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Student organization encourages conversation about Palestine

Student organization encourages conversation about Palestine

Keene State College senior Hersch Rothmel is spearheading the effort to begin a chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace on campus. Jewish Voice for Peace is a national grassroots organization that seeks to raise awareness about the Israeli occupation of Palestine. It advocates for human rights and amended U.S. policy in the region. The new […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Students carve 1,800 jack-o’-lanterns at Pumpkin Lobotomy to contribute to festival

Students carve 1,800 jack-o’-lanterns at Pumpkin Lobotomy to contribute to festival

KSC Pumpkin Lobotomy kicked off the Pumpkin Fest weekend with carving, live music and student organizations on Fiske Quad Friday, Oct. 17.  The event was organized by KSC Student Government, who brought in 2,500 pumpkins for eager participants to carve up and contribute to the world record attempt. Student Body President Bobby Graham said the […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Sports

Athlete of the Week: Sami Smith

Athlete of the Week: Sami Smith

Name: Sami Smith Sport: Field Hockey Jersey Number: 30   Samantha “Sami” Smith is a forward on the Keene State College field hockey team and is leading her team to victories. Smith, a sophomore from Merrimack, N.H. has been a continuous contributing player for the Owls this season. Recently, Smith netted two goals in a […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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NFL overtime rule same as college football

NFL overtime rule same as college football

If I ruled the NFL, I would change the overtime rule to make it the same as college football. In week six of the season, back on Oct. 12, the Carolina Panthers squared off against the Cincinnati Bengals. With the score tied at 34 at the end of regulation the game went into overtime. The […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Student Life

Senior takes opportunity to find adventure behind city walls of York, England

Senior takes opportunity to find adventure behind city walls of York, England

Hannah Chadwick York St. John University, England   It’s no joke when people tell you studying abroad is the best time of your life. I’ve only been in Europe for a month and I’ve already experienced so much. You may have to step out of your comfort zone and it can be a little scary, […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Actors think on their feet by exercising improvisation

Actors think on their feet by exercising improvisation

Whether it’s in class during regular school hours or late on a Monday night, students at Keene State College are meeting up and acting out — with improvisation. Dan Patterson, theatre and dance professor at KSC of 36 years, said that most of what he teaches is fun. The brand-new improvisation class is no exception. […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Arts and Entertainment

“The Sacrament” review of great acting and intense atmosphere

“The Sacrament” review of great acting and intense atmosphere

Despite all of the flack that “The Blair Witch Project” got later on, I still find it to be a very dense and atmospheric film. It set up the environment and let the audience soak up the emotions the characters were feeling. For other found-footage movies, it could work the other way around, if they […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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British humor and beautiful imagery shows in “The Trip to Italy”

British humor and beautiful imagery shows in “The Trip to Italy”

If there was one thing that I would want to do with my life other than film, it would have to be traveling.  When people like myself can’t afford to make the trip, we turn to road-trip movies to give us a view of what we’re missing. Comedies usually show them in a highly-comedic and […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Opinions

Hybrid vehicles drive their way toward the roads of tomorrow

With the 2014 Paris Auto Show coming to a close last week, yet another surprise emerged from the smoke and lights: a hybrid Lamborghini. Called the Asterion, this 910 horsepower, four-seat, grand-tourer follows in the footsteps of Ferraris, McLarens and Porsches alike, employing a hybrid electric system to power the wheels.  The Asterion will not […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Strangers lend a helping hand in times of need

Strangers lend a helping hand in times of need

My vision blurred to black as if lights were dimming at a movie showing; my clenched palms were sweaty, I shivered and dripped with sweat simultaneously until boom: my consciousness was gone.  Once my eyes regained some focus they darted up to see emergency medical technicians hovering over me, taking out equipment to help nurse […]

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Multimedia

Post-Pumpkin Fest Interview with KSC President Anne Huot
| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
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| October 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
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