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  • Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

    Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

    Amber Ollari, Editor-in-Chief

    November 16, 2018

    “Sends shivers down my spine” but did it? Listen, when I heard they were coming out with a biopic film about Queen, I was extremely excited. Freddie Mercury was and still remains an icon. His vocals and songwriting abilities were absolutely incredible. Mercury had died in 1991 from bro...

    Left: Mercury performing at live aid--- Right: Malek portraying Mercury

  • AIC Men’s Rugby Conference Championship

    AIC Men’s Rugby Conference Championship

    Lui Sitama, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    American International College Men’s Rugby have had a long season so far with injuries, new coaches, and just basic small numbers. The men’s Fifth-teen's record so far is five strong wins, one tie, and two hard losses. Overall, this season is coming to an end. This weekend Saturday, November...

  • Men’s Basketball looks to bounce back

    Men’s Basketball looks to bounce back

    Michael Enyaah, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    The AIC men’s basketball team looks to reestablish its reputation in the Northeast Conference. After a disappointing campaign in NE-10 play, the team has looked past it but is determined to avoid the same fate. With more than half of the main core returning and with the addition of several versatile...

  • ‘Noises Off’ is coming to AIC!

    ‘Noises Off’ is coming to AIC!

    Annie Norton, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    The AIC Theater will present the comedy farce ‘Noises Off’, with performances in the Griswold Auditorium on the weekend starting Friday Nov. 30. The campus community and general public are welcome to attend this free event that drama students and others have been working on all semester. Donations...

  • AIC honors veterans

    AIC honors veterans

    Tsulufelo Scrivens, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    In a ceremony marked by both joy and solemnity, veterans were praised and honored for their service to country in a ceremony at AIC on Nov. 12. Veterans Day was first celebrated to mark the end of World War I and was called Armistice Day. It has traditionally been held on the 11thday of the 11thmo...

  • What are college students spending their money on?

    What are college students spending their money on?

    Sharaya Barnett, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    Most college students struggle financially, especially during freshman year. All students have the opportunity to apply for a work study job on campus to help support themselves. Some students also have off campus jobs close by to make money. Family members and parents of the students send money to...

  • AIC reacts to California shooting

    AIC reacts to California shooting

    Brianna O’Brien, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    Like others around the country and the world, AIC students had one overwhelming reaction to the Nov. 7 mass shooting in California that took the lives of 11 people: Horror. Students interviewed said they cannot imagine the terrifying scene at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California,...

  • The rich history of the Boston Celtics

    The rich history of the Boston Celtics

    Felipe Maia, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    Founded in June 6thof 1946 by the Walter A. Brown President of Boston Garden-Arena Corporation, Boston Celtics, known as the Celtics, was created to be the best team of basketball in the world. Boston Celtics is a team from Boston, MA. The Celtics team is known for the 17 NBA titles they have won o...

  • Three things to be thankful for at AIC

    Three things to be thankful for at AIC

    Ave Mullen, Staff Writer

    November 16, 2018

    It’s November, the season of giving. Now is the time to reflect on this year and all that we have to be thankful for. At American International College, many opportunities await right under your noses. Here are three things AIC students can be grateful for this year! 1.    Scholarships Everyon...

    Photo by Amber Ollari

  • Stress no more

    Stress no more

    Nick Rivera, Staff Writer

    November 15, 2018

    It’s November, a time in college where everyone is struggling to get their work done and pass in those papers before finals start to hit. Grinding out all this work, professors giving out tests, studying, eating, sleeping, and your social life all become harder and harder to balance. More on your...

‘Noises Off’ is coming to AIC!
AIC honors veterans
AIC reacts to California shooting
Mid-Year update: Taylor Campos, Student Body President.
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AIC Men’s Rugby Conference Championship

AIC Men’s Rugby Conference Championship

November 16, 2018

Men’s Basketball looks to bounce back

Men’s Basketball looks to bounce back

November 16, 2018

The rich history of the Boston Celtics

The rich history of the Boston Celtics

November 16, 2018

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Review: Bohemian Rhapsody
What are college students spending their money on?
Three things to be thankful for at AIC
Mid-Year update: Taylor Campos, Student Body President.

Mid-Year update: Taylor Campos, Student Body President.

November 16, 2018

Stress no more

Stress no more

November 15, 2018

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