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  • By Jess Gamari   The college plans to revisit the smoking policy on campus, according to President Jake Powers. He has met with Vice President of Student Affairs Charlotte Degen and taskforce meetings are scheduled Fridays at noon. “President Degen is looking for students who do and don’t smoke,” advisor...

    Taskforce seeks student input on smoking policy

    By Jess Gamari   The college plans to revisit the smoking policy on campus, according to President Jake Powers. He has met with Vice President of Student Affairs Charlotte Degen and taskforce meetings are scheduled Fridays at noon. “President Degen is looking for students who do and don’t smoke,” advisor…

  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Ever since junior Carrisa Sacherski got involved with the Susan B. Anthony Women’s Center freshman year, her devotion to promoting gender equality has only gotten stronger. She is a junior double majoring in English and education, and she intends to teach high school after college. Sacherski...

    Student fights for equality and education

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Ever since junior Carrisa Sacherski got involved with the Susan B. Anthony Women’s Center freshman year, her devotion to promoting gender equality has only gotten stronger. She is a junior double majoring in English and education, and she intends to teach high school after college. Sacherski…

  • By Alexander Moore   Robin Picard, a community development volunter with the Peace Corps who was recently evacuated from the Ukraine, said the crisis in Crimea is more complex than it appears. In a lecture hosted by politcal science and public policy professors Petra Hejnova, Ben Taylor and Robert Bence,...

    Panel unravels issues in Crimea

    By Alexander Moore   Robin Picard, a community development volunter with the Peace Corps who was recently evacuated from the Ukraine, said the crisis in Crimea is more complex than it appears. In a lecture hosted by politcal science and public policy professors Petra Hejnova, Ben Taylor and Robert Bence,…

  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Shaleen Title, Esq., an activist to end the war on drugs, spoke on Thursday, March 27 as a guest of the Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) in the Feigenbaum Science Center lecture hall. Title served as a consultant and spokesperson for the Colorado Campaign to...

    SSDP presents: Winning the war on drugs

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney   Shaleen Title, Esq., an activist to end the war on drugs, spoke on Thursday, March 27 as a guest of the Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) in the Feigenbaum Science Center lecture hall. Title served as a consultant and spokesperson for the Colorado Campaign to…

  • By Gabriel Kogel   Retrieving payloads with a robot arm while hurtling around the globe at 17,500 miles per hour demands many skills, being able to play “Big Yellow Taxi” is not one of them. But on Thursday, Astronauts Catherine “Cady” Coleman and Daniel Burbank showed that science and artistic...

    NASA Astronauts Perform at “STEAM: A Space Odyssey”

    By Gabriel Kogel   Retrieving payloads with a robot arm while hurtling around the globe at 17,500 miles per hour demands many skills, being able to play “Big Yellow Taxi” is not one of them. But on Thursday, Astronauts Catherine “Cady” Coleman and Daniel Burbank showed that science and artistic…

  • By Jenna O’Connor  Business In and With China Supervised by Education Professor Daniel (Dana) Rapp, eight students embarked on a journey well over 14 hours to China to visit the cities of Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai. Throughout the course of this trip, the students were exposed to the Forbidden City,...

    Travel Courses: Around the world in 7 days

    By Jenna O’Connor  Business In and With China Supervised by Education Professor Daniel (Dana) Rapp, eight students embarked on a journey well over 14 hours to China to visit the cities of Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai. Throughout the course of this trip, the students were exposed to the Forbidden City,…

  • By Jenna O’Connor   On Saturday night, the Student Activities Council (SAC) hosted a release party to announce the anticipated name of the band to perform on April 21: Reel Big Fish. “Reel Big Fish was one of the legions of Southern California ska-punk bands to edge into the mainstream...

    SAC announces “Reel Big Fish” for spring concert

    By Jenna O’Connor   On Saturday night, the Student Activities Council (SAC) hosted a release party to announce the anticipated name of the band to perform on April 21: Reel Big Fish. “Reel Big Fish was one of the legions of Southern California ska-punk bands to edge into the mainstream…

  • By Raanan Sarid-Segal “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” opens tonight at Mill City Productions in Heritage State Park, next to the Freight Yard Pub. “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” is one of William Shakespeare’s least discussed plays, and much of the conversation about the play itself centers on the question of whether...

    Yorick’s “Pericles” sails off to Mill City Productions this weekend

    By Raanan Sarid-Segal “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” opens tonight at Mill City Productions in Heritage State Park, next to the Freight Yard Pub. “Pericles, Prince of Tyre” is one of William Shakespeare’s least discussed plays, and much of the conversation about the play itself centers on the question of whether…

  • Review by Rachel Fitterman Dance Company brought wisdom and action to its annual spring performance at Mass MoCA on March 28 and 29. The show featured story-based dances, like Lily Urquhart’s “All the Angels and Saints,” a piece that depicted a royal family attacked by a rebel army. Dancers fought...

    Dance Co. exhibits sophisticated variety

    Review by Rachel Fitterman Dance Company brought wisdom and action to its annual spring performance at Mass MoCA on March 28 and 29. The show featured story-based dances, like Lily Urquhart’s “All the Angels and Saints,” a piece that depicted a royal family attacked by a rebel army. Dancers fought…

  • By Shannen Adamites   It can be argued that any form of art, from composition, to creative writing to performance, is not completley finished, even after the work has been published, debuted, or exhibited. There is always room for improvement, even when the artist or mentor deems it worthy of...

    In the defense of art criticism…

    By Shannen Adamites   It can be argued that any form of art, from composition, to creative writing to performance, is not completley finished, even after the work has been published, debuted, or exhibited. There is always room for improvement, even when the artist or mentor deems it worthy of…

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    Photos: Deval Patrick MCLA Visit

    Photos by Amy Modesti

  • By Nicholas Swanson   President Mary Grant led the first of three campus conversations happening this semester steering the discussion on: The Changing Nature of Higher Education. Grant opened the topic on Monday by giving a big picture point-of-view explaining attention given to education by today’s leaders. Others were then...

    Campus conversation discusses changes in higher education

    By Nicholas Swanson   President Mary Grant led the first of three campus conversations happening this semester steering the discussion on: The Changing Nature of Higher Education. Grant opened the topic on Monday by giving a big picture point-of-view explaining attention given to education by today’s leaders. Others were then…

  • Photos by Jess Gamari

    Photos: Florida Mountain Temporary Cell Tower

    Photos by Jess Gamari

  • Photos by Richard LaRocque

    Photos: Relay for Life

    Photos by Richard LaRocque

  • Photos: Science Center Vandalism

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