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  • Fat kids, skinny kids, kids who climb on rocks, all kind of kids like to go out to recess and play. The brief 30 minutes of football, baseball, or whatever sport they like most is the best part of the day for most kids. But some schools want to take...

    The balls are gone

    Fat kids, skinny kids, kids who climb on rocks, all kind of kids like to go out to recess and play. The brief 30 minutes of football, baseball, or whatever sport they like most is the best part of the day for most kids. But some schools want to take…

  • By Jesse Collings   The Volleyball team had a very busy week, competing in six matches, including the Cazenovia Dig Pink Tournament. The heavy schedule weighed on the players; the team dropped four out of the six matches. Volleyball is now 9-12 on the season. The team began the week...

    Volleyball stays busy at Dig Pink

    By Jesse Collings   The Volleyball team had a very busy week, competing in six matches, including the Cazenovia Dig Pink Tournament. The heavy schedule weighed on the players; the team dropped four out of the six matches. Volleyball is now 9-12 on the season. The team began the week…

  • The MCLA Men and Women’s Cross Country team’s competed at the James Early invitational held at Westfield State University on Saturday.  The Trailblazers finished 33rd overall.  Williams College won top team honor. Martha Pratt set the pace for the Trailblazers. She was followed across the line by Monica Conlin and...

    XC competes at James Early Invitational

    The MCLA Men and Women’s Cross Country team’s competed at the James Early invitational held at Westfield State University on Saturday.  The Trailblazers finished 33rd overall.  Williams College won top team honor. Martha Pratt set the pace for the Trailblazers. She was followed across the line by Monica Conlin and…

  • By Kaleigh Anderson   The MCLA women’s basketball team battled their way into first place while participating in the World Marathon Challenge hosted by the Save the Children foundation late last week. The World Marathon challenge is simple ; People from all around the world come together throughout the month...

    Blazers Save the Children

    By Kaleigh Anderson   The MCLA women’s basketball team battled their way into first place while participating in the World Marathon Challenge hosted by the Save the Children foundation late last week. The World Marathon challenge is simple ; People from all around the world come together throughout the month…

  • The Trailblazers suffer another tough loss on Saturday, this time to Framingham, 1-0. The result brings another loss to their MASCAC record, now at 0-3-1. It is also the second week in a row they have gone to double overtime without a win. Framingham junior Mark Bamford converted a free...

    Men’s Soccer struggles in MASCAC

    The Trailblazers suffer another tough loss on Saturday, this time to Framingham, 1-0. The result brings another loss to their MASCAC record, now at 0-3-1. It is also the second week in a row they have gone to double overtime without a win. Framingham junior Mark Bamford converted a free…

  • It has been tough for the Women’s Soccer team in league play, losing to Framingham State this past Saturday, 4-1. The Trailblazers did not play their best on Saturday, letting the Rams come up big on their home field.  Throughout the first half, both teams were fast-paced combining for 18...

    Women drop to Framingham

    It has been tough for the Women’s Soccer team in league play, losing to Framingham State this past Saturday, 4-1. The Trailblazers did not play their best on Saturday, letting the Rams come up big on their home field.  Throughout the first half, both teams were fast-paced combining for 18…

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  • By Michael Dahlroth   What if MCLA created an internship, required for graduation, which obligated students to aid in the construction of the Center for Science? According to ABC News, the Xi’an Institute of Technology (XIT) in China is doing just that – but instead of working in construction, college...

    Lack of education in forced internship

    By Michael Dahlroth   What if MCLA created an internship, required for graduation, which obligated students to aid in the construction of the Center for Science? According to ABC News, the Xi’an Institute of Technology (XIT) in China is doing just that – but instead of working in construction, college…

  • Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 SGA fall elections: Senate at Large: Jennifer-Jean Baptiste Samantha Beaton Nicholas Hernigle Cale Hough Lanette Simmons Athlete Seat: Anthony Cancilla Class of 2017 Senate Representative: Bridget Forson Class of 2015: Secretary: Rhea Werner Class of 2016 Secretary: Nicholas Hernigle Class of 2017 President:...

    2013 SGA Fall Elections Results

    Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 SGA fall elections: Senate at Large: Jennifer-Jean Baptiste Samantha Beaton Nicholas Hernigle Cale Hough Lanette Simmons Athlete Seat: Anthony Cancilla Class of 2017 Senate Representative: Bridget Forson Class of 2015: Secretary: Rhea Werner Class of 2016 Secretary: Nicholas Hernigle Class of 2017 President:…

  • By Gabriel Kogel and Nick Swanson   An overcast sky sent the ribbon cutting ceremony indoors, where President Mary Grant revealed the name of the Feigenbaum Center for Science and Innovation and announced a $5 million gift to the College’s “Sowing Seeds for Success: The MCLA Campaign for the Future.”...

    Center for Science named in honor of donor

    By Gabriel Kogel and Nick Swanson   An overcast sky sent the ribbon cutting ceremony indoors, where President Mary Grant revealed the name of the Feigenbaum Center for Science and Innovation and announced a $5 million gift to the College’s “Sowing Seeds for Success: The MCLA Campaign for the Future.”…

  • By Gabriel Kogel   Jeff Corwin, an environmental journalist and Emmy Award-winning host and producer of numerous TV programs, will present “100 Heartbeats: A Global Movement” at the Church Street Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday Oct. 16. The event is free and open to the public. Corwin, who has...

    ‘100 Heartbeats’

    By Gabriel Kogel   Jeff Corwin, an environmental journalist and Emmy Award-winning host and producer of numerous TV programs, will present “100 Heartbeats: A Global Movement” at the Church Street Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday Oct. 16. The event is free and open to the public. Corwin, who has…

  • Alumni Jordan Cohen, Alyson Carey, Kayla Hollins, and Dayne Wahl are all giving back to the College, acquiring on and off –campus jobs just shortly after graduating.             Alyson Carey Carey graduated in 2013 with a Pre-medical biology degree and a minor in psychology. After graduating, she applied for a...

    Grads giving back

    Alumni Jordan Cohen, Alyson Carey, Kayla Hollins, and Dayne Wahl are all giving back to the College, acquiring on and off –campus jobs just shortly after graduating.             Alyson Carey Carey graduated in 2013 with a Pre-medical biology degree and a minor in psychology. After graduating, she applied for a…

  • •SGA President Jake Powers announced that he met with Charlotte Degan last week, looking into the investment of purchasing a new van. The cost would be roughly $30,000.   •Powers noted that the original plan for online SGA elections did not pan out, due to technical difficulties. He did note...

    SGA Update

    •SGA President Jake Powers announced that he met with Charlotte Degan last week, looking into the investment of purchasing a new van. The cost would be roughly $30,000.   •Powers noted that the original plan for online SGA elections did not pan out, due to technical difficulties. He did note…

  • The MCLA Freel Library has extended its research database system with the addition of the new JSTOR Database. JSTOR, short for journal storage, is an online archive that currently contains texts ranging back to the 1800s and more than 2000 different full-text academic journals, according to Maureen Horak, associate dean...

    Research database extended

    The MCLA Freel Library has extended its research database system with the addition of the new JSTOR Database. JSTOR, short for journal storage, is an online archive that currently contains texts ranging back to the 1800s and more than 2000 different full-text academic journals, according to Maureen Horak, associate dean…

  • The Feignbaum Foundation donated $5 million to the College’s endowment and a $20,000 annual scholarship that were revealed during the ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 4. “Within the next 3 to 4 weeks a contract will be developed with the criteria it takes to earn the scholarship,” President of Advancement...

    Donation, largest in College’s history, could also be the largest gift in the state’s history

    The Feignbaum Foundation donated $5 million to the College’s endowment and a $20,000 annual scholarship that were revealed during the ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 4. “Within the next 3 to 4 weeks a contract will be developed with the criteria it takes to earn the scholarship,” President of Advancement…

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