Heart of a Husker: Bianca Raniolo of Springfield College women’s lacrosse finds home at Springfield College

By Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 There is a town an hour north of the hustle and bustle of New York City, tucked away in the rolling hills and vast farmland of Westchester County, where lacrosse is king. It is a location that is considered a Mecca for one of the oldest sports in history. It is … Continue reading Heart of a Husker: Bianca Raniolo of Springfield College women’s lacrosse finds home at Springfield College

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Springfield Men’s and Women’s lacrosse players pick up NEWMAC weekly honors

By Vin Gallo Deputy Sports Editor The men’s and women’s lacrosse program are poised to be that two-headed dragon that will terrorize New England competition this spring. The two teams are off to a promising start. The women outmuscled cross town rival Western New England in its season opening tilt at Stagg, 16-10, while the … Continue reading Springfield Men’s and Women’s lacrosse players pick up NEWMAC weekly honors

Men’s basketball falls to No. 1 Babson 68-62 in NEWMAC semi-finals

By Gage Nutter Assistant Sports Editor WELLESLEY - One of the most exciting men’s basketball seasons in recent memory came to an end on Saturday night. The Pride men’s basketball team fell to Babson in the NEWMAC semi-final, 67-62. Freshman Jake Ross finished with 17 points and 8 rebounds. Junior captain Andy McNulty finished with 15 … Continue reading Men’s basketball falls to No. 1 Babson 68-62 in NEWMAC semi-finals

Women’s March empowers downtown Springfield

By Kathleen Morris Staff Writer Despite the chilly weather on Feb. 11, over two hundred men, women, and children gathered downtown in Springfield at City Hall. There was no free coffee being given out, and this wasn’t a celebratory gathering for the recent Super Bowl win. These people were gathered for what they felt was … Continue reading Women’s March empowers downtown Springfield

Springfield Safe Zones provide inclusion and comfort

By Gianna DiPasquale Staff Writer “I like girls. No, I like boys. Do I like girls and boys? Am I attracted to anyone at all?” Although these thoughts often go unheard, these are questions that many may ask themselves in their childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Maybe you aren’t confused, but you feel alone and that … Continue reading Springfield Safe Zones provide inclusion and comfort