Matthew A. Harris Staff Writer Sports are a great thing. It teaches one teamwork from a very young age. It shows us diversity within a community. It teaches us how to cope with losing and winning, and helps us mature. When we think of sports, when we close our eyes and picture a certain sport … Continue reading The diversity of foot-ware in sports
Ben Diamond Social Media Editor Rarely can you find a silver lining in a tornado. But amid the destruction of the 2011 tornado that swept through Springfield, one thing became clear: With many trees knocked down at the top of the hill behind the back of Alumni Hall, the college’s best view of Lake Massasoit … Continue reading Alumni Hall residents are enjoying the newly added MaClean Terrace
By Shawn McFarland Co Editor in Chief It’s Saturday, Sept. 3. Boston’s TD Garden is the latest stop on Kanye West’s St. Pablo tour, and the fan reception is overwhelming. People of all ages and races fill the Garden and its adjacent streets waiting in droves to see one of the most highly acclaimed shows … Continue reading Concert t-shirts are rising from merchandise to collectors items
Matthew A. Harris Staff Writer Since the turn of the century, once known as taboo, tattoos have become a staple in American culture. Tattoos have gone from “low status” material to self expression through personal triumphs. Nowadays, wherever you look, it is not unusual to see people showing off their body ink. With … Continue reading Tattoos and Professionalism
Katie Benoit Staff Writer @katieee30718 As you are packing up your dorm room to go home for the summer, you might realize how much clothing you really own. But the good news is there is a lot you can do with the items you haven’t worn in months and probably never will again. I know … Continue reading Fashion: What to do with the clothes you don’t want anymore?