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Experiencing College Outside the Classroom

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

It was 6 a.m. and time to register for my spring semester classes. As I opened my laptop, to begin, I could not believe that I had just begun registration for my final semester at Springfield College. 558 more words

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Springfield College President Mary-Beth Cooper has Q&A With Students

Pat Kenney
Managing Editor

Ever since Dr. Mary Beth Cooper stepped onto campus last fall, the atmosphere around campus has felt different. Although new ideas and plans pop up every day, one thought seemed to stick in the president’s mind. 697 more words

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Communications/Sports Journalism Major Celebrates 15th Birthday at Springfield College

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

Birthdays are an important milestone. They represent maturation, growth, and an expectation of what is to come. The Communications and Sports Journalism (COSJ) major has just hit the brink of puberty, as they are in the midst of their fifteenth year. 417 more words

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Q Smokin' Good Food: Quality Food and Good Times

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

They call themselves “the best kept secret” in Springfield and with their succulent food, cozy atmosphere, and affordable prices; “Q Smokin’ Good Food,” may just be. 498 more words

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Springfield College Plans to Rebrand

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

“Great Ideas Are Born Here,” is a slogan that Springfield College says loud and proud. Basketball? That seems to have gone over well. 453 more words

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Josh Bourne Accepts Award for Service

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

Ten years after graduating, Josh Bourne (’04) came home last Saturday night. Many alumni congregated for the annual homecoming awards dinner, but for Josh it was more than a homecoming – it was a time to humbly accept the young alumni award. 419 more words

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Take Back the Night Breaks Silence With Silence

Andrew Gutman
Editor in Chief

Silence can be many things. It can be uncomfortable, it can be scary, but sometimes – it can be powerful. 285 more words

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