Marketing Students Conduct Focus Group

Integrated Marketing Research, taught by Professor Donald Vincent, has helped students over the semester come up with different research methods and marketing techniques that will be useful in the business world. Vincent created a research experiment that the class would conduct as a whole. Vincent talked about how egg creams used to be popular in […]

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Hilbert Holds Wellness Fair

Hilbert College holds held it’s annual Wellness Fair last month, an event aimed at helping students maintain good health and well being throughout the stresses of the semester. A variety of vendors that specialize in financial, medical and mental health information set up shop in Franciscan Hall in an effort to help students and staff […]

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Hilbert Baseball Looks Forward to New Fields

After years of struggling on the field Hilbert Athletics officials are hoping that new fields being built as part of a deal with a developer will help them build success in the baseball and softball programs. Both teams have not had much success for the last decade: below .500 records, no real playoff success and […]

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Prisons Struggle to Recruit Corrections Officers

The job of a corrections officer is not an easy one. Maybe that’s why the number of people working in corrections has dropped significantly over the past 20 years. According to the current fact sheet found on the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision website, the number of Corrections Officers in December […]

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St. Mary of the Lake Hosts Meat Raffle

St. Mary of the Lake parish community hosted their Seventh semi-annual meat raffle. If you have ever been to a meat raffle before, you know they can get very crazy, very fast. As soon as the first game began, c Every meat raffle works a little differently but this one was fairly simple. “Each game […]

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Hawk Radio Hosts College Radio Day

Hawk Radio took over the Student Activities Center in early October to celebrate National College Radio Day for the third consecutive year. The 24-hour broadcast and party was full of events and the video game contest was a huge hit for everyone that attended.  Like with all live broadcasts and moving parties however, Murphy’s Law […]

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Q&A: Bill Herne

Hilbert students have one or more classes each semester that require the purchase of course materials, whether it is digital or paperback copies. The Scribe sat down with the manager of the Hilbert bookstore Bill Herne to talk about the cost of text books and the shift to digital materials. The Scribe:  According to professors’ […]

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Q&A: Mike Cheasty

This summer, the filming of A Quiet Place 2 took place in Akron, New York, a town with a population of less than 3,000. The filming stirred up quite a bit of talk throughout the peaceful, quiet village, a place that doesn’t often see much attention from the outside world. The Scribe spoke with Mike […]

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MLB: Big Names May Be on the Move

With the conclusion of the MLB season, some big names could be on the move, with players like Mookie Betts, Kris Bryant and Francisco Lindor being discussed as possible targets. The San Diego Padres, New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, LA Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, and the Philadelphia Phillies are all possible locations for the former AL […]

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Podcast: Senior Stories

Hilbert seniors, Scott Peet and Danielle Tomaka talk about their favorite memories here at Hilbert College. Now is the time to make memories and enjoy these college years as this is typically a once in a lifetime experience. The students talk about how they wish they had made more of an effort to enjoy the […]

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