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Changes on the horizon for campus bookstore

By Gionna Nourse For over 20 years state universities, including MCLA, have relied on Follett to provide their bookstore services, but a state-wide bid for...

Audiophilia and the Loudness War

Mary Redstone's Column

Science Center brings MCLA into the future

The Center for Science and Innovation will help the College expand as science and technology dominate the job market in the years to come. I’m...

Pilot program to lend bikes

Students, faculty and staff will be able to borrow a bike by April After many months of research and planning, the bike share program is...

Women’s soccer shuts out Fitchburg Falcons

The Women’s Soccer team defeated MASCAC rivals Fitchburg State 2-0 on Saturday ,Oct. 5. In the win, Natalie Caney scored her 10th and 11th goals...

Green Living Seminar Series to open

This semester’s Green Living Seminar Series focuses on reimagining Eagle Street starting with an upcoming lecture on New Urbanism. The Strong Towns lecture will take...

Mary Marcil: A stellar student and thespian

Mary Marcil strolled into the Campus Center with a sword and Wonder Woman cape. “The cape was a joke from Taming of the Shrew,” she...

Students dedicated to service through community engagement

By: Matt Hotaling The MCLA Center for Service and Citizenship concluded its annual school supply drive collecting close to 200 items to be donated and...

Students and alumni offer diversity through art

By Raanan Sarid-Segal   The 2013 Student/Alumni Show included an interesting mix of art forms and styles. Though it did not always seem to gel together as...

Spectrum: Nothing to worry about

Cyber security is an important matter on the minds of everybody, from college students to the presidential candidates. MCLA has used Spectrum for around five...

Queens of noise: Female-fronted heavy metal bands take over the world

Heavy Metal has changed a lot since the 1970’s. It still remains predominantly a man’s world, and it is more acceptable for men to...
Occupy Wall Street

Student arrested during Occupy Wall Street rally

Sophomore Tim Shiebler, his 21-year-old brother and 25-year-old sister – a third-grade schoolteacher in Acton, Mass. – arrived to a subdued crowd at 1...

SGA nomination papers available

Nomination papers for next year’s Student Government Association positions are now available. The nomination papers are currently available in Campus Center room 317 -...

Volleyball Battles with Bridgewater State

By Jesse Collings The Volleyball team traveled to Bridgewater State on Saturday to compete in their final regular game of the season. Bridgewater won a...

Let’s talk ‘green’

Yesterday saw a very fortuitous announcement, since it’s so close to Earth Day.  U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced the Cape Wind Project has...