Springfield College women’s volleyball sweeps Mount Holyoke at home, improve to 18-2

By Stephen Monahan @stephenm330 SPRINGFIELD — With Sara Labadorf getting a rest day, sophomore setter Kayley Cimino saw her name penciled into the starting lineup for the first time this season. Being the starting setter during her freshman year, Cimino felt at ease in the starting lineup, due to her familiarity with her teammates. “Everyday in practice I am playing and setting with the same … Continue reading Springfield College women’s volleyball sweeps Mount Holyoke at home, improve to 18-2

“THIN” Documentary Has Powerful Message

CJ Legner

Staff Writer

“Some of the material is kind of heavy,” says Stacey Rose, director of health and wellness at Springfield Col­lege. Ironic she says the word “heavy” because the four girls featured in the documentary THIN want to be anything but.

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Students Win Nail-biter over Faculty 16-15 In honor of James Naismith’s 150th Birthday

Matt Milano

Staff Writer

The second annual Student-Faculty Basketball game was played Tuesday Nov. 8th at noon in Blake Arena. The game was played in honor of James Naismith’s  150th birthday.

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Backyard Controversy Sparks Meetings


SCTV3’s Sam Read talks to Dr. Dean Braverman and students about the change in townhouse policy.

Corey Hanlon

Managing Editor

Nearly 100 students packed the Dodge Ballroom in the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union last Sunday night, frustrated and confused about what they had been told the previous Thursday. It had happened so abruptly that many questions still needed to be answered.

Representatives from all classes patiently waited until the open forum portion of the weekly Student Government Association meeting arrived. When given the chance to speak, they thoughtfully spoke their minds.

Last Thursday evening around 8 p.m., Dr. Terry Vecchio and Bohdan (Bo) Zaryckyj of Student Affairs entered each townhouse individually with an announcement for arguably the most popular on-campus spot on weekend nights.

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