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  • The Society of Music and Chamber Ensemble partnered with MASSPIRG and the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative on Nov. 17 to throw a benefit concert to raise awareness about Hunger and Homelessness Week from Nov. 11 – 17. The concert benefitted the Friendship Center in North Adams, which sold various...

    Raising Hunger and Homelessness awareness through music

    The Society of Music and Chamber Ensemble partnered with MASSPIRG and the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative on Nov. 17 to throw a benefit concert to raise awareness about Hunger and Homelessness Week from Nov. 11 – 17. The concert benefitted the Friendship Center in North Adams, which sold various…

  • Mass MoCA once again brought an original and progressive production with Niicugni (pronounced Nee-coog-ni), an award-winning modern dance and movement project presented on Friday, Nov. 16, in the Hunter Center Auditorium. The show was directed, written and choreographed by Alaska native, Emily Johnson, an artist and director of the dance...

    Fish lanterns and modern dance: Niicugni (Listen) at MoCA

    Mass MoCA once again brought an original and progressive production with Niicugni (pronounced Nee-coog-ni), an award-winning modern dance and movement project presented on Friday, Nov. 16, in the Hunter Center Auditorium. The show was directed, written and choreographed by Alaska native, Emily Johnson, an artist and director of the dance…

  • “It is so boring here,” is a common complaint heard around campus. While North Adams is not a bustling metropolis with a wide variety of things to do, nothing is keeping you here if you choose to study abroad for a semester, or even a year! The College offers a...

    See the world through study abroad!

    “It is so boring here,” is a common complaint heard around campus. While North Adams is not a bustling metropolis with a wide variety of things to do, nothing is keeping you here if you choose to study abroad for a semester, or even a year! The College offers a…

  • The next contribution of MCLA Presents! is “Broadway’s Next H!t Musical,” an improvised musical comedy show that will be performing at the Church Street Center Auditorium on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Jonathan Secor director of Special programs explained that the audience comes up with musical titles. Within minutes, the...

    ‘Broadway’s Next H!t Musical’ comes to MCLA

    The next contribution of MCLA Presents! is “Broadway’s Next H!t Musical,” an improvised musical comedy show that will be performing at the Church Street Center Auditorium on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Jonathan Secor director of Special programs explained that the audience comes up with musical titles. Within minutes, the…

  • The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ Gallery 51 presents “99¢ and Up.” The annual holiday sale event will open up as part of North Adams’ Hometown for the Holidays. A free opening reception will be held on Nov. 29 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Gallery 51 located at...

    Shop Local, Buy Local: 99¢ and Up Art Show Offers Great Deals

    The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ Gallery 51 presents “99¢ and Up.” The annual holiday sale event will open up as part of North Adams’ Hometown for the Holidays. A free opening reception will be held on Nov. 29 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Gallery 51 located at…

  • The progress of the Center for Science and Innovation October 2011 to Present Day

    The progress of the Center for Science and Innovation

    The progress of the Center for Science and Innovation October 2011 to Present Day

  • Two Environmental Studies students located high levels of E. Coli in the Hoosac River and its connecting tributaries as part of an ongoing research project. Juniors Richard Doucette and Felipe Avila sampled over 80 sites along the river and its connecting streams throughout the summer to locate the source of...

    Students uncover E.Coli in Hoosic River

    Two Environmental Studies students located high levels of E. Coli in the Hoosac River and its connecting tributaries as part of an ongoing research project. Juniors Richard Doucette and Felipe Avila sampled over 80 sites along the river and its connecting streams throughout the summer to locate the source of…

  • The College has entered the final year of preparation for a visit from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) next year. According to Cynthia Brown, vice president of Academic Affairs, the in-depth look at the College’s performance is at least a two-year long process. “It takes 18...

    College’s self-study underway for re-accdreditation

    The College has entered the final year of preparation for a visit from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) next year. According to Cynthia Brown, vice president of Academic Affairs, the in-depth look at the College’s performance is at least a two-year long process. “It takes 18…

  • Clubs are having difficulties renting school vans for trips. According to Public Safety, only two vans can be rented out at a time. This causes problems for clubs like the Allegrettos, a club composed of 50 students. Safety issues, travel times, and availability of van drivers are factors in deciding...

    Clubs seek more van options for transportation

    Clubs are having difficulties renting school vans for trips. According to Public Safety, only two vans can be rented out at a time. This causes problems for clubs like the Allegrettos, a club composed of 50 students. Safety issues, travel times, and availability of van drivers are factors in deciding…

  • Former Maine Senator George Mitchell addressed the North Adams and MCLA communities emphasizing on the number of important issues ranging from international conflicts in foreign countries to the importance of democracy, Thursday, Nov. 8. Mitchell was quick to say how important peace and democracy in other countries is, as he...

    Former Senator talks foreign relations, democracy

    Former Maine Senator George Mitchell addressed the North Adams and MCLA communities emphasizing on the number of important issues ranging from international conflicts in foreign countries to the importance of democracy, Thursday, Nov. 8. Mitchell was quick to say how important peace and democracy in other countries is, as he…

  • Pilot term three ends without crashing. The College’s bike share program will likely return in the spring, according to Jason Brown, coordinator of the bike share program. “We pitched this program to different departments and organizations,” Brown said. Dean of Students Charlotte Degen, the Outdoors club, the Environuts, Gallery 51,...

    Bike share program likely to continue into spring

    Pilot term three ends without crashing. The College’s bike share program will likely return in the spring, according to Jason Brown, coordinator of the bike share program. “We pitched this program to different departments and organizations,” Brown said. Dean of Students Charlotte Degen, the Outdoors club, the Environuts, Gallery 51,…

  • Students and families gathered to watch Yorick’s “Night of Scenes: A Night of Shakespearean Mishaps” in Church Street Center last Friday and Saturday night. “It’s a collection of Shakespearean scenes themed around the idea of mishaps, with scenes from “Twelfth Night”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, “Cymbeline”, “Merry Wives of Windsor”,...

    Yorick brings Shakespeare to life at Night of Scenes

    Students and families gathered to watch Yorick’s “Night of Scenes: A Night of Shakespearean Mishaps” in Church Street Center last Friday and Saturday night. “It’s a collection of Shakespearean scenes themed around the idea of mishaps, with scenes from “Twelfth Night”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, “Cymbeline”, “Merry Wives of Windsor”,…

  • Spring is a very exciting time at the College: warm weather, sunshine, and the highly anticipated Student Activities Council (SAC) spring concert. The concert is a part of SAC’s annual “Spring Fling Week.” Much like “Freak Week,” with events like a trip to a haunted Jiminy Peak, scary movies in...

    SAC discusses process of choosing the spring concert

    Spring is a very exciting time at the College: warm weather, sunshine, and the highly anticipated Student Activities Council (SAC) spring concert. The concert is a part of SAC’s annual “Spring Fling Week.” Much like “Freak Week,” with events like a trip to a haunted Jiminy Peak, scary movies in…

  • A crowd of readers and art viewers gathered to discuss Italo Calvino’s book “Invisible Cities” and MassMoCA’s exhibition in its first official book club meeting on Thursday, Nov. 8. “Cities have always been a vehicle for people’s ideas and explorations,” Susan Cross, curator of the exhibit, said to the 30...

    Inspiration for Invisible Cities exhibit at MoCA

    A crowd of readers and art viewers gathered to discuss Italo Calvino’s book “Invisible Cities” and MassMoCA’s exhibition in its first official book club meeting on Thursday, Nov. 8. “Cities have always been a vehicle for people’s ideas and explorations,” Susan Cross, curator of the exhibit, said to the 30…

  • Since winter 2009, the Allegrettos have been taking the stage from the very beginning with their soulful and inspiring acapellas and gospel music. Originally known as the Hoosings, singing carols around the holidays, the Allegrettos grew from a few founding members to almost 60 members today. During that winter, senior...

    The Allegrettos continue to grow

    Since winter 2009, the Allegrettos have been taking the stage from the very beginning with their soulful and inspiring acapellas and gospel music. Originally known as the Hoosings, singing carols around the holidays, the Allegrettos grew from a few founding members to almost 60 members today. During that winter, senior…

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