Q&A: Jessica Lively

by Dylan Timmell Over the fall semester, Hilbert College opened a new café called 78 West, bringing much excitement to the students and faculty. Hilbert’s president, Dr. Michael Brophy, went throughout the campus asking faculty what they believe would be great revision ideas for the campus. Food service director, Jessica Lively came up with the […]

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Q&A: Don Vincent

by Scott Peet Hawk Radio is seeing a lot of exciting changes this year. Entering its ninth school year under the guidance of Dr. Don Vincent there is a renewed energy amongst the staff. A new and improved studio has brought interest back to the station and a cast of fresh voices will be taking […]

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Q&A:Cindy Battista

by Melissa Shepard Cindy Battista knew she had a calling for hospitality and had the drive to make it happen. After hearing a heart-warming story from a colleague, she knew exactly what she had to do. And that was when she started Grace Guest House, a place for families to stay in times of need […]

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Journalism Camp: Hilbert Cafeteria Held Up at Gunpoint

Editor’s Note: This story was written as part of a breaking news exercise. No robbery took place at Hilbert College. by Nick Pulinski, Leah Chlewicki, Grace Wenner An armed robbery occurred at the Hilbert Campus cafeteria this afternoon.  At approximately 1:30 pm a white male about 5’8” entered the dining hall wearing sunglasses and threatened […]

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Journalism Camp: News About News

by Owen Rung Have you ever wondered what goes on at the heart of a news station? In this article we follow Lanora Ziobrowski, who works at Channel 7 WKBW, on a tour of the building and what goes on there. We first go to a large room filled with multi-media journalists, journalists who film, […]

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Journalism Camp: Canalside continues to grow

By Peyton Leftwich On any given day in Canalside you can see families bustling around enjoying the boardwalk, the naval park and more opportunities that weren’t even imaginable just 15 years ago. Canalside is a constantly developing place that is increasingly popular. Starting in 2004, buildings began springing up on the once desolate downtown area. […]

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Journalism Camp: Young Stars Drive Excitement for Bisons

  By Grace Wenner, Leah Chlewicki, Nick Pulinski Sahlen Field is a stadium swaddled in the scrabble of skyway bridges and set amongst the developing rubble of urban construction, quaintly housing the Buffalo Bisons professional Minor League Baseball team.  A Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, The Bisons serve as a farm team for […]

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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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