News

DEA raids Phat Stuff

On Wednesday May 7, the Federal Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration entered Phat Stuff, a store located at 84 Main St. in Keene, N.H. in search of evidence of the sale of synthetic drugs, such as synthetic marijuana. The Associated Press noted those who were warranted included manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of synthetic drugs […]

| May 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
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President Huot Reports Tragic Death of KSC Senior

President Anne Huot sent out an email the afternoon of Wednesday May 7, stating the death of Keene State College student Sean Thomas Casey, a safety and occupational health major and management minor at KSC. Huot said, “It is with deep sadness and regret that I send this message regarding the death of Keene State […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Sports

The golden age of professional hockey

The golden age of professional hockey

As we reach the final installation of Strange Sports Facts, I’d like to present something that I have been thinking about for a long time now. As a huge sports fan, I find that picking a golden era of a sport is difficult task. You have to take into consideration all of the factors–the players, […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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United team keeps each other in check

United team keeps each other in check

The team that has always been the underdog was undefeated in the Little East Conference Championship.  Keene State College’s Women’s Lacrosse Team worked together as one to do one thing — and that was to win. “We want to win it for each other.  We always play better when we play for each other. One […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Student Life

Seniors ‘crawl’ toward graduation

Seniors ‘crawl’ toward graduation

The threat of rain did not deter 480 Keene State College seniors from participating in the 2014 Senior Pub Crawl Sunday May 4. The participants were split into seven teams of roughly 80 people each and rotated from bar to bar around the city of Keene. Lab ’n Lager, McCue’s Billiards & Sports Lounge, Scores […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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KSC students help save Lower 9th Ward Village

KSC students help save Lower 9th Ward Village

According to Mack McClendon, New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward community leader and founder of Save the Village, his campaign is more than just saving his own Louisiana community  from disaster; McClendon wants to “make sure that what happened to his community, doesn’t ever happen to another community again.” McCLendon spoke to the Keene State College […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Arts and Entertainment

Students say film quotes more memorable than lectures

Students say film quotes more memorable than lectures

The brain is made up of four lobes: frontal, temporal, occipital and parietal. People may notice that everyone’s personality and even taste in movies are different, but some may wonder:  If we are all  made up of the same parts, why do we enjoy different things? Within our brains, our lobes are partially occupied by […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Nicola’s Trattoria cooks up authentic Italian food

Nicola’s Trattoria cooks up authentic Italian food

As a college student, I find that eating at the Dining Commons can get old very fast. Every so often I’ll wander onto Main Street and grab a quick bank-account-friendly meal.  There are times when I want to dress a little fancier and pay a few extra dollars to experience a five-star meal. The one […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Opinions

Take Caution When Posting on Social Media: You Never Know Who is Looking

Take Caution When Posting on Social Media: You Never Know Who is Looking

With less than 140 characters, your dream job could slip through your fingers. A teenage girl’s tweet resulted in her arrest after threats she made against American Airlines. Although the tweet was allegedly supposed to be a joke made by the girl’s friend, American Airlines took it seriously and wasted no time contacting  FBI authorities, […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Death penalty reconsidered after botched execution

States across the U.S. should reevaluate and ultimately reconsider the death penalty following a botched execution in Oklahoma on Tuesday, April 26. The execution via lethal injection of inmate Clayton D. Lockett went horribly wrong after being administered a sedative and two drugs, a paralytic and one intended to make the heart stop, according to […]

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Multimedia

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