Hilbert baseball falls to St. Vincent

by Noah Welch The Hilbert Hawks men’s baseball team had a rough time against the St. Vincent Bearcats in a game at McKechnie Field, the spring training facility for the Pittsburgh Pirates, where they dropped the game by a score of 12-1. Pitcher Chad Nelson would get his first start of the  season, but the […]

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Hilbert Baseball Earns First Win

by Noah Welch Hilbert College men’s baseball team gained their first victory of the new season against Wentworth Institute of Technology in Auburndale, Fla. as part of the team’s annual spring road trip. Tristan Aldinger led the charge in the 5-4 victory, recording two hits, scoring a run and driving in Noah Welch on Aldinger’s […]

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Video: The Beauty of New York State

Check out this amazing video Tony Nally, a junior Digital Media and Communications major, put together of trips he took with friends this winter. Tony used the DMaC lab’s Lumix GH4 and his own Mavic 2 Pro drone to capture the beauty of winter at spots throughout the state including Western New York, the Finger […]

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Hilbert Baseball: Spring trip

by Noah Welch Last week the Hilbert Hawks baseball team boarded a bus to make the long journey to Auburdale, Fla. for their annual spring trip. The Hawks will make a quick stop to play one game against Bridgewater College in Virginia on March 1 on their way down south. The team will then make […]

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Event: Exam Snacks

by Angelica Reyna Finals week is here and students are under immense stress as they are working towards the end of the semester. Jill Spalawski, the Director of Residence Life and Judicial Affairs, Student life, Hallmark Dining and the Student Government Association hosted an event for residents and commuters called “Exam Snacks.” Throughout the semester […]

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Good Eats: Iron Kettle

by Michael Goodberry Early Tuesday morning I went to the Iron Kettle in East Aurora. The restaurant looks very underwhelming from the outside, like a house surrounded by trailer homes. The inside starts with a cramped foyer that opens to a main dining room to the right. A bar and family room on the left, […]

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Good Eats: Alton’s

by Michael Goodberry The other day I went to Alton’s in West Seneca. Upon arrival, the restaurant seems small yet well managed. While entering, there is a warm feeling and general aroma of delicious food. People are seated mainly in booths with tables placed in close by. With the timing being in early December, the […]

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Good Eats: Smokey Bones

by Michael Goodberry On Veterans Day, I went to Smokey Bones BBQ with my father. Walking up to the restaurant, I noticed the outside looked modern with neon lights. Yet, it still looked old fashioned with the brick siding. On the inside the restaurant  feels like a family friendly bar. The lights are heavily dimmed […]

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