On rape culture at Springfield College: We are not immune

The writer of this column, a Springfield College student, chose to remain anonymous.   An oasis of manicured green grass, stately brick buildings. Student leaders smiling, all day, every day because everything is fine. Everyone you meet is polite and holds the door for the next person. A safe haven free of conflict, a bubble … Continue reading On rape culture at Springfield College: We are not immune

Pride Women’s sports teams and President Cooper host National Girls and Women in Sports Day

By Gabby Guerard Staff Writer The combination of over 100 girls from the Springfield community, four women’s sports teams, and the one and only President Mary-Beth Cooper created an empowering morning, loaded with competition, sports, and plenty of girl power.  They all united in the field house Saturday, when Springfield College hosted the annual National … Continue reading Pride Women’s sports teams and President Cooper host National Girls and Women in Sports Day

Springfield women’s basketball falls in NEWMAC quarter-finals to Clark, 65-54

By Gabby Guerard Staff Writer With 18 seconds remaining in the game, seniors Ava Adamopoulos, Molly McCausland, Danielle Racette, and Lexi Windwer exited the court for the last time, embracing in an emotional group hug at the end of the bench.  The senior class of 2016 took the court of Blake Arena for one final … Continue reading Springfield women’s basketball falls in NEWMAC quarter-finals to Clark, 65-54

Pride rally to beat Wheaton in NEWMAC quarter-finals, 85-82 in overtime

By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor With six seconds left in regulation, the Pride trailed by two points. Wheaton College’s Christian Simpson had just missed a free throw off the right side of the rim when freshman Jake Ross rose up and corralled the rebound. From the moment Ross grabbed the ball everyone in Blake … Continue reading Pride rally to beat Wheaton in NEWMAC quarter-finals, 85-82 in overtime