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Student Assembly approves budgets for new campus organizations

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Student Assembly met on Tuesday, Sept. 30 in the Mountain View room to discuss this week’s business. Keene State College’s chapter of Big Brother Big Sister requested a budget of $2320 for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. Organization representative Samuel Anderson explained that they did not submit a budget by the deadline last year because the […]

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KSC Counseling Center creates ‘Feeling Different?’ campaign

KSC Counseling Center creates ‘Feeling Different?’ campaign

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

A mysterious informational campaign has appeared across campus. Business cards and stickers with three aliens are appearing in academic buildings and bathroom mirrors displaying facts about first-year students.  One card reads, “Over half of past KSC freshmen though that everyone else seemed smarter than they were.” The cards list no other details, there is no […]

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Student Assembly approves five organization requests

Student Assembly approves five organization requests

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Student Assembly met Tuesday, Sept. 23 in the Mountain View room of the student center. Several student organizations were in attendance to request funding for the semesters activities. The Keene State Investment requested a budget of $4,170.00 for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. The club has approximately 30 to 40 members and they are planning trips […]

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Author speaks about Holocaust experience

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The facts of the Holocaust are well-known, but solutions to prevent further mass genocides have not yet been discovered.  A second-generation Holocaust survivor, Eva Hoffman, presented her life story for Keene State College students on Monday Sept. 15, 2014. Hoffman is a daughter of Jewish survivors, learning  second-hand about her parents’ experiences in Poland. Hoffman […]

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5k raises money for young adults with cancer

5k raises money for young adults with cancer

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The frigid morning air of Sept. 20 was greeted by warm welcomes as over 40 runners awaited registration within Wheelock Park in Keene, N.H.  Embracing that morning air, attendees of the Third Annual Strong Like a River 5k conversed around picnic tables topped with hot coffee and bagels. The small asphalt park road was lined […]

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New masculinity class on campus

New masculinity class on campus

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

There is a new class at Keene State College this semester and it is all about men.  Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez, a KSC professor of 15-years, introduced the class Men and Masculinity. Pedroza Gonzalez said her goal is to change students’ perceptions of social media’s presentation of men.  “In a very basic gender education we are […]

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Journalist compiles WWI stories from veterans

Journalist compiles WWI stories from veterans

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author Richard Rubin sat in the living rooms of many different heroes between 2003 and 2013.  Some of them cried. Some were hard of hearing. Some of them spoke haltingly, enunciating every syllable. No matter what their reactions were, Rubin didn’t mind. He was just glad they were alive. “My goal wasn’t even to write […]

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Market Basket teach-in takes place on campus

Market Basket teach-in takes place on campus

| September 17, 2014 | 1 Comments

The Keene State College American Democracy Project hosted the Market Basket Teach-In on Thursday, Sept. 11.  The standing-room-only crowd piled into the Student Center Flag Room to hear a panel of students and faculty discuss the issues surrounding the Market Basket labor dispute. KSC Management Professor Emily Porschitz facilitated the discussion. She opened by explaining […]

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Int. Alternative Spring Break receives funding

| September 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

David Walsh News Editor   Eleven members the Keene State College Student Assembly met on Tuesday, Sept. 16 on the Mountain View room. International Alternative Spring Break placed a funding request for $10,000 towards their 2015 trip to the Dominican Republic. Coordinator of Community Service Jessica Gagne Cloutier represented the organization along with student team […]

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New first-year dorms approved on Keene State College campus

New first-year dorms approved on Keene State College campus

| September 17, 2014 | 1 Comments

The rumors are true: a new dorm at Keene State College is in the works.  With the help from the state, KSC has been able to afford the construction of a new first-year dorm on campus that will house roughly 300 students in the fall of 2016. Kemal Atkins is the new vice president for […]

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