

By Izzy Manzo and Nate Johnston Jenna Palermo attributes her business, and decision to become an art major, to being raised by “artistic people.” Up until high school her schools lacked art programs, but her mom still made sure she was able to express herself artistically. “My mom converted an extra room of my house into an art...

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It’s not Pizza, It’s Apizza!

It’s not Pizza, It’s Apizza!

By Victoria Bresnahan and August Pelliccio The aroma of San Marzano tomatoes lifting from steaming red sauce accompanies the crunch of the crisp, just slightly charred crust, as the slice departs from a customer’s mouth, pulling a trail of mozzarella behind it. Each bite is a symphony of flavors, an amalgam of textures and sensations. Heat radiates from...

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The Truth Behind Concussions

The Truth Behind Concussions

By Kevin Crompton Matt Sanzaro suffered a concussion this season as starting quarterback when his helmet fell off during a game at Bentley University. “It was a rollout pass and the ball got tipped up and it actually came right back to me,” says Sanzaro, a junior. “I tucked and ran and ended up bumping into Dan...

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The Freshman Chapter

The Freshman Chapter

By Genevieve Jaser It is a warm morning in August, and alarm clocks across Connecticut blare the all-too familiar tone; it is the first day of school.  For freshmen, both those who reside on and off campus, transitioning from high school to college may be an exciting but overwhelming thought. It signifies moving onward, and invites one to...

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Language Barriers

By Jonathan Gonzalez With more than 55 million Latinos living in the United States, according to the 2016 U.S. Census estimate, Spanish is becoming a prominent language in the country. While Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States, according to census estimates, English is still spoken by the majority of the country. Although it...

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Top 5: Campus Eateries

https://youtu.be/5B-onSAEzac By Jason Edwards 1 DUNKIN’ PHOTOS | August Pelliccio Located in the Michael J. Adanti Student Center, Dunkin’ serves students their favorite Dunkin’ menu options, from bacon, egg and cheese to coffee and coolata. Dunkin’ is a go-to for early morning classes, and includes a quiet sitting area with views of Fitch Street....

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Top 5 Art Installations on Campus

Top 5 Art Installations on Campus

#1: End of the Line End of the Line by Nancy Holt.(August Pelliccio/Crescent Magazine) This circular sculpture, hidden near Brownell Residence Hall, enframes the cliffside of West Rock Ridge State Park in its two overlapping circles. The structure was installed in 1985 per completion by the now deceased artist Nancy Holt. The wheel-like structure...

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