By Gabby Guerard The bitter January air quickly ushered students around the Springfield College campus, as the second semester officially began. While students poured into classrooms with red noses and rosy cheeks, those who entered Room 105 in Locklin stumbled upon more than just a blast of warm air. One by one students slowed their pace as they entered the room, which was large in … Continue reading Prof. Patrick Decoteau has used his life-changing experience to educate Springfield College students
Brandon Eckles @Ecks_FactorX Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday you can hear the silent Marsh Chapel fill with the sweet sounds of Chopin’s Concerto No. 1. It is a piece that demands a talented pianist. While he sits behind the piano, Johnson Chou controls the instrument with no sheet music in sight. He is calm and relaxed, but his posture resembles structure from past experiences. As … Continue reading Johnson Chou: From Physics to Piano
Gage Nutter @GageNutter The bleachers of Blake Arena were a loud, homogenous sea of white during Springfield’s men’s volleyball matchup with SUNY New Paltz, in the Division III National Championship game Sunday night. Pride supporters wore white clothing for the game, except for one special demographic located in the first couple of rows and off to the right side. Springfield men’s volleyball alumni made the … Continue reading Springfield College men’s volleyball alumni return to campus for national championship weekend
By Kevin Gaiss Staff Writer Imagine a world where college campuses across the country are running on fully sustainable energy and are leaving almost no impact on the environment. It sounds crazy, but in fact it is a major movement going on on campuses across the country. Now, imagine that movement being lead by the historically progressive and innovative campus of Springfield College. “We are … Continue reading Sustainable energy coming to Springfield College?
By Shawn McFarland Co-Editor In-Chief/Sports Editor Sep. 11 2015 – The day John Calipari was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The day one of college basketball’s greatest coaches ascended to the sports’ highest peak. It was also the day that John Hock and his crew began working on “One and Not Done,” an ESPN 30 For 30 production on Calipari and … Continue reading Screening of Jonathan Hock’s One and Not Done to Be Shown at Fuller Arts Center One Week Prior to Worldwide Release