John Legend and Childish Gambino Cap Off 2016 With Album Masterpieces

Shawn McFarland and Jill Campbell Editorial Staff LEGEND QUIETLY SHINES WITH DARKNESS AND LIGHT In an age where every artist is competing for headlines, retweets, shares and online notoriety, John Legend is a social enigma. He’s a silent giant on the social media sphere - despite being married to social media superstar Chrissy Teigen. His … Continue reading John Legend and Childish Gambino Cap Off 2016 With Album Masterpieces

From the Armory to Blake Arena: 125 years of basketball at Springfield College to be celebrated on December 10th

Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor It has been 125 years since Dr. James Naismith climbed a ladder and nailed the first peach basket on a wall inside the Armory Street court in Springfield, Mass., and that is cause for celebration. On Dec. 10, Alumni Relations will be sponsoring an event that includes a three point … Continue reading From the Armory to Blake Arena: 125 years of basketball at Springfield College to be celebrated on December 10th

Men and women’s swimming and diving compete at Ithaca College

Helen Lucas Staff Writer The men and women’s swimming and diving team competed in their longest meet so far this season at Ithaca College. For the freshman swimmers, this was their first big collegiate meet. Danielle Hoffner said, “Competing in Ithaca was an amazing experience. I got to meet and race so many talented people … Continue reading Men and women’s swimming and diving compete at Ithaca College

Jody Weber Dance, Springfield College Repertory Dance Company Tells Stories Through Dance

Ali Izzi Deputy News Editor Under the stage lights, dancers smile with pointed toes and delicate fingers, with elongated arabesques and graceful pliés. The audience sees these talented performers and their choreography simply as that - a dance. But if one was to take just a little closer of a look, they might find that, … Continue reading Jody Weber Dance, Springfield College Repertory Dance Company Tells Stories Through Dance

Springfield College students are starting to feel the pressure of Finals Week

Kevin Gaiss Staff Writer Its officially that time of year again. The Christmas lights are up and there is snow in the forecast with temperatures not climbing above 40 degrees. Everyone knows what that means: stress and anxiety are in the air, folks. That’s right - for college students, the cold weather and holiday decorations … Continue reading Springfield College students are starting to feel the pressure of Finals Week