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On-campus organizations receive budget increases

The Student Assembly approved budget increases for several campus organization the next fiscal year in their Nov. 18 meeting. To expand their budgets the four organizations had fee increases that exceeded the average three percent increase of other organizations. These four groups presented to the Student Assembly to discuss why the increases exceeded three percent. […]

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
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World Usability Conference held in student center

World Usability Conference held in student center

More than a dozen speakers and assistive technology vendors descended on the L.P. Young Student Center for Keene’s World Usability Day exhibition on Thursday, Nov. 13. The conference was organized by Diana Petschauer, the Assistive Technology professional and the founder and CEO of Assistive Technology for Education and Access for Employment. World Usability Day is, […]

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Sports

Keene State College student athletes share their musical talents & interests

Keene State College student athletes share their musical talents & interests

Many student athletes find themselves in the spotlight from the moment they step foot onto the field for a big game. For some, the spotlight does not end when the game is over. Tyler Reilly, sophomore and member of the men’s lacrosse team, said that in addition to being an athlete, he is also a […]

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Intramural Sports Report

Co-Rec Soccer Tricks for Chicks took home the Co-Rec Soccer Championship with back-to-back 2-1 victories in the semi-final and championship games. In both games Keelin Lane netted the deciding goal and Chris Madera made six saves in the two games. Their championship opponents, The Bomb Squad, advanced to the finals with a 4-1 victory over […]

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Student Life

Cutting costs results in sanitary concerns in dorms

Cutting costs results in sanitary concerns in dorms

A growing frustration has been building in first-year students over the lack of soap and paper towels in residence halls.  Reactions have shown this has been a problem on the Keene State College campus for years now. “It’s extremely annoying that we have to bring our soap and towel to leave on the dirty sink,” […]

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Debate Club considers campus-wide issues

Debate Club considers campus-wide issues

On Wednesday, Nov. 12, the Keene State College Debate Club held their Annual Public Debate in the Mabel Brown Room. The debate addressed important issues, like whether Pumpkin Fest should happen next year, if first years and sophomores should be allowed to live off campus and if the popular phone app Yik Yak should be […]

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Arts and Entertainment

Alternative film ‘Stray Dogs’ plays dead

Alternative film ‘Stray Dogs’ plays dead

For the past five hours, I’ve been trying to contemplate how to write a review for this film. There hasn’t been a movie that came out this year that has baffled me this much. I’m not kidding — this movie made a small part of me die inside. If I wasn’t writing a review, I […]

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Spectacular visuals and performances make for a stellar film

Spectacular visuals and performances make for a stellar film

Last year “Gravity” showed us how terrifying space can actually be. But where’s the beautiful side?  Anybody down on Earth looking up at the stars has to imagine the beauty that waits outside our planet and beyond — I know I do. To give some context, my favorite film of all time is “2001: A […]

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Opinions

Relying on crash diets does not normally lead to ideal body types

Relying on crash diets does not normally lead to ideal body types

As a 19-year-old girl on a college campus, I understand the pressure society puts on women to stay fit. I used to want to be “skinny.” I figured crash dieting may help me to slim up in time for a party I was excited about, but that usually led to me binging right after the […]

| November 19, 2014 | 1 Comments
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Letter to the Editor

I am an ECO-Rep here at Keene State College. My job is to educate KSC students about environmental sustainability and going green. The ECO-Reps and R.O.C.K.S. (Recycling On Campus Keene State) workers came together to form a crew for Pumpkin Lobotomy. Together, we helped to make the event run smoothly. You might have seen us […]

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Multimedia

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