Hunter Saenz's Articles

Central New York, Religion

Muslims Fight Stereotypes And Misconceptions After Terrorist Attacks

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By Hunter Sáenz SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — With hashtags like #stopIslam trending on social media moments after the terrorist attacks in Paris, many Muslims once again find themselves having to defend and explain their faith. Many of those who lashed out online, using such hashtags, blame all Muslims for the deadly attacks–even  though the principles […]

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Feature, Sports

S.U. Quarterback Permanently Sidelined, Vows Commitment To Team

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By Hunter Sáenz SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — With 935 passing yards and five starts in six games, Syracuse University quarterback A.J. Long finished his freshman year with just one win. Still, Long was hungry for success and wanted to find it during his sophomore year. Fast forward to this year’s football preseason, Long’s sophomore year, and that hunger […]

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Central New York, Uncategorized

Local Catholics To Call On Pope To Ask Syracuse Bishop to Resign

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By Hunter Sáenz SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Concerned Catholics in the Syracuse area will soon call on the Pope to force Bishop Robert Cunningham, of the Syracuse Diocese, to resign. The pleas come after comments made in a deposition in 2011 by Bishop Cunningham. Transcripts from his sworn comments were made public last week. Bishop Cunningham […]

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Uncategorized

Rise in Minimum Wage?

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By Hunter Sáenz SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — With the rise of inflation and the cost of living going up, many politicians believe that a rise of the minimum wage is appropriate. That belief comes from the more liberal politicians, not so much the conservative ones. President Obama spoke today at Central Connecticut State University in New […]

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