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TDS Center makes for affective teaching, learning and award winning space

TDS Center makes for affective teaching, learning and award winning space

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Keene State College prides itself on its sustainability features throughout campus, including the biggest project of them all, the Technology Design and Safety (TDS) Center. On the KSC website, Keene.edu, according to Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH), the TDS Center makes Keene State College the third largest producer of solar energy. Associate Professor in […]

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Keene State College internet issues on campus

Keene State College internet issues on campus

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

The entire Keene State College campus lost its internet connection on Thursday, April 10 for two hours. Luckily, the loss of internet connection did not affect registration which ended on April 8, but it did cause some frustrations for both students and members of the KSC Information Technology (IT) Group and left many questions unanswered.  […]

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Poverty awareness project challenges KSC to live off $1.50 a day

Keene State College student Kya Roumimper set a challenge for her fellow classmates — a challenge many of them said was “impossible.” Roumimper asked students to give themselves a budget of no more than $1.50 to spend on food a day, which, according to the fundraising campaign, Live Below the Line, 1.2 billion people in […]

Brittany Ballantyne, Administrative Executive Editor Emeritus More »
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College student and part-time firefighter pulls man from burning house

College student and part-time firefighter pulls man from burning house

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

On April 11, 2014, a man was rescued from a house fire by Justin Tracy; a full-time Keene State College student and off-duty firefighter for the Swanzey Fire Department.  While taking an alternative route home after visiting with friends, off-duty Resident Intern Firefighter Justin Tracy said that he saw the house fire at 365 Sawyers […]

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Continuing Education at KSC devotes lifelong learning

Continuing Education at KSC devotes lifelong learning

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

In all six New England states, Continuing Education has changed its objectives from advocating for adult education to being devotees to lifelong learning.  Everything from skill workshops to non-credit courses are offered every year said Robert Baker, director of continuing education at Keene State College. Baker said KSC has not always held the services of […]

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The growth of Fast Break Broadcasting

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Eugene “Gino” Vallante’s involvement with Keene State College grew in the years after KSC Men’s Basketball Head Coach Robert Colbert’s 2011 email exchange with former New England College players.  Fast Break Broadcasting, Vallante’s privately owned broadcasting company, covered a plethora of KSC sports since it’s 2004 conception.  The only KSC employee listed on Fast Break’s […]

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Journalist sheds light on food waste

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Tuesday, April 22, journalist and food waste expert Jonathan Bloom threw an empty Coca-Cola can onto the floor of Centennial Hall in the Keene State College Alumni Center in front of over 50 KSC students, faculty and Keene residents. He did not throw it to be rude or to trash the campus; Bloom threw […]

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Yogi teaches KSC students about Buddhism

Yogi teaches KSC students about Buddhism

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

A new face visited Keene State College to assist students in putting theory to practice during a meditation seminar. This is the first course ever offered at KSC that teaches Buddhist philosophy. Samuel Hawkes, a communication professor who is teaching the course Buddhist Philosophy 290, explained the class will have guest Lama Gursam visit. Gursam […]

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Senator Kelly strives for women’s rights

Senator Kelly strives for women’s rights

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

As Women’s and Gender Studies grows as a major at Keene State College, doors open for women to speak and aim to inspire developing students. On Monday, April 21, the Women’s and Gender Studies Honor Society welcomed Senator Molly Kelly to speak at Rhodes Hall. The event covered issues such as legislation on abortion, capital […]

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Admin urged to provide students prompt, sustained response

Admin urged to provide students prompt, sustained response

| April 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Nearly ten years ago, on Sunday, January 23, 2005, a  former New England College basketball player emailed NEC Athletic Director Lori Runksmeier, former NEC Interim President John Stevens — and Keene State College Director of Athletics John Ratliff. In the email obtained by The Equinox, the subject line read, “Gino Vallante.”  As written, the nine-year-old […]

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