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A do not cross police barricade, Feb. 12, 2022.

Is it okay that true crime is popular?

Presley DePugh, Contributing Writer February 22, 2022

Podcasts, documentaries, television shows and other forms of media are created to give audiences content about real crimes or mysteries. True crime is an entertainment genre that has grown to be enjoyed...

The value of a criminal justice degree in policing

Maddie Sage, Contributing Writer November 9, 2021

I am an undergraduate student in the criminal justice program at the university. Throughout high school, I was able to talk to many of the local police officers about my plans for college. After mentioning...

3 true-crime documentaries to watch this spooky season

3 true-crime documentaries to watch this spooky season

Elisa D’Egidio, Student Life Editor October 26, 2021

As the leaves change and the weather becomes colder, everyone enjoys cuddling up to watch movies during a time that is commonly known as “spooky season.” This year, instead of watching the typical...

Nursed to Death: The Story of Amy Archer-Gilligan

Nursed to Death: The Story of Amy Archer-Gilligan

Jenn Tucci and Selena Soto October 26, 2020

Nestled halfway between Hartford, Conn. and Springfield, Mass. is Windsor: a small, suburban town with an affinity for the outdoors. Upon first glance, the city shows cul-de-sacs and art museums, but beneath...

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