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Michael Snow on stage with Joe Brown and Peter Brady

From Left to right: Joe Brown, Peter Brady, and Michael Snow

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Career Networking for Springfield College Students in New York City

Joe Brown
Editor in Chief

The worth of networking cannot be easily defined by statistics. It is nearly impossible to determine exact numbers of how successful students are who devote time to networking versus those who do not. 745 more words

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Voices for Change

Joe Brown
Editor in Chief

Within the past week, first-year Springfield College President Mary-Beth Cooper has officially initiated two groups to target issues that were raised earlier in the year by students, faculty and staff. 971 more words

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She Kills Monsters Slices Right to the Heart

Joe Brown
Editor in Chief

“Life is not about the monsters you fight – it’s about the adventures you have.”

Those words, spoken by senior lead actress Elena Gasparri, could not be more appropriate for Springfield College Theater’s spring production of Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters, which will be performed in the Fuller Arts Center Thursday through Sunday at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. 561 more words

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Message From the Editor in Chief

Joe Brown
The Real Editor in Chief

Disclaimer Alert: I do not kick puppies. I promise. In fact, my family owns a very cute little poodle that I love very much. 245 more words

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Joe Brown, Disgraced Editor in Chief, Forced to Resign

Jon Santer
Interim Editor in Chief

I, Jon Santer, former Sports Editor of The Springfield Student, have recently accepted the role as Interim Editor-in-Chief for the remainder of the 2014 academic year. 415 more words

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Pets to Be Allowed in Springfield College Dorms

Joe Brown
Editor in Chief

In a groundbreaking move that has animal lovers everywhere cheering, Springfield College President Mary-Beth Cooper and Police Chief Judy Jackson enacted a policy that will allow pets on campus starting in the fall of 2014. 638 more words

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