Best of Broadway Adapts DreamWorks Classic, Shrek

  Marshall Hastings Special Projects Editor @Marsh_Hastings The idea was born on Netflix. As the members of Springfield College’s Best of Broadway club learned that their original plan, to perform Annie, would not work, they faced a conundrum. What to perform? It needed to be family friendly and humorous. It needed to be a musical. Sure there are plenty of options, but determining which one … Continue reading Best of Broadway Adapts DreamWorks Classic, Shrek

Daniel Pearl’s Wisdom and Music Find a Home on Campus

Patrick Kenney Editor In Chief @PRyKenney Campus will sound differently next Thursday, Oct. 1. Sure there will be the typical sounds. Students ordering coffee, cold or hot, from Phyllis at Dunkin Donuts. Cars taking their daily trips down Alden Street. The occasional basketball bouncing. But it will also be alive with the sound of music. The high-pitched sounds of the children from the Zanetti School … Continue reading Daniel Pearl’s Wisdom and Music Find a Home on Campus

Calvin Hill Steps Into Inclusion and Community Engagement Role

Patrick Kenney Editor In Chief In the world of The Walking Dead there are only two groups of people, the living and the dead. Once the dominant species of the world, the living have retreated back to the most basic human instinct: survival. The climate throughout the world has changed and the living know they don’t belong. Dr. Calvin Hill, although a fan of the … Continue reading Calvin Hill Steps Into Inclusion and Community Engagement Role

Understanding Course Registration and How it Impacts Financial Aid

Patrick Kenney Managing Editor Registering for classes can be one of the most stressful, aggravating, and craziest times of the semester. From having friends save classes to trying to erase holds on accounts, class registration is simply frustrating. Unless you are of the lucky few who get to go first, dread is an accurate description of what students feel the morning of course selection. Through … Continue reading Understanding Course Registration and How it Impacts Financial Aid

Open Forum Unveils New Logo, Addresses Progress

Patrick Kenney Managing Editor The fall semester of 2014 kicked off a lot of new ideas and projects for Springfield College and President Mary-Beth Cooper’s administration to work on. At the beginning of that semester, President Cooper addressed the students and faculty members with her five strategies for institutional improvement. These strategies (safety, enrollment, diversity and inclusion, non-tuition revenue generation, branding) would be the focus … Continue reading Open Forum Unveils New Logo, Addresses Progress