News

Women continue fight for equal pay, women’s rights issue passed by executive order

Women continue fight for equal pay, women’s rights issue passed by executive order

Women exist in all areas of society — women are democrats, republicans and independents. However, on Tuesday, April 8, differences were set aside as a women’s rights issue was passed by executive order through the hand of President Barack Obama. The Keene, New Hampshire American Association of University Women (AAUW) President, Dawn Andonellis, commented on […]

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College officials: Vallante investigation ongoing

A month after the March 5, 2014, firing of Keene State College employee Eugene “Gino” Vallante, Media Relations Manager Kelly Ricaurte indicated the college’s internal investigation with McLane Law Firm into Vallante’s alleged misconduct is ongoing. Additionally, Ricuarte stated the separate  review of USNH policy for which KSC has retained McLane Law Firm, “has not […]

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Sports

Rough start has staff looking for answers

Rough start has staff looking for answers

Baseball team stumbles to 1-5 conference record, remains confident they can turn things around   A free pass here and a free pass there have really been adding up for the Keene State College Baseball team. As of April 11, the Owls’ pitching staff has walked 96 batters in 150 innings pitched. In addition, they […]

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First round draft picks make or break teams

First round draft picks make or break teams

Entry drafts, in any sport, are essentially one of the biggest gambles a team can take. Front offices across all sports have branches of their staff devoted exclusively to scouting future talent. The NBA and the NFL take virtually all of their draft picks from college or high school, so their scouts will rarely travel […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Arts and Entertainment

Elm City Brewing Co.: more than a restaurant

Elm City Brewing Co.: more than a restaurant

This week, I decided to change things up a bit and move from Main Street onto West Street at Elm City Restaurant and Brewing Co. I’ve been to this restaurant multiple times, and I mean it when I say I have never left unsatisfied. Located right in the Colony Mill Marketplace, Elm City is the […]

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Student-run film festival combines creativity and a fun challenge

Student-run film festival combines creativity and a fun challenge

Students worked to create their productions for the 4th Annual 7 Day Film Festival — a competition lead by Keene State Media Productions where participants are given exactly seven days to write, shoot and edit a film.  When signing up, participants are given a genre, a prop and line of dialogue to include in their […]

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Opinions

CEO of Firefox resigns after media scrutiny

CEO of Firefox resigns after media scrutiny

The CEO of Firefox, Brendan Eich, stepped down from his position after much media scrutiny. Eich reportedly donated $1000 to Proposition 8, a bill that would attempt to re-amend California’s current allowance of gay marriage. The issue was first brought to light by OkCupid, a dating website that informed its viewers of Eich’s donation and […]

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The power of love will probably never overcome the love of power

The power of love will probably never overcome the love of power

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace,” is a quote attributed to the well-known artist Jimi Hendrix. The words love and power caught my eye when I first came across this quote. I recognized what I saw and I had to say it out loud a couple […]

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Multimedia

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