Ryan Debuts “Stranded,” Looks to Build On Musical Talent

Greg Allen Co-Editor In-Chief/News Editor     When Springfield College junior Ben Ryan was in fifth grade, he was given a solo for the upcoming chorus concert. Excited for the opportunity, Ryan rehearsed his lyrics over and over again, looking to perfect the solo and receive a standing ovation. After countless days of preparation, it … Continue reading Ryan Debuts “Stranded,” Looks to Build On Musical Talent

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Sti-Yu-Ka, Humanics Lecture, Stepping Up Day, Highlight Lineup of Late Year Tradition

Jill Campbell Assistant News Editor The concept of tradition is something that is alive and well at Springfield College. Whether it’s refusing to step foot on that perfectly-groomed grass, donning the most flattering beanies during NSO weekend, or heading to Cheney in pajamas for midnight breakfast, Springfield is no doubt an institution that appreciates its … Continue reading Sti-Yu-Ka, Humanics Lecture, Stepping Up Day, Highlight Lineup of Late Year Tradition

Smith Collects New England High School Emmy Award for Series on Homeless

Vin Gallo Assistant Sports Editor     Starting on something late has little to no consequence on someone when they were born to do it. Just ask freshman communications/sports journalism major Cam Smith. Smith ventured into the field of journalism as a senior at Plymouth (Mass.) South High in joining the school’s Panther TV program. … Continue reading Smith Collects New England High School Emmy Award for Series on Homeless

Springfield College men’s tennis falls to No. 21 ranked MIT, 6-3

Stephen Monahan @stephenm330 As the weather turns warmer, the Springfield College men’s tennis team is in the home stretch of conference play before the NEWMAC tournament. The men find themselves in a rough stretch of their schedule, losing two of their last three matches. “When we played Trinity, who is another solid team, they were … Continue reading Springfield College men’s tennis falls to No. 21 ranked MIT, 6-3

Springfield College track’s Alex Niemiec passed on a Division I scholarship, and he couldn’t be happier

Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 The 2016-17 indoor track season had all but drawn to a conclusion. The setting was Napersville, Ill. The event: the NCAA Track and Field Division III Championships. Alex Niemiec sprinted towards the high bar, his dark blue eyes filled with anticipation, lips pursed above a light brown goatee. He left his feet … Continue reading Springfield College track’s Alex Niemiec passed on a Division I scholarship, and he couldn’t be happier