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John Santer Staff Writer As the blazing sun prepares to breach the horizon, the fog lifts off the serene Lake Massasoit and dew drops descend from the tall oak trees on Springfield College’s East Campus. A man patrols the property, observing all of the changes that have occurred in the past year. On Oct. 28, 2011, the East Campus property was devastated by a heavy … Continue reading The Comeback of East Campus After Last October’s Snow Storm (Video/Photos)
Victor Barbosa Staff Writer Homecoming Weekend is one of the marquee weekends during the Springfield College school year. All of those involved with putting the festivities together are under immense pressure each and every year. Somehow it seems they always come through, and this year was no different. Two women who played critical roles in the weekend’s success are Tamie Kidess Lucey (‘81), director of … Continue reading Springfield College 2012 Homecoming in Review
Kaitlyn Cowden/The Student
Assistant Sports Editor
As the rain cleared up, the Western New England University baseball team made the trip down the road to take on the Springfield College Pride on Wednesday afternoon. For Coach Mark Simeone and his team, the result was not what they were looking for as they saw their two-game winning streak come skidding to a halt in a 10-1 defeat to the Golden Bears.
Kate Newman/The Student
As spring break nears, many students become excited to embark on a sunny and relaxing vacation in places like Cancun, Fla. or the Bahamas. Spring break is commonly seen as a week to get a tan somewhere tropical and treat oneself to a few cocktails. This year, I, along with six other fortunate students, was able to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in London, England. We were traveling on a mission to learn not only about the remarkable history found there, but also about culture and travel.