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Revelation of Essential Wisdom Intensely Awaited from First Human

As the cause behind the formation of the first particle is the cause behind the organisation of the universe, that single Cause is more profound than the entire universal phenomena. 1,385 more words

Humanics

Dobrow Era Ends as Regina Kaufman is Named 2015-16 Professor of Humanics

Logan Mullen

Arts and Entertainment Editor

Tradition has found a way of defining itself in multiple facets at Springfield College.

From Sti-Yu-Ka to the “Birthplace of Basketball” tagline to the idea of not cutting corners, the college is no stranger to preserving images and traditions to unite the campus community and add a draw to it that few other schools can boast. 606 more words

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CBS's Extant pilot thoughts

Summer releases galore.  CBS joins with Stephen Spielberg to bring Extant (Premiered July 9th 2014).  Academy Award winner Halle Berry stars as Molly Wood, a working mom, who is sent on a mission in outer space.  353 more words

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A Look into Lake Massasoit: Part 1 of 2

Tyler Leahy
Contributing Writer

On cloudless April days the sunlight dances, glinting rays of gold against the navy ripples of the abyss that is Lake Massasoit.  816 more words

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Graves Humanics Lecture a Success: Charles Reddington Next in Line

Nate Brown

Staff Writer

As the academic year comes to an end, many things come to a close.  Finals represent the end of classes, sports teams find themselves wrapping things up until next year and Naomi Graves’ time as the 2011-2012 Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics is ending.  886 more words

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How do You Define Humanics? Students Given Chance to Share Their Definition

Justin Felisko

Editor-in-Chief

The 2012 Distinguished Professor of Humanics and head women’s basketball coach Naomi Graves has spent the last year analyzing the teacher-coach model in preparation for her Humanics Lecture on April 24. 560 more words

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Students Say Yes+ to Enlightenment: Leadership Program Hits Campus

Joe Brown

News Editor

While a large majority of the Springfield College student population departed the campus on President’s Day weekend, 20 students remained to practice their breathing in order to master the power of YES+. 875 more words

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