Kathleen Morris In a mere two weeks it seems as though the whole world has witnessed the fall of one of Hollywood’s top media moguls: film producer and studio executive Harvey Weinstein. His name has been spread across newspapers, websites, and the news channels, due to a massive number of disturbing allegations made against him by women in the entertainment industry. The allegations against Weinstein … Continue reading An ugly start to a much-needed conversation
Gabby Guerard @gabbyguerard As students walked into the Harold C. Smith Learning Commons seeking a quiet study environment during the beginning of the fall semester, they were welcomed by the high pitched tone of drilling and grinding metal. Staring face to face with grey dividers, students were met with the words, “Construction in progress.” Despite the grand opening of the new Learning Commons, the facility … Continue reading Construction on Harold C. Smith Learning Commons set to conclude
Christian Ginisi @Ginisi_3 On a crisp, fall day if one was to look into the sky above Stagg Field they’d see a football flipping through the air. During a blossoming spring afternoon, you might see a javelin soaring through the sky. Both become a reality when talking about one person. Battling a life of a diabetic, senior Whit DeVaux has become a rare, talented two-sport … Continue reading Multi-sport star Whit DeVaux has thrived through adversity
Jack Margaros @JackMargaros Springfield field hockey used a four goal first half to defeat the Clark Cougars in a very important NEWMAC conference matchup at Stagg Field Tuesday evening. Senior leaders Ann Mahoney and Maggie Kennedy both had huge games. Mahoney had one goal and two assists and Kennedy had two goals coming off the bench. Although Kennedy has statistically carried the team, she has … Continue reading Springfield College field hockey holds off Clark for a 4-2 win.
Helen Lucas @_helenlucas It all came down to the fifth set. Babson and Springfield were tied up at eight apiece. After the Beavers took a one point lead the Pride called a timeout. Coming out of the timeout Babson scored another two points to give them an 11-8 lead, forcing Springfield to call another timeout. Coming out of this timeout, the energy in Blake Arena … Continue reading Springfield College women’s volleyball falls to Babson, 3-2