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Transgender Athlete Panel at Springfield College Proposes Change

Pat Kenney
Campus News Editor

Derrick Gordon.

Many people do not even know his name. The fourth-leading scorer on the UMass basketball team this past year, Gordon was not always the talk of the town. 571 more words

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Adjunct Professors at Springfield College: Searching for Equality

Pat Kenney
Campus News Editor

When looking at colleges, most of us take many of the same things into consideration.

The food, campus beauty, athletics, class size, curriculum, class structure and even professor availability all play a crucial role in our final college decision.  732 more words

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Habitat for Humanity Makes an Impact

Pat Kenney
Campus News Editor

It is said that humans need three essential things in order to survive: food, water and shelter.

Since 1976, the non-profit organization Habitat For Humanity has been providing shelters to those in need. 461 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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James Naismith Discovered Not to be True Inventor of Basketball

Pat Kenney
“He Sings A Lot”

It is well known on the Springfield College campus and throughout the world that the founder of basketball is none other than James Naismith. 505 more words

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Spring Break Satire at Springfield College

Pat Kenney
Campus News Editor

Spring break can be one of the hardest breaks to stay occupied during.

With half of your friends off partying on a beach somewhere, and the other half working at the local grocery store, plans can be short or even nonexistent. 520 more words

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The Sandglass Theater Tackles Dementia

Pat Kenney
Campus News Editor

Growing older can be tough.

Joints deteriorate, muscles weaken, eyes go bad, but perhaps one of the worst things that could happen as someone progresses through time is memory loss. 462 more words

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