Springfield women’s soccer outlasts New York University in penalty kick shootout to win ECAC Championship

Kristian Rhim @Legendary__Kris On a frigid and windy Sunday, the Springfield College women took on the NYU Bobcats in the ECAC championship. The game was a rematch of last years title game in which the Pride won in a penalty shootout, 2-1. Springfield came into the game off of a close win against Albright College in which the women scored two goals in the final … Continue reading Springfield women’s soccer outlasts New York University in penalty kick shootout to win ECAC Championship

Late interception helps Husson defeat Pride Football 23-21 in first round of NCAA Tournament

    By Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 The Pride had them. After 58 grueling minutes of wrestling the defense and restraining the offense of the brawny Husson Eagles, Springfield finally had their opponent on the ropes. 23-21 Husson. 1:55 to go in the game. The Pride had the football after their defense held the Eagles scoreless on eight plays for 30 yards on the previous drive. … Continue reading Late interception helps Husson defeat Pride Football 23-21 in first round of NCAA Tournament

Springfield looks to evolve with Master Plan

Grace Berry @graysperry This past year, Springfield College has put tremendous efforts towards bettering the way campus looks, feels, and flows. Installing the brand new Learning Commons that can be used for so much more than just the stereotypical library, adding a refurbished baseball facility that has an ability field built into it, and even the smaller changes like allowing women to live in Alumni … Continue reading Springfield looks to evolve with Master Plan

Political Correctness (or, the End of Society as We Know It)

Kathleen Morris Everything is so politically correct nowadays. It almost gets tiring, right? I mean, imagine having to watch everything you say so carefully, for the sake of sparing someone’s feelings. What a drag. Imagine thinking before you speak to avoid making someone else uncomfortable. Why bother? What’s next, holding the door open for the person behind you? Or even worse, picking something up for … Continue reading Political Correctness (or, the End of Society as We Know It)

Springfield Campus Activities Board recognized at NACA Conference

Sam Leventhal @Sam_Leventhal As college students, there is one message that is consistently relayed by professionals in our given fields: “It’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know.” Behind this statement are words of encouragement to attend networking events, which members from the Springfield College Campus Activities Board (CAB) did from Nov. 2-5. Just two weeks ago, members from the Springfield College … Continue reading Springfield Campus Activities Board recognized at NACA Conference