Students celebrate Sti-Yu-Ka by smashing car with a sledgehammer

Greg Allen Editor-in-Chief If you went into work as a waiter at Applebee’s and told your boss that your college put an old, tireless, ready-to-be-dumped Nissan on a tarp outside of a dorm building and let students swing away with a sledge hammer, your boss would probably be quite confused.    But hey, welcome to Springfield … Continue reading Students celebrate Sti-Yu-Ka by smashing car with a sledgehammer

Guyer Named Springfield College 2017-18 Professor of Humanics

Gianna DiPasquale Staff Writer     The multiple standing ovations by Springfield College for the Distinguished Professors of Humanics, both past, present, and future, could not have been any more heartfelt on Tuesday, April 18.  The annual Humanics lecture took place in Fuller Arts Center’s Appleton Auditorium at 4 p.m. Former Distinguished Professors of Humanics … Continue reading Guyer Named Springfield College 2017-18 Professor of Humanics

Kramer Bows Out Of Country Fest, Swon Brothers Join Bryant and Hish as New Performer

Vin Gallo Deputy Sports Editor     After what many students considered a controversial decision to make the annual spring concert a country concert, there has been a slight change to the lineup. The upcoming spring concert that is set to be held this Saturday has undergone a change in performers. The Swon Brothers have … Continue reading Kramer Bows Out Of Country Fest, Swon Brothers Join Bryant and Hish as New Performer

Springfield College men’s lacrosse loses its first NEWMAC conference game of the season to Coast Guard, 9-8

Gage Nutter @GageNutter When Springfield men’s lacrosse scores, they do it in waves. One goal turns into two goals which turns into five goals. Then before the other team knows it, they are in a deep hole. The Pride had moments in their game with Coast Guard on Wednesday night where it seemed like the … Continue reading Springfield College men’s lacrosse loses its first NEWMAC conference game of the season to Coast Guard, 9-8