News

Ex-NEC players’ stories parallel KSC student accounts on Vallante

Eugene “Gino” Vallante’s behaviors at Keene State College were part of a larger pattern, according to former players’ detailed accounts of his time as head coach at New England College.  After nine years at KSC, school officials fired Vallante on March 5 amid allegations that he engaged in inappropriate actions toward students. KSC’s internal investigation, […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Journalist teaches KSC how to improve ‘the commons’

Journalist teaches KSC how to improve ‘the commons’

The Keene State College Sidore Lecture Series brought Jay Walljasper to campus to embrace the use of commons. Walljasper headlined a lecture in the Mabel Brown Room and spoke with community members, faculty and students on how to build and grow public and common spaces. Walljasper, who is the editor of onthecommons.org, spoke on April […]

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Sports

Steeplechase event requires unique skill set from runners

Steeplechase event requires unique skill set from runners

Cross country runners are a select breed of athletes: they have endurance to run races over three miles long, skill to conquer obstacles on the course and mental toughness to give their all for an entire race.  Nonetheless, when you take a cross country runner off the course and put them onto the track, their […]

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NHL outdoors boosts ratings

NHL outdoors boosts ratings

As the National Hockey League regular season draws to a close and we enter into the madness that is the Stanley Cup Playoffs, I took a lot of time to reflect on this season and what made it so unique. I’ve previously written about how this season has showcased a class of legendary NHL veterans […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Student Life

Beautiful Lengths reaches over 100 donors in Spaulding Gym

Beautiful Lengths reaches over 100 donors in Spaulding Gym

The Keene State College community gathered Saturday, April 12, in the Spaulding Gym with scissors and a great amount of selflessness in hand. One-hundred women donated their own ponytails for KSC’s second annual Pantene Beautiful Lengths event. The event, which made its debut last year on campus, allowed the Keene community members the chance to […]

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
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American Red Cross Blood Drive denies LGBT

American Red Cross Blood Drive denies LGBT

Keene State College student Jonathan Musci said he  recently received a phone call from the American Red Cross requesting his services, however what they didn’t know about him had changed their mind.  Musci said a woman from the American Red Cross called to talk to him about the blood drive they would be hosting in […]

| April 17, 2014 | 1 Comments
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Arts and Entertainment

Local Burger satisfies customers all the way from open to close

Local Burger satisfies customers all the way from open to close

When it comes to hamburgers, I don’t mess around. I will admit, there have been a handful of times that I’ve gone to McDonald’s and devoured the ever-popular Big Mac, because, who could hate a Big Mac? But, I do find that after I finish that beast of a sandwich, I kick myself for not […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Rock climbing proves itself an art form

Rock climbing proves itself an art form

The natural world is a non-man-made work of art and perhaps is best seen from up high.   Seeing the world from an aerial viewpoint is one way in which some Keene State College students find entertainment. It’s the fear of falling, the company of friends and the view of the world below that motivates […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Opinions

Nationwide fracking causes concern for New Hampshire’s future

Nationwide fracking causes concern for New Hampshire’s future

Imagine building a dream home in what you thought to be a perfect location. Now imagine coming home from work to see a new drilling site, without any say in it, right next to that dream home. Confusion, anger and disbelief are sure to set in. Unfortunately, such behavior has occurred frequently in other parts […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Letter to the Editor

I am the Events Coordinator for KSC Pride and I am writing this letter in regard to some of the misinterpretations in the article about our recent event, the Pride Parade. This was KSC Pride’s first Pride Parade to spread awareness and support members of the LGBTQ/GSRM community. It was written as “GSRN” in the […]

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Multimedia

| April 13, 2014 | 0 Comments
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