• By Juanita Doss MCLA’s athletic training program is looking to attract and expand applications from multicultural students after receiving The National Athletic Training Association (NATA) Ethnic Diversity Enhancement grant for $2,400. Biology Professor and Athletic Training Director Peter Hoyt said the athletic training program will jump on board with the...

    NATA Grants Athletics $2,400 for Multicultural Diversity

    By Juanita Doss MCLA’s athletic training program is looking to attract and expand applications from multicultural students after receiving The National Athletic Training Association (NATA) Ethnic Diversity Enhancement grant for $2,400. Biology Professor and Athletic Training Director Peter Hoyt said the athletic training program will jump on board with the...

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  • By Isabel McKenzie The Adam Hinds lecture and discussion on ISIS presented what the rise of individualism means to the organization and how to approach 21st century threats in this modern world. Hinds highlighted the inter-connectivity of the world today and questioned “how we are taking on foreign affairs and...

    ISIS’s Strategies Explained by Hinds

    By Isabel McKenzie The Adam Hinds lecture and discussion on ISIS presented what the rise of individualism means to the organization and how to approach 21st century threats in this modern world. Hinds highlighted the inter-connectivity of the world today and questioned “how we are taking on foreign affairs and...

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  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney CEO and Founder of Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company, Dean Cycon, will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 5 honoring the annual Elizabeth and Lawrence Vadnais Environmental Issues Lecture Series. Cycon visited the college last spring to speak at the Green Living series seminar about his sustainable business being...

    Vadnais Lecture to Host Dean’s Beans Founder

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney CEO and Founder of Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company, Dean Cycon, will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 5 honoring the annual Elizabeth and Lawrence Vadnais Environmental Issues Lecture Series. Cycon visited the college last spring to speak at the Green Living series seminar about his sustainable business being...

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  • By Isabel McKenzie Republican Charlie Baker’s campaign for governor centers on issues of economic growth and jobs, education, safer and stronger communities, health care, and trust in the state government for the people of Massachusetts. Baker hopes to expand economic and career opportunities within the Commonwealth by focusing on growing...

    Baker Focuses on Jobs, Healthcare, Reforming Tax Code

    By Isabel McKenzie Republican Charlie Baker’s campaign for governor centers on issues of economic growth and jobs, education, safer and stronger communities, health care, and trust in the state government for the people of Massachusetts. Baker hopes to expand economic and career opportunities within the Commonwealth by focusing on growing...

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Commentary
  • By Holly Johnston I sat in my room staring at my packed suitcase. I’d had a permanent smile on my face for days. I’d be leaving tomorrow for Iceland.  I opened my desk drawer and took my plane ticket out. I thought double checking my plane’s departure time would be...

    Iceland Airwaves

    By Holly Johnston I sat in my room staring at my packed suitcase. I’d had a permanent smile on my face for days. I’d be leaving tomorrow for Iceland.  I opened my desk drawer and took my plane ticket out. I thought double checking my plane’s departure time would be…

  • By Christopher Johnson While they are all Independent, the three alternative candidates to Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker—Scott Lively, Evan Falchuk and Jeffrey McCormick—have very different, sometimes contradictory ideas. “As governor, my number one priority will be to create jobs and grow the economy,” McCormick said in a campaign video...

    Independent Candidates Offer Alternatives

    By Christopher Johnson While they are all Independent, the three alternative candidates to Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker—Scott Lively, Evan Falchuk and Jeffrey McCormick—have very different, sometimes contradictory ideas. “As governor, my number one priority will be to create jobs and grow the economy,” McCormick said in a campaign video…

  • By Nick Arena A terminally ill, 29-year-old woman will be ending her life on Nov. 1. A USA Today report about Brittany Maynard, a Calilfornia native who has moved to Oregon, stated that the woman has chosen to die with dignity, rather than die in pain. She is suffering from...

    The Right to Die with Dignity

    By Nick Arena A terminally ill, 29-year-old woman will be ending her life on Nov. 1. A USA Today report about Brittany Maynard, a Calilfornia native who has moved to Oregon, stated that the woman has chosen to die with dignity, rather than die in pain. She is suffering from…

  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney So, you want to lose weight and be healthy, but you don’t know where to start. Well, getting an inexpensive fitness tracker is a good way to start getting healthy because you’ll be able to analyze what your strengths and weaknesses are via smartphone app. For my...

    Tracking Your Goals

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney So, you want to lose weight and be healthy, but you don’t know where to start. Well, getting an inexpensive fitness tracker is a good way to start getting healthy because you’ll be able to analyze what your strengths and weaknesses are via smartphone app. For my…

  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney As the bright colors of the Berkshires fall away, our workouts might take a plunge as well. Before we get a jump start on the winter slump, let’s make a few changes to the old exercise routine from summer. Within our area, outdoor activities such as hiking...

    Falling into a Routine

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney As the bright colors of the Berkshires fall away, our workouts might take a plunge as well. Before we get a jump start on the winter slump, let’s make a few changes to the old exercise routine from summer. Within our area, outdoor activities such as hiking…

  • By Nick Arena Halloween is on its way again. That means costumes, candy, decorations, and fake public service announcements meant to scare you more than your local haunted house. The information age has brought breaking news and other important updates to our fingertips, but it has also brought with it...

    The Internet vs. Common Sense

    By Nick Arena Halloween is on its way again. That means costumes, candy, decorations, and fake public service announcements meant to scare you more than your local haunted house. The information age has brought breaking news and other important updates to our fingertips, but it has also brought with it…

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