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Residential halls update

Architects plan to begin construction on a new resident hall in the spring. Tues. Oct. 28 architects from Perkins and Will presented and outline and model of the new residence hall they are building, tentatively called Pondside IV. The building will house first year students and will have 320 beds. The new residence hall will […]

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Nintendo celebrates 25 years of creating home entertainment magic

Nintendo celebrates 25 years of creating home entertainment magic

In September Nintendo celebrated its 125th anniversary. If this seems like a remarkably long time for a game developer to be around, that is because the core focus of Nintendo has changed over the years. Long before Shigeru Miyamato made such classic games as Mario and Zelda, Nintendo was making its name as a playing […]

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Sports

KSC Athletic Hall of Fame nominations almost over

KSC Athletic Hall of Fame nominations almost over

The Keene State College Athletic Hall of Fame, which had its first class inducted in 1986, according to the Keene State Athletics website, recognizes players, coaches, administrators, teams and other staff members in the athletic department that  greatly contribute to the success of the KSC athletic program.  Sports Information Director Abe Osheyack, described the process […]

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comments
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Off-campus athletes prepare homes prior to Pumpkin Fest

Off-campus athletes prepare homes prior to Pumpkin Fest

In the wake of this year’s annual Pumpkin Fest, off-campus student athletes comment on notices from landlords, coaches, damage to property and what the events from Oct. 18  mean for them as Keene State College students. In preparation for Pumpkin Fest, landlords contacted some students early in the week. Baseball player Keith Simpson, a junior, […]

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Student Life

Employed students must balance schedule accordingly

Employed students must balance schedule accordingly

Taking four classes, a full semester load, at Keene State College is considered a full-time job by some, but some students balance studying while working a job as well.  There are many jobs available for students on campus, through work study as well as jobs off-campus in the town of Keene. Some of these working […]

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Courage abroad helps student out of comfort zone

Courage abroad helps student out of comfort zone

Sally Girouard York St. John university, England   It is difficult to articulate just how incredible studying abroad is. All experiences of going away are very different. What they all have in common though, is the remarkable and lifelong rewards.  Just the idea of studying abroad itself seems amazing; the tangible experience greatly exceeds all […]

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Arts and Entertainment

Creature Double Feature

Creature Double Feature

Dracula: After all these years, nothing gives me the chills more than the opening theme to Universal’s horror classic, “Dracula.” Whenever I try to determine the best stare in cinematic history, it belongs to the one, the only, Bela Lugosi. Every Halloween, this is a film that will always be on my viewing list. Ever […]

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Comedy god, Bill Murray, shines in ‘St. Vincent’

If I were to choose the closest thing to a comedy god, it would have to be Bill Murray.  Even if people don’t like some of his films, it’s hard to refute that he is one of the most iconic comedic figures to emerge in the business. He has a specific style of humor that […]

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Opinions

More options, less meat for vegetarians

More options, less meat for vegetarians

A solid 14 years have passed since I have eaten a single piece of meat. In other words, I became a vegetarian at the tender age of six.   Very rarely do I go around telling people that I am a vegetarian because answering questions about it gets old. However, I am explaining myself for […]

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Conquering Mount Monadnock is beneficial for students

Conquering Mount Monadnock is beneficial for students

While attending college offers ample challenges to be tackled by incoming students, there are various opportunities for personal growth that come simply based on the location of your school.  As Keene State College students, we are granted the privilege of living just a short car ride away from the most hiked mountain in America — […]

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Multimedia

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