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  • By Jesse Collings The Bridgewater State University Men’s Soccer team scored three first half goals on the way to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Trailblazers in the semifinals of the MASCAC Tournament. Andrew Chenard, Jonathan Pires, and Justin Kachadoorian each scored first half goals for the Bears. Chenard started...

    Men’s Soccer Loses in Semifinals

    By Jesse Collings The Bridgewater State University Men’s Soccer team scored three first half goals on the way to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Trailblazers in the semifinals of the MASCAC Tournament. Andrew Chenard, Jonathan Pires, and Justin Kachadoorian each scored first half goals for the Bears. Chenard started…

  • By Holly Johnston Icelandic Fashion Majority of Iceland “Airwaver’s” looked as if they had their outfits planned all year for the event. Don’t be fooled. Icelanders seem to be born with unique fashion sense. Take a look at Bjork. A must have during fall/winter in Iceland is a fur coat...

    Icelandic Fashion & Food

    By Holly Johnston Icelandic Fashion Majority of Iceland “Airwaver’s” looked as if they had their outfits planned all year for the event. Don’t be fooled. Icelanders seem to be born with unique fashion sense. Take a look at Bjork. A must have during fall/winter in Iceland is a fur coat…

  • By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney “Every cup of coffee is everything that is going wrong with globalization,” said Dean’s Beans founder Dean Cycon. “We’re so disconnected from the middle man, yet all connected, profoundly.” Cycon expressed the importance of the environment and interconnectivity between countries and companies at the Elizabeth and Lawrence...

    Cycon Works With Coffee Farmers and Improves their Communities

    By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney “Every cup of coffee is everything that is going wrong with globalization,” said Dean’s Beans founder Dean Cycon. “We’re so disconnected from the middle man, yet all connected, profoundly.” Cycon expressed the importance of the environment and interconnectivity between countries and companies at the Elizabeth and Lawrence…

  • Mary K. Grant, 11th president and college alumna, was elected chancellor of the University of North Carolina in August and will spend her last day on campus Nov. 19.  Grant is the first alumna of the college to serve as its president and has made many accomplishments during her time...

    Farewell to President Grant

    Mary K. Grant, 11th president and college alumna, was elected chancellor of the University of North Carolina in August and will spend her last day on campus Nov. 19.  Grant is the first alumna of the college to serve as its president and has made many accomplishments during her time…

  • By Nick Swanson The Student Government Association (SGA) approved the supplemental budget request from Students Taking Action for Gender Equality (STAGE) for their first leadership auction. The $275 from the supplemental budget is to fund a selection of food for the event, which will be a black and white tie...

    SGA Funds STAGE Auction

    By Nick Swanson The Student Government Association (SGA) approved the supplemental budget request from Students Taking Action for Gender Equality (STAGE) for their first leadership auction. The $275 from the supplemental budget is to fund a selection of food for the event, which will be a black and white tie…

  • By Rachel Fitterman Acclaimed poet and Polish translator Ewa Chrusciel will hold a reading on Monday, Nov. 17, sponsored by the English/Communications department. Chrusciel, who has written both in English and Polish and translated the works of Jack London and Joseph Conrad, will read and discuss her work at 7...

    Polish Poet and Translator to Read

    By Rachel Fitterman Acclaimed poet and Polish translator Ewa Chrusciel will hold a reading on Monday, Nov. 17, sponsored by the English/Communications department. Chrusciel, who has written both in English and Polish and translated the works of Jack London and Joseph Conrad, will read and discuss her work at 7…

  • By Nick Swanson Tonight, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will present the Michael S. and Kitty Dukakis Public Policy Lecture at 7 p.m. The event will take place in the Church Street Center auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public. “Jose Antonio Vargas is both compassionate and...

    Vargas Expected to Spark Activism on Immigration in Policy Lecture

    By Nick Swanson Tonight, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will present the Michael S. and Kitty Dukakis Public Policy Lecture at 7 p.m. The event will take place in the Church Street Center auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public. “Jose Antonio Vargas is both compassionate and…

  • By Isabel McKenzie Today, the Flagg Townhouse Advisory board will promote acts of kindness across campus with their “Do it for the Kind” event. Do-gooders will film themselves participating in acts of kindness and post it on the popular video app Vine. The idea for the event came during an...

    Townhouse Creates Kindness Movement

    By Isabel McKenzie Today, the Flagg Townhouse Advisory board will promote acts of kindness across campus with their “Do it for the Kind” event. Do-gooders will film themselves participating in acts of kindness and post it on the popular video app Vine. The idea for the event came during an…

  • By Juanita Doss Sophomore Emily Meidenbauer fell in love with writing when she was handed a composition notebook in third grade. She wrote for thirty minutes to an hour daily and from that, Meidenbauer knew she wanted to be a writer. Five years ago she looked for a way to...

    Student Writers Race to Complete Novels

    By Juanita Doss Sophomore Emily Meidenbauer fell in love with writing when she was handed a composition notebook in third grade. She wrote for thirty minutes to an hour daily and from that, Meidenbauer knew she wanted to be a writer. Five years ago she looked for a way to…

  • By Idalis Foster The annual winter parking ban is back in effect, having begun on November 1st and remaining until April 30th at the latest. With this ban, parking overnight is going to be a difficult task for visitors of North Adams. Since the Berkshire area tends to get heavy...

    Overnight Parking Ban Takes Effect

    By Idalis Foster The annual winter parking ban is back in effect, having begun on November 1st and remaining until April 30th at the latest. With this ban, parking overnight is going to be a difficult task for visitors of North Adams. Since the Berkshire area tends to get heavy…

  • By Tyler Bacon 1. Mississippi State Bulldogs (9-0, 5-0 SEC) Mississippi State cruised to its 12th straight victory, gaining 520 yards in its final tune up before visiting Alabama on Saturday with first place in the SEC West and playoff positioning on the line. Ashton Shumpert and Brandon Holloway added...

    Undefeated Bulldogs Still Atop CFB Rankings

    By Tyler Bacon 1. Mississippi State Bulldogs (9-0, 5-0 SEC) Mississippi State cruised to its 12th straight victory, gaining 520 yards in its final tune up before visiting Alabama on Saturday with first place in the SEC West and playoff positioning on the line. Ashton Shumpert and Brandon Holloway added…

  • By Jesse Collings After a difficult campaign last season, the Women’s basketball team will look to rebound this season, building on a foundation comprised of underclassmen. The team will feature six freshmen and six sophomores as the Trailblazers look to gain valuable experience playing in MASCAC this season. Last season...

    Women Look to Build On Talented, Young Lineup

    By Jesse Collings After a difficult campaign last season, the Women’s basketball team will look to rebound this season, building on a foundation comprised of underclassmen. The team will feature six freshmen and six sophomores as the Trailblazers look to gain valuable experience playing in MASCAC this season. Last season…

  • By Jesse Collings For a while, the odds of multiple superstars teaming up to play on the same team was an idea of the past. Legendary teams like the Celtics, Lakers and 76ers had built teams with several Hall of Fame players aboard, but that was so long ago, before...

    The Basketball Arm’s Race

    By Jesse Collings For a while, the odds of multiple superstars teaming up to play on the same team was an idea of the past. Legendary teams like the Celtics, Lakers and 76ers had built teams with several Hall of Fame players aboard, but that was so long ago, before…

  • By Tyler Bacon The Bridgewater State University Men’s Soccer team scored three first half goals on the way to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Trailblazers in the semifinals of the MASCAC Tournament. Andrew Chenard, Jonathan Pires, and Justin Kachadoorian each scored first half goals for the Bears. Chenard started...

    Men’s Soccer Falls to Bears in MASCAC Playoffs, 4-1

    By Tyler Bacon The Bridgewater State University Men’s Soccer team scored three first half goals on the way to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Trailblazers in the semifinals of the MASCAC Tournament. Andrew Chenard, Jonathan Pires, and Justin Kachadoorian each scored first half goals for the Bears. Chenard started…

  • By Jesse Collings The Men’s basketball team will begin its season on Saturday when they host the University of Maine-Fort Kent at 1 p.m., in the Campus Center Gymnasium. The team will look to rebound after a disappointing 2013-2014 campaign. After being picked to win the MASCAC in the pre-season...

    Men’s Basketball Set for a Rebound

    By Jesse Collings The Men’s basketball team will begin its season on Saturday when they host the University of Maine-Fort Kent at 1 p.m., in the Campus Center Gymnasium. The team will look to rebound after a disappointing 2013-2014 campaign. After being picked to win the MASCAC in the pre-season…

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