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Keene memorializes those who served in WWI

Keene memorializes those who served in WWI

It was 11:11 a.m., Nov. 11, 1918, when the First World War became history.  Ultimately free from clouds of chlorine gas, explosions of bullets and bombs, excruciating pain of mustard gas, amputations of trench foot infections and launching of grenades — World War I veterans were once greatly appreciated by Americans. As surviving soldiers returned […]

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Artist and founding father of American camouflage Barry Faulkner

Barry Faulkner was busy building his reputation as a painter of patriotic murals and the occasional landscape when World War I broke out.  Faulkner could afford such creative pursuits. He was born in Keene in 1881 to a wealthy family who owned the Colony Mill from 1815 to 1953 — when Faulkner’s father, Francis Faulkner, […]

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Sports

Athlete of the Week: Caitlyn Shea

Caitlyn Shea has been swimming since she was eight years old. She started on a club team called solo aquatics then continued swimming for Salem High School in Salem, New Hampshire before coming to Keene State College. Shea is now in her fourth year as an Owl and said he experince with the team has […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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With two losses at the start of the season the Owls remain calm and respond with four consecutive wins

With two losses at the start of the season the Owls remain calm and respond with four consecutive wins

Another season means another opportunity for success.  Keene State College’s women’s basketball team is setting goals to make success a reality. The women’s team ended their 2013-14 season at .500, with a 13-13 record, finishing sixth in the Little East Conference. With new faces and many familiar ones, nearly every player is determined to get […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Student Life

KSC students resolve to start the new year with new goals

KSC students resolve to start the new year with new goals

With fall semester coming to a close and the excitement of winter break upon the Keene State College community, students have already begun to look forward to what the future will bring. Ushering in the New Year, students will have a fresh start with a new semester, new classes, new opportunities and a chance to […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Local ski and snowboard mountains offer discounts to KSC students

Local ski and snowboard mountains offer discounts to KSC students

As the air gets colder and snow starts to accumulate, Keene State College students still have options for enjoying the outdoors all winter long.  KSC is within an hour and a half of six ski and snowboard mountains that all offer significant discounts for students. “Not only is this something that you’ll never be able […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Arts and Entertainment

Anna Kendrick film “Happy Christmas” leaves a lot to be desired

Anna Kendrick film “Happy Christmas” leaves a lot to be desired

To me, the Christmas season is the best time of the year. Between visiting family and friends, it gives you a sense of unity and togetherness. I love the overall feeling of joy that surrounds the holiday.  But while I enjoy this time of year, I understand that there are many people that find it […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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“Birdman” flies off the screen and soars into Academy Award territory

“Birdman” flies off the screen and soars into Academy Award territory

For the longest time, I have always praised the talent of Michael Keaton. From “Mr. Mom” to “Batman,” he has displayed that his range is spread across the board.  To this day, he remains my favorite incarnation of Batman. Something about his down-to-earth persona, makes me relate to him all the more. Lately, he’s been […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Opinions

Students seek out more extra credit opportunities

As students at KSC get ready for finals week, things like missed assignments, late work and extra credit are brought up. In my opinion I believe extra credit should always be an option. Of course, things are never easier said than done. It wouldn’t be easy to make extra credit an option to everyone because all […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Heavy emphasis on grades can be damaging to students

Heavy emphasis on grades can be damaging to students

Filling in the correct bubbles, reaching that 2,000 word count and meeting graduation requirements seems to be the bulk of our focus as college students. Exam after exam, paper after paper, exhaustion kicks in just weeks into the semester. At what point did school become solely about achieving that desired ‘A’? Students shift their focus […]

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Multimedia

| November 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Post-Pumpkin Fest Interview with KSC President Anne Huot
| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
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