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Plymouth State University hydrologist discusses New Hampshire watersheds

Plymouth State University hydrologist discusses New Hampshire watersheds

On Monday Oct. 6, Mark Green, a professor of hydrology, the study of water, at Plymouth State University came to Keene State College to discuss the resilience of New Hampshire watersheds and their recovery from historic disturbances. He began by discussing a 500-year challenge, the objective to improve watersheds in the Northeast and dove deep […]

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Civic involvement urged in first of three events

Keene strives to understand the art of human expression within the world of local politics.  On Oct. 12, a public talk was held at Heberton Hall, part of the Keene Public Library. The talk titled, “The Connection between Creativity and Civic Engagement,” explored the vision of Aaron Landsman and Mallory Catlett. Their experimental play, “City […]

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Sports

Intramural soccer playoff preview

Two teams enter the co-rec soccer playoffs undefeated.  Top-seeded and undefeated Tricks for Chicks come in led by Conner Lane and Laura Gillis, who have eight and three goals on the season respectively. Ross Anderson has two assists for one of the top offenses in the league, which has scored twenty-four points in five games. […]

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Field hockey team plays for a cure

Field hockey team plays for a cure

This October, Keene State College’s field hockey team will be facing off against a much more formidable opponent — breast cancer.  On Oct. 11, during the team’s game against Worcester State, the KSC team played not only for a plus-one in the win column, but also to defeat breast cancer. The team was dressed in […]

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Student Life

Student discovers passion for travel while studying abroad

Student discovers passion for travel while studying abroad

Katy McLaughlin Florence, Italy   I believe that traveling is one of the best opportunities a person can take in life and I will no doubt take any chance I can get to travel.  I always loved going on trips when I was younger and I am always looking for a new adventure. However, I […]

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Alpha Dogs serves up late-night snacks and a sense of community

Alpha Dogs serves up late-night snacks and a sense of community

In September of 2012, Alpha Dogs, Circus of Wieners restaurant opened its doors conveniently across the street from Keene State College.  This hotdog-focused dining establishment is open for lunch, much like other restaurants, Mondays through Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. However, what separates Alpha Dogs from others is the fact that they cater […]

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Arts and Entertainment

“The Judge” movie review

“The Judge” movie review

Every once in a while, it’s good to get a courtroom movie. “Inherit the Wind” and “My Cousin Vinny” are exceptional examples of movie like this. The thrill of two sides, determining the fate of someone’s future, is exciting to watch.  One little detail and the whole case shifts on a dime. But the case […]

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Student entrepreneur encapsulates energy through wire wrapped gemstone jewelry

Student entrepreneur encapsulates energy through wire wrapped gemstone jewelry

Killing boredom awoke the artist in one Keene State College student and propelled him into a self-made business. Dylan Renner, KSC junior, said he found the New Hampshire winter as a desk attendant less than thrilling. After he completed homework and grew tired of surfing the web, he decided to delve into an old hobby […]

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Opinions

Replace caffeine addiction with healthier alternatives

Replace caffeine addiction with healthier alternatives

There’s no denying that as college students, we go to great lengths just to fulfill our caffeine addictions.  Already late to class? You can bet I’m still waiting in this horrendous line at the Dunkin’ Donuts for my pumpkin spice iced coffee. Running low on cash? That won’t stop me from dropping five or six […]

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Student peels off ‘hipster’ label

Student peels off ‘hipster’ label

Okay, so I get that I am a little unconventional. The majority of my overflowing closet consists of hand-me-downs, eccentric patterns and thrift shop deals. I have more kinds of socks than friends and my sunglasses collection has a pair of shades to suit any sunny day outing.  Despite the loudness of my style, I […]

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