Springfield College rebuilds fences in townhouse backyards — one year after removing them

Shawn McFarland @ShawnMMcFarland Nearly one year after their original removal, fences are going back up in the townhouse backyards. The new fences, which are of a similar build as the original ones, were installed over Spring Break. Seniors were informed of the changes via email on Mar. 8. The original removal of the fences was temporary, and while there was never a set date for … Continue reading Springfield College rebuilds fences in townhouse backyards — one year after removing them

Springfield College’s Alternative Spring Break program puts the Humanics philosophy in action

Graciela Garcia @gracielaG_x3 Springfield College returns to the hustle and bustle as students come back from Spring Break. The abandonment of the campus is finally replaced with students walking around showing off their new hairstyles, tanner skin, and restocking their dorm rooms. However, not all Springfield College students completely went home or went away for vacation. The message spread widely across campus is the mission … Continue reading Springfield College’s Alternative Spring Break program puts the Humanics philosophy in action

Springfield College’s new Food Service Director David Ingala strives to improve Cheney Dining Hall

Stephen Monahan @stephenm330 Located on the Judd Gymnasia side of Cheney Dining Hall is a spacious office with neatly stacked supplies surrounding the desk. Stationed at a tall, black chair typing on one of his two computers on the desk, new Food Service Director David Ingala can be found working away on possible plans for the dining options at Springfield College. “My background since I … Continue reading Springfield College’s new Food Service Director David Ingala strives to improve Cheney Dining Hall

Fortnite sweeps Springfield campus

Vin Gallo Features Editor SNAP! Ben Rivera opened his snack bin concealed beneath his dorm bed, drawing a bag of sour cream chips. The junior placed the potato slices beside his PlayStation and paced through the darkness toward his fridge to retrieve a bottle of Coke. Through the window, an early March winter storm that had ended sessions at Springfield College following 1:30pm, was Rivera’s … Continue reading Fortnite sweeps Springfield campus

A first hand experience of Fortnite

Daniela Detore Assistant Sports Editor After 60 minutes on the clock, I was in my sixth round of Fortnite. That’s around the time where I realized all my years of playing Mario have paid off in a tremendously competitive way. I was in the final five. I was shamefully a bag of Sour Patch deep and in the midsts of crushing a even larger bag … Continue reading A first hand experience of Fortnite