Sustainable energy coming to Springfield College?

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 … Continue reading Sustainable energy coming to Springfield College?

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Screening of Jonathan Hock’s One and Not Done to Be Shown at Fuller Arts Center One Week Prior to Worldwide Release

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 … Continue reading Screening of Jonathan Hock’s One and Not Done to Be Shown at Fuller Arts Center One Week Prior to Worldwide Release

Safety concerns prompt changes to Townhouse backyard policy

By Greg Allen Co-Editor-In-Chief On Tuesday, April 4 residents of the Senior Suites and the Townhouses received an email from Vice President of Student Affairs Shannon Finning informing them of changes that will be made to the backyards of the townhouses. The changes will be effective immediately and are being made to “address the significant … Continue reading Safety concerns prompt changes to Townhouse backyard policy

Pride rally to beat Wheaton in NEWMAC quarter-finals, 85-82 in overtime

By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor With six seconds left in regulation, the Pride trailed by two points. Wheaton College’s Duaka Ekwensi had just missed a free throw off the right side of the rim when freshman Jake Ross rose up and corralled the rebound. From the moment Ross grabbed the ball everyone in Blake … Continue reading Pride rally to beat Wheaton in NEWMAC quarter-finals, 85-82 in overtime

Springfield College reacts to the Patriots historic Super Bowl comeback

Kevin Gaiss Staff Writer The entire New England region was distraught Sunday Night as The New England Patriots trailed 21-3 at the half to the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. The feeling was universal - this one was a lost cause. There was no hope for beloved Pats. But prayers were answered, and in … Continue reading Springfield College reacts to the Patriots historic Super Bowl comeback