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The Quad: Fall 2014, Issue 2

Posted on 20 November 2014

The second Fall Semester Issue of The Quad has arrived! In this month’s issue, read about President Tierno’s retirement announcement, Dr. Clairissa Breen’s trip to the Czech Republic, Cazenovia students in Canterbury, England, the men’s basketball team, and much more! Click here to see a full PDF of Fall 2014, Issue 2. Continue Reading

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Local

SGA Leaders Travel to St. Louis

Posted on 03 November 2014

The Cazenovia College Student Government Association executive board traveled to St. Louis during autumn break for a leadership conference. The conference had several workshops for the students to participate in to help them get ideas to improve the organization and change things that have not been working well. The student leaders got together with leaders [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Opinion – To The Public: Trivialize Political Parties

Posted on 03 November 2014

When I first registered to vote, I embraced registering as a member of the Republican Party. Turning of age when President Obama was limping his way through a re-election campaign amid a stagnant unemployment rate, skepticism over the eventual health care rollout and criticism over the attacks at the Benghazi consulate made being a Republican [...] Continue Reading

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Features

Alone Together: Communication and Community – Or Not?

Posted on 03 November 2014

When did it become possible to be physically with someone yet be alone as well? The answer relates to the evolution of electronic communication. This was the theme of the 72nd Annual Conference of the New York State Communication Association held the weekend of Oct. 17. Cazenovia College sent nine students from the Communication Department [...] Continue Reading

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Local

Dr. Clairissa Breen, an “Academic Rock Star”

Posted on 02 November 2014

Cazenovia’s own Dr. Clairissa Breen spent the second week of September in Prague, Czech Republic, but she was not there on vacation. Breen is the director of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies at Cazenovia College. She was invited to Prague to present a paper at the Conference of the European Society of Criminology, better [...] Continue Reading

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Sports

2001 Women’s Softball Team Inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame

Posted on 02 November 2014

For the first time since leaving Cazenovia, the 2001 Wildcats women’s softball team assembled at the college’s Blue and Gold Athletics Dinner on Sept. 20 to be formally inducted into the Cazenovia College Athletics Hall of Fame. Team members and their families, some of whom traveled across the country to witness the induction, occupied seven [...] Continue Reading

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Features, National

Cazenovia College Says ‘No More’ to Domestic Violence

Posted on 01 November 2014

According to the official “NO MORE” campaign website, nomore.org, 12.7 million people are stalked, physically abused or raped by their partners each year. That is equivalent to 24 people every minute. Two students at Cazenovia College decided enough is enough. After seeing the “NO MORE” campaign commercials while watching her favorite show, Bobbi Jo Hannan [...] Continue Reading

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Local, Sports

Big Expectations for the Cazenovia Basketball Team

Posted on 31 October 2014

The Cazenovia College men’s basketball team had a rough season last year, ending with an overall 7-18 record, but Head Coach Michael Brooks says this year is looking solid for the Wildcats. He aims to lead the team to a winning conference record this season. Seven of last year’s core players are returning and Brooks [...] Continue Reading

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