Springfield College celebrates 125 years of basketball

By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor The men's and women's basketball teams split their decisions on Saturday. The men's team lost to a supremely talented Williams College team,  87-69. The women's team narrowly escaped the clutches of defeat by beating Worcester State in overtime, 49-43. Aside from a basketball doubleheader, there was a lot of … Continue reading Springfield College celebrates 125 years of basketball

To get to the other side… potential safety hazard?

By Vin Gallo Springfield College has not looked the same without Babson Library standing high and mighty alongside its cross-road counterpart Flynn Campus Union. The mecca of finals studying for students has been on hiatus throughout the year, as it is currently hibernating behind a fence and a half maroon half white tarp displaying the … Continue reading To get to the other side… potential safety hazard?

SC is where her heart is: Chelsea Lindblad’s short but remarkable journey to Alden Street

By Gabby Guerard   On the surface, Chelsea Lindblad appears to be an ordinary Springfield College freshman.  Walking from class to class she tucks her neck into a turquoise scarf, to hide from the cold, bitter air howling across campus.  She walks into class with her backpack and selects a seat, stirring up a casual … Continue reading SC is where her heart is: Chelsea Lindblad’s short but remarkable journey to Alden Street

Springfield men’s basketball knocks off nation’s No. 1 Amherst 71-70

By Gage Nutter There is just something about the town of Amherst, Mass. for Springfield College men’s basketball. Springfield's most historic win up until Wednesday night was undoubtedly their one-point victory over Julius “Dr. J” Erving and his UMass Redmen back on Feb. 16th 1971. The Pride’s 71-70 win on Wednesday night against No. 1 … Continue reading Springfield men’s basketball knocks off nation’s No. 1 Amherst 71-70