Springfield College to Hold “How to Be an Ally” Lecture on Tuesday

By Vin Gallo Deputy Sports Editor     On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Springfield College will welcome Dr. Kim A. Case, a professor of psychology at the University of Houston at Clear Lake, to campus to speak at an open forum that will address social inequality. The lecture being presented, “How to Be an Ally: Taking … Continue reading Springfield College to Hold “How to Be an Ally” Lecture on Tuesday

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Springfield Women’s Basketball wins critical conference game against Clark, 57-48

Gabrielle Guerard Staff Writer Wearing bright pink warm up shirts in an arena covered in streamers, balloons, and signs, the Springfield College women’s basketball team took the court with heavy hearts.  As their annual “Think Pink” game, the Pride supported those affected by breast cancer with a powerful moment of silence before tip-off.  Also serving … Continue reading Springfield Women’s Basketball wins critical conference game against Clark, 57-48

Springfield College wrestling looks to make an impact at Regional Championships

Ian Carrano Staff Writer Framed jerseys, trophies, and banners decorate the walls of the wrestling office. Much history and tradition surround the room with the many accomplishments of the Springfield College Wrestling teams. This year however, there is a new group of wrestlers who have competed very well all year long. After a season of … Continue reading Springfield College wrestling looks to make an impact at Regional Championships

One Last Run: The Story of the Springfield College Women’s Basketball Seniors

By Vin Gallo Deputy Sports Editor     The four of them remember. It is a moment that will always replay perfectly in each of their minds. They remember their youthful faces, barely nine months removed from high school basketball competition, beaming with jubilation as they rushed their teammates at Ainsworth Gym’s center court in … Continue reading One Last Run: The Story of the Springfield College Women’s Basketball Seniors