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Friday, February 23, 2018

News

“Famous People are Just More

Mary Redstone's Column

Ukes and yo-yos entertain Northampton

“It’s only natural ukuleles and yo-yos would go well together, because they both start with ‘Y’,” joked the MC as he started the show....

Series of films continues with “Utopia”

Last Thursday, February 10th, Club B-10 hosted the screening of “At Home in Utopia,” a documentary directed by Michal Goldman.  Club B-10 is a...

Chamber Ensemble gets going

For students who love playing musical instruments but have no one to perform with, the newly formed Chamber Ensemble Society (CES) is the place...

Indie Fest thrills students

Mike Martin, Augustine, and Darlingside brings talented Indie music to Sullivan

Nora Weiss: Student Leader

Weiss helps plan events for SAC and MCLA Presents!, and is a Gallery 51 intern.

Arvin Mitchell entertains cafe

“When the jokes don’t work, you just say ‘Give it up for the ladies!’ It works every time.” Last Wednesday, SAC Comedy Stop brought Arvin...

Borderline Insane

Ed Damon's Column

Welcome to late-winter

Editorial

The Royal Sham

Jack Deming's Column

“Who Needs Graduate School, Right?! You Do!”

Shataya Pride's Column

Revolution in Egypt

The 30 year reign of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak ended as protestors filled the streets of Cairo.

Students seek dance minor

MCLA will soon be having a new science building as well as a Subway. With reconstruction of the Campus Center on its way, the college...

Governor Patrick proposes budget

Vice President Stakenas responds to the proposed 2012

Strategic plan takes next step

The Church Street Center’s social hall was full to the brim at last Thursday’s Strategic Planning Community Meeting. The meeting helped kick off the...