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  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Student Activities Council (SAC) will host their first release party on Saturday in the Amsler Campus Center from 6 until 7 p.m. to reveal the musical artist for their annual spring concert. All tables in the Campus Center will be taken over by SAC for the...

    SAC to host first ever spring concert release party

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Student Activities Council (SAC) will host their first release party on Saturday in the Amsler Campus Center from 6 until 7 p.m. to reveal the musical artist for their annual spring concert. All tables in the Campus Center will be taken over by SAC for the…

  • By Jess Gamari   Senator Lucas McDiarmid met with Senate chair Taylor Krowitz during Sunday’s ad hoc committee meeting to discuss the possibility of creating a student union. This recreational area would be equipped with a projector system and either a ping pong table or pool table. Vice President Brendan...

    Committee seeks location for student union

    By Jess Gamari   Senator Lucas McDiarmid met with Senate chair Taylor Krowitz during Sunday’s ad hoc committee meeting to discuss the possibility of creating a student union. This recreational area would be equipped with a projector system and either a ping pong table or pool table. Vice President Brendan…

  • By Alexander Moore   The Student Affairs Committee hopes to create a plan to ease the transition from freshman to sophomore year. In a meeting held Friday, two sophomores and members of the committee discussed ways to improve the sophomore experience. “Our job was to compile information and come up...

    Easing the transition to sophomore year

    By Alexander Moore   The Student Affairs Committee hopes to create a plan to ease the transition from freshman to sophomore year. In a meeting held Friday, two sophomores and members of the committee discussed ways to improve the sophomore experience. “Our job was to compile information and come up…

  • By Nick Swanson   During spring break, ten students traveled the islands of Hawaii, while eighteen others embarked on a service-learning trip to Belize in Central America. Anthropology professor Sumi Colligan led the trip to Hawaii while Spencer Moser, coordinator of the Center for Service and Citizenship, headed the Belize...

    Students experience alternative spring break

    By Nick Swanson   During spring break, ten students traveled the islands of Hawaii, while eighteen others embarked on a service-learning trip to Belize in Central America. Anthropology professor Sumi Colligan led the trip to Hawaii while Spencer Moser, coordinator of the Center for Service and Citizenship, headed the Belize…

  • By Rachel Fitterman   Performance artist Jennifer Miller stunned and surprised her audience with circus tricks and a healthy dose of humor during her visiting solo act March 24  in Sullivan Lounge. Miller, who hails from New York City, is the founder of Circus Amok, a queer-oriented, no-animal, one-ring circus...

    Circus performer addresses social issues

    By Rachel Fitterman   Performance artist Jennifer Miller stunned and surprised her audience with circus tricks and a healthy dose of humor during her visiting solo act March 24  in Sullivan Lounge. Miller, who hails from New York City, is the founder of Circus Amok, a queer-oriented, no-animal, one-ring circus…

  • Norwegian composer Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred of Oslo, Norway, will perform a concert of new music in the Church Street Center auditorium on today at 12:30 p.m. The concert – in which Skjelbred will premiere his newest work, “ConVergEnce” for cello and banjo, as well as works by Magnar Am and...

    Norweigan composer to perform at the College

    Norwegian composer Bjorn Bolstad Skjelbred of Oslo, Norway, will perform a concert of new music in the Church Street Center auditorium on today at 12:30 p.m. The concert – in which Skjelbred will premiere his newest work, “ConVergEnce” for cello and banjo, as well as works by Magnar Am and…

  • By Shannen Adamites   Senior Dance Company Co-President Alexa Hebard is graduating this spring, and finishing off her last dance of her college career to be shown at the annual performance at Mass MoCA. “It hasn’t really hit me yet that this is my last show, but I’m sure I’ll...

    Graduating senior prepares for last Dance Company show at MoCA

    By Shannen Adamites   Senior Dance Company Co-President Alexa Hebard is graduating this spring, and finishing off her last dance of her college career to be shown at the annual performance at Mass MoCA. “It hasn’t really hit me yet that this is my last show, but I’m sure I’ll…

  • MCLA Presents! will offer a night of thought-provoking, experimental puppetry based on the oral histories of homeless and hungry. The College’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center (BCRC) presents “Who’s Hungry,” Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. in the North Adams Puppet Lab at 107 Main...

    MCLA Presents! to feature thoughtful puppetry

    MCLA Presents! will offer a night of thought-provoking, experimental puppetry based on the oral histories of homeless and hungry. The College’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center (BCRC) presents “Who’s Hungry,” Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. in the North Adams Puppet Lab at 107 Main…

  • By Jenna O’Connor   With smooth, harmonious vocals and memorable guitar riffs mixed with the palpable sounds of the cello, alternative rock group, BETTY, performed at Mass MoCA Saturday night in the cozy and intimate Club B-10. Known for their strong vocal harmonies and their tough attitudes, BETTY consists of...

    BETTY performs intimate show at MoCA’s Club-B10

    By Jenna O’Connor   With smooth, harmonious vocals and memorable guitar riffs mixed with the palpable sounds of the cello, alternative rock group, BETTY, performed at Mass MoCA Saturday night in the cozy and intimate Club B-10. Known for their strong vocal harmonies and their tough attitudes, BETTY consists of…

  • By Rachel Fitterman   Three poets gathered in Gallery 51 last Saturday to discuss literary identity in “Woman Talk: The Voices We Write,” as part of the month-long Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. The event, hosted by Tupelo Press, featured Annie Boutelle, Ellen Doré Watson and Amy Dryansky, all published...

    Women writers share their processes at G51.

    By Rachel Fitterman   Three poets gathered in Gallery 51 last Saturday to discuss literary identity in “Woman Talk: The Voices We Write,” as part of the month-long Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. The event, hosted by Tupelo Press, featured Annie Boutelle, Ellen Doré Watson and Amy Dryansky, all published…

  • By Jesse Collings   Part of the thrill of the NCAA Tournament is that stars that are made during the tournament will soon be seen playing at the next level. With the 2014 NBA Draft supposed to be the most star-studded draft in the last several years, the NCAA Tournament...

    The kids are alright

    By Jesse Collings   Part of the thrill of the NCAA Tournament is that stars that are made during the tournament will soon be seen playing at the next level. With the 2014 NBA Draft supposed to be the most star-studded draft in the last several years, the NCAA Tournament…

  • By Kelsey Marini   The men’s team fell short of a victory over Clark University, giving up seven runs in the final innings. The final score was 5-9. This marked the team’s fifth consecutive loss of the season, making their record 2-7. Clark earned an early run, scoring in the...

    Baseball drops fifth straight

    By Kelsey Marini   The men’s team fell short of a victory over Clark University, giving up seven runs in the final innings. The final score was 5-9. This marked the team’s fifth consecutive loss of the season, making their record 2-7. Clark earned an early run, scoring in the…

  • By James Hunter   Rachel Quackenbush, sophomore, has been a dominant player for the Trailblazers in her first two seasons on the team.  Rachel has garnered attention since she first got to the program. In 2013, she was named Rookie of the Year, Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) First...

    Quackenbush strikes for MCLA

    By James Hunter   Rachel Quackenbush, sophomore, has been a dominant player for the Trailblazers in her first two seasons on the team.  Rachel has garnered attention since she first got to the program. In 2013, she was named Rookie of the Year, Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) First…

  • By Kaleigh Anderson   Michael Sullivan has worked hard to become a force to be reckoned with in the MASCAC conference. Pegged as one of MCLA’s top players this season, Michael has played baseball for 15 years, starting his career at age 6 in Wareham, Mass. Currently playing shortstop and...

    Coming up big at short

    By Kaleigh Anderson   Michael Sullivan has worked hard to become a force to be reckoned with in the MASCAC conference. Pegged as one of MCLA’s top players this season, Michael has played baseball for 15 years, starting his career at age 6 in Wareham, Mass. Currently playing shortstop and…

  • By Jesse Collings   Former MCLA student-athletes met with current student-athletes on Sunday to discuss the way student-athletes can use what they learned as atheltes, and apply it to the working world after graduation. The second annual alumni round table panel discussion took place at the Feigenbaum Science Center. The...

    SAAC hosts roundtable discussion on student-athlete achievement

    By Jesse Collings   Former MCLA student-athletes met with current student-athletes on Sunday to discuss the way student-athletes can use what they learned as atheltes, and apply it to the working world after graduation. The second annual alumni round table panel discussion took place at the Feigenbaum Science Center. The…

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