Following a torn ACL last season, Jimmy Wilcox is ready to make an impact for Pride men’s soccer this year

Daniel Priest @dpriest3 The doctors told him he would be fine. They said he could play through the lingering knee issue with no problems, just be smart. After all, he was a high school senior, in great shape, and committed to play soccer at Springfield College that fall. Fast forward to the day, in the fall of 2016. Friday, September 16, to be exact. Springfield … Continue reading Following a torn ACL last season, Jimmy Wilcox is ready to make an impact for Pride men’s soccer this year

Kristen Madeia having a career season while battling Anemia

Ben Ryan @BenRyan24 Towards the end of the 2016 cross-country season, junior runner Kristen Madeia would go to practice like she always does. Some days were harder than others depending on the mileage, but for the most part she went on what felt like easy runs. For the business management major, easy would be an understatement. She wouldn’t have to exert much energy, however things … Continue reading Kristen Madeia having a career season while battling Anemia

Students and staff gather around Peace Pole to remember and reflect on Las Vegas shooting

Daniel Priest @dpriest3 This past Sunday the worst mass shooting in the history of our country occurred. Stephen Paddock, a 64 year old man relatively unknown to authorities, opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on those attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival. In total, 59 people were killed and another 527 were injured. Beyond that, the attack reopened … Continue reading Students and staff gather around Peace Pole to remember and reflect on Las Vegas shooting

In wake of Las Vegas shooting, gun control must be addressed

Greg Allen @GregAllen20 For the third time in my life, I woke up to learning about the deadliest shooting in the history of The United States of America. I am 21-years old. How is it possible that in just 21 years of America’s 241-year history, I have seen the deadliest shooting ever three different times? And that doesn’t include December 2012 when I learned of … Continue reading In wake of Las Vegas shooting, gun control must be addressed

Take Back the Night brings together sexual assault survivors for a night of healing

Kathleen Morris Staff Writer On Tuesday night students and faculty gathered in the cool fall weather at the steps of Alumni Hall. Huddled together in some semblance of a circle, people talked in low voices, a prelude of the silence to come. Why silence? To show respect, and honor, for what was going to take place. Take Back the Night required all of those things, … Continue reading Take Back the Night brings together sexual assault survivors for a night of healing