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  • Construction has begun for the new facilities building and parking space on Ashland Street, which will be up and running in March. The steel-clad, 11,500-square foot building will contain a large break room, a conference room, a carpenter’s shop, a painter’s shop, an electrician’s shop, and 1,100-square foot offices. According...

    Facilities Underway

    Construction has begun for the new facilities building and parking space on Ashland Street, which will be up and running in March. The steel-clad, 11,500-square foot building will contain a large break room, a conference room, a carpenter’s shop, a painter’s shop, an electrician’s shop, and 1,100-square foot offices. According…

  • SGA elections will be held Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the campus center. There will be elections for five senators at large, the senate athlete seat, the class of 2015 secretary, the class of 2016 secretary, as well as president, vice president, treasurer,...

    Elections held next week

    SGA elections will be held Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the campus center. There will be elections for five senators at large, the senate athlete seat, the class of 2015 secretary, the class of 2016 secretary, as well as president, vice president, treasurer,…

  • by Gabriel Kogel   For an assessment that happens only once a decade, nine representatives from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) will visit the college on Nov. 3. “This is the big one, full court press,” Cynthia Brown, vice president of Academic Affairs, said. Although being...

    Self-study concludes

    by Gabriel Kogel   For an assessment that happens only once a decade, nine representatives from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) will visit the college on Nov. 3. “This is the big one, full court press,” Cynthia Brown, vice president of Academic Affairs, said. Although being…

  • NORTH ADAMS. — Giant hawks and doves will “soar” through Main Street at the DownStreet Art event, tonight from 5-8 p.m. DownStreet Art is a project of MCLA’s Berkshire Culture Resource Center, partnering with the City of North Adams, Develop North Adams, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Orbit Visual Graphic...

    DownStreet Art features puppets, performance

    NORTH ADAMS. — Giant hawks and doves will “soar” through Main Street at the DownStreet Art event, tonight from 5-8 p.m. DownStreet Art is a project of MCLA’s Berkshire Culture Resource Center, partnering with the City of North Adams, Develop North Adams, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Orbit Visual Graphic…

  • A Florida group, the Armed Citizen Project, is looking to hand out free shotguns to citizens in neighborhoods with higher crime rates. According to the Associated Press (AP), the group’s president is ensuring that safety measures will be taken when handing out the firearms. “Ron Ritter, president of the Armed...

    Free Guns!

    A Florida group, the Armed Citizen Project, is looking to hand out free shotguns to citizens in neighborhoods with higher crime rates. According to the Associated Press (AP), the group’s president is ensuring that safety measures will be taken when handing out the firearms. “Ron Ritter, president of the Armed…

  • Campus Comment: Autumn

  • Men’s Golf The golf team competed in the Williams Invitational this past weekend at Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown. MCLA finished 23rd at the close of the two day event. Trailblazer Taylor Dunn performed best for MCLA, finishing with a 78 in the second round, 10 strokes under his first...

    Blazer Wrap-up

    Men’s Golf The golf team competed in the Williams Invitational this past weekend at Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown. MCLA finished 23rd at the close of the two day event. Trailblazer Taylor Dunn performed best for MCLA, finishing with a 78 in the second round, 10 strokes under his first…

  • After coming off an impressive overtime win last Wednesday against Albany Pharmacy, the women’s soccer team came up short this past Saturday against Worcester State, losing 2-1. It was the MASCAC opener for both teams, Worcester heading into the game with a 2-3 overall compared to the Trailblazers’s 3-3. Worcester...

    MASCAC opener loss

    After coming off an impressive overtime win last Wednesday against Albany Pharmacy, the women’s soccer team came up short this past Saturday against Worcester State, losing 2-1. It was the MASCAC opener for both teams, Worcester heading into the game with a 2-3 overall compared to the Trailblazers’s 3-3. Worcester…

  • The Volleyball team went 2-2 this past week. The team played a match Thursday, Sept. 19, two on Saturday, and another single match on Tuesday. After losing to Elms Thursday, Sept. 19, the Trailblazers won two home matches against Bay Path and Curry on Saturday. They beat Curry 3-2, but...

    Volleyball goes 2-2 this week

    The Volleyball team went 2-2 this past week. The team played a match Thursday, Sept. 19, two on Saturday, and another single match on Tuesday. After losing to Elms Thursday, Sept. 19, the Trailblazers won two home matches against Bay Path and Curry on Saturday. They beat Curry 3-2, but…

  • Three weeks deep and Tom Brady is hanging in there. He’s getting older, losing his teammates, but he’s still bringing home the “W.” Currently, the New England Patriots have a comfortable 3-0 record, but comfortable really isn’t the right word for it. After barely beating the infamously lousy Buffalo Bills...

    Don’t blame Tom

    Three weeks deep and Tom Brady is hanging in there. He’s getting older, losing his teammates, but he’s still bringing home the “W.” Currently, the New England Patriots have a comfortable 3-0 record, but comfortable really isn’t the right word for it. After barely beating the infamously lousy Buffalo Bills…

  • The PRESS Gallery will present a new exhibition of work, “Markings,” created by PRESS interns, volunteers and MCLA faculty beginning tonight. An opening reception will be held tonight, at the 49 Main St. gallery, 6-8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. “Markings” features letterpress prints and...

    ‘Markings’ to open at PRESS gallery

    The PRESS Gallery will present a new exhibition of work, “Markings,” created by PRESS interns, volunteers and MCLA faculty beginning tonight. An opening reception will be held tonight, at the 49 Main St. gallery, 6-8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. “Markings” features letterpress prints and…

  • The College announces a book signing in honor of Dr. Lisa Donovan, associate professor of arts management, for her book, “Integrating the Arts across the Content Areas,” will take place tonight at 6:30-7:15 p.m. in the PRESS Gallery, 49 Main St. The event is free and open to the public....

    Prof. to hold booksigning

    The College announces a book signing in honor of Dr. Lisa Donovan, associate professor of arts management, for her book, “Integrating the Arts across the Content Areas,” will take place tonight at 6:30-7:15 p.m. in the PRESS Gallery, 49 Main St. The event is free and open to the public….

  • By Raanan Segal   At the entrance to Gallery 51, the piece “Looking Over Levittown” immediately introduces the dominant aesthetic of Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin’s mixed-media art installation, “A Marriage: 1 (Suburbia).” Images of suburban life, presented in intentionally startling screens and colors, are superimposed with photos and footage...

    ‘A Marriage’ is an interesting journey

    By Raanan Segal   At the entrance to Gallery 51, the piece “Looking Over Levittown” immediately introduces the dominant aesthetic of Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin’s mixed-media art installation, “A Marriage: 1 (Suburbia).” Images of suburban life, presented in intentionally startling screens and colors, are superimposed with photos and footage…

  • by Jess Gamari   With the chilly fall weather upon us, The Parlor Café is back to its normal hours. Since students have returned to the area, the Parlor has made a few improvements to the menu and has added a fall performance lineup. Every Friday at 8 p.m., stop...

    The Parlor Announces Several Fall Shows

    by Jess Gamari   With the chilly fall weather upon us, The Parlor Café is back to its normal hours. Since students have returned to the area, the Parlor has made a few improvements to the menu and has added a fall performance lineup. Every Friday at 8 p.m., stop…

  • By Jesse Collings   The Women’s Tennis team began conference play Saturday with a tough loss at home to visiting Lyndon State, falling 7-2. The Trailblazers fell to 1-6, while Lyndon State improved to 3-3. After being shut-out in three out of their last four matches, the ‘Blazers were able...

    MASCAC play begins

    By Jesse Collings   The Women’s Tennis team began conference play Saturday with a tough loss at home to visiting Lyndon State, falling 7-2. The Trailblazers fell to 1-6, while Lyndon State improved to 3-3. After being shut-out in three out of their last four matches, the ‘Blazers were able…

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