Union men’s hockey season ends in overtime

POTSDAM, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Union College men’s hockey team saw their season end in heartbreaking fashion, falling to #17 Clarkson University in overtime, 4-3, Saturday night at Cheel Arena.

First-year Andrew Seaman scored his third goal of the season in the first period while junior Dylan Anhorn scored his second goal in as many nights. Sophomore Tyler Watkins netted his fourth goal of the season, unassisted to tie the game. Juniors Owen Farris and Gabriel Seger, sophomore Nic Petruolo, and first-year Collin Graf all registered assists.

Clarkson got on the board 2:39 into the opening frame. An early penalty by the Dutchmen put them on the penalty kill only 40 seconds into the first period. Lukas Kaelble beat junior Connor Murphy with one second remaining on the penalty to put the Golden Knights up 1-0. Clarkson extended their lead to two at 12:09 of

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How the Pandemic Changed the 2021 Holiday Shopping Season | Economy

There was a time when online shopping was an inexpensive and effective way to find obscure merchandise and avoid a trip to the store. Then the coronavirus struck and turned the web into a way for homebound consumers to purchase life’s necessities.

E-commerce became a lifeline rather than a luxury and never more so than during the 2021 holidays. But as online shopping became ubiquitous, some of its earlier benefits disappeared, chief among them lower prices.

An analysis of online shopping trends during the 2021 Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday spending season by Adobe Digital Insights released Wednesday found that inflation has caught up with the web, as prices rose 3.5% in November from a year earlier and 3.1% annually in December. That was driven by demand, as consumers spent $204.5 billion during the 2021 holiday season, up 8.6% year over year.

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5 tips to help seniors avoid scams this holiday season |

Online shopping has skyrocketed during the pandemic, and as the U.S. braces for the unknowns of the omicron variant, its popularity is expected to continue this year.

Experts warn that an uptick in scams may follow.

“Fraud is really like a crime of opportunity,” said Victoria Funes, associate state director for AARP Florida. “More traffic creates more available victims for people who are phishing for your dollars.”

Seventy-five percent of adults say they’ve been targeted by or experienced at least one form of fraud, according to a survey from the AARP

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Step Out in Style This Season with These Women’s Winter Fashions | Lifestyles

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Winter is here, which means it’s time to layer up and step out in warm, cozy looks that dazzle even as the cold winds blow. From essential winter fashion boots to chunky sweaters, timeless tunics, and interesting textures, the latest winter fashions are all about mixing it up and reveling in rich and classic colors, fabrics, and styles.

Whether you’re headed to the office, meeting friends for a night out, or attending a casual holiday party, putting an outfit together can be as simple as matching fashion staples from your closet with a new piece or two. If you’re up for a wardrobe refresh, check out these must-have

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