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TV on the Radio Album Lacks Substance

Tyler Leahy
Opinion’s Editor

While TV on the Radio emerged from the depths of obscurity long ago, their Nov. 18 release Seeds finds them at their most accessible. 276 more words

Springfield College

Every Open Eye is Not Seeing

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor


Kids say the darndest things. Bill Cosby does the darndest things, and now he has nothing to say at all.

Cosby has faced rape allegations periodically since 2005. 742 more words

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Foo Fighters Try New Concept, But End With Same Sound

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

It can safely be said that Foo Fighters is a true rock-n-roll band at heart, something that can’t be said about most 21st century rock acts.  360 more words

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Keep Your Stick on the Ice: A Non-Hockey Brotherhood Story

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

My faith in professional team sports has been waning, as documented in this column before.  There is a false illusion us sports fans buy into: men being paid millions of dollars are part of an admirable, righteous brotherhood. 1,231 more words

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Letter to the Editor: Why MGM Springfield is Problematic

Dear Editor,

I’d like to first thank Tyler Leahy for writing about the casino issue in last week’s Student. As a resident of Springfield and a Springfield College faculty member, I often felt most people avoided the topic out of a sense of hopelessness or fear of antagonizing others for no useful purpose. 444 more words

Springfield College

Ryan Hemsworth Explores in Alone for the First Time

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

Over the last five years, Ryan Hemsworth has built a reputation as a consistent force in electronic music production both across the internet and behind DJ tables at clubs around the globe. 312 more words

Springfield College

Not a Cure, Not a Disease, Just a Casino

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

On Nov. 4, Massachusetts citizens favored an overwhelming “no” vote to ballot question three, ultimately rejecting a casino repeal. As a result, construction of resort casinos in Springfield and Everett and a slot machine parlor in Plainville will begin by the end of 2014. 848 more words

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