Cuomo faces calls to resign, threats of impeachment

By: Erin Albright, Staff Writer Governor Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y. could face the state’s first impeachment in over a century due to claims of sexual harassment, undercounting nursing home deaths related to COVID-19 and giving his family testing priority during the early days of the pandemic. Cuomo, serving his third term as governor, was widely celebrated for managing the country’s first COVID-19 hotspot. While the rest of the state’s residents struggled to obtain COVID-19 tests, Cuomo allegedly gave his family priority testing and special treatment.  Members of the governor’s family, including his mother, at least one of his sisters and his … Continue reading Cuomo faces calls to resign, threats of impeachment

SAC hosts Mr. Muskie Pageant

By: Lauren Young Sophomore Joe Caputi took home the title of “Mr. Muskie” after winning the Student Activities Council’s Mr. Muskie Pageant last week in the Gallagher Student Center Theatre. Junior Nate O’Brien was the runner-up, and third place went to sophomore C.J. Montante. Roughly $400 was raised and donated to Caputi’s charity of choice, the Heart of Camden. The organization is based in Camden, New Jersey, Caputi’s home state. According to the organization’s website, its mission is, “to improve the quality of life for the children of the neighborhood of Waterfront South by providing safe, decent (and) affordable housing … Continue reading SAC hosts Mr. Muskie Pageant