Zach Jezioro: MLB offseason predictions

With the Nationals winning the 2019 World Series, the offseason is underway and there have been some big transactions already. Let’s start with 2019 World Series champion pitcher Stephen Strasburg, who just opted out of his contract with the Nationals. He still had four more years remaining, with him making $100 million on the contract […]

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Hilbert Adjusts to Friday Classes

by Dylan Timmel This fall Hilbert College saw many changes and one that caused a stir was the decision to add Friday classes to the academic schedule. For at least 10 years, the college has offered classes that ran from Monday through Thursday creating an atypical college experience. When word began spreading that Friday classes […]

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Gallery: The Odyssey Project

  Every warrior has their own journey, and a different story to tell. The CEPA Gallery in downtown Buffalo presents, ODYSSEY | Warriors Come Home, a unique collection of  stories told through photographs as part of the Odyssey Workshops project. Veterans tell their tales of struggles, and victories as they return home and attempt to resume […]

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Photo Project Seeks to Help Vets Heal

by Stephen Freeman For many soldiers the return home from battle can present many challenges, unique from the very clear and nearby challenges they faced while in action. The Odyssey Project, named for the epic poem recounting Odysseus’ return from battle, offers combat veterans an outlet for expression in making their own journey home from […]

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Hilbert Cross Country Looks to Finish Strong

Here comes the Hilbert Hawks Cross Country teams. The men and women’s teams conclude their season this Saturday, when the Hawks look to place well at Penn-State Behrend for the Allegany Mountain Collegiate Conference Championship. Head Coach Bob Krug said he expects both his men and women’s team to finish strong. He had  some input […]

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Hawk Radio Trunk-or-Treat

Hawk Radio partnered up with the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court 1311 to host a Trunk or Treat event on Sunday October 27th at Our Mother of Good Counsel church in Blasdell. Although the weather was not great the event moved indoors, allowing children to enjoy trick or treating at each table instead of […]

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Q&A: Katie Martoche

by Nathan Scrivani Katie Martoche knows a lot about burnout. She spends a great deal of time helping students deal with the many stresses that come with college life. Martoche, the Title IX Coordinator and Director of Career Development at Hilbert College, talks to students all the time about the anxiety, stress and exhaustion that […]

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Brophy Installed as Hilbert President

by Brandon Job Dr. Michael Brophy was officially installed as Hilbert College’s president earlier this month, surrounded by the college community in a ceremony held at Swan Auditorium. Brophy, who started in his position with the college last year, was lauded by students, alumni and faculty during the ceremony, which included a mass attended by […]

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Q&A: Kyle Rauschelbach

This past summer Franciscan Hall saw some renovations, including the addition of the “Hawkade” e-gaming center. The Hawkade is a not so large room that contains one Xbox One, one Playstation 4, an Xbox 360, and one original Xbox. For just being built, the room seems like a very fun place to hang out and […]

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Q&A: Courtney Witherspoon

Courtney Witherspoon has a tough job. As the director of HEOP (Educationally and Economically disadvantaged Students) she has to do everything she can to keep Hilbert students from becoming a statistical College Dropout, a task that is particularly challenging as on-time college completion rates have decrease. The Scribe caught up with her to talk about […]

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