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Students travel to D.C. for protest

Students travel to D.C. for protest

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

A dozen students from Keene State College’s Campus Ecology club joined more than 1,000 other peaceful protesters in Washington D.C. to rally against the Keystone XL Pipeline on March 2. For some group members, their biggest regret was not getting arrested. “That’s our [Campus Ecology’s] biggest regret, is not getting arrested,” KSC Student and Public […]

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City of Keene faces over 200 vehicle break-ins this year

City of Keene faces over 200 vehicle break-ins this year

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

In one year, Keene N.H. faced 249 break-ins, and only six arrests. Lieutenant Steven Stewart of the Keene Police Department said, “In the city of Keene, from March 7, 2013, until March 7, 2014, there have been a reported 249 vehicle break-ins. Between the months of June to December, there have been six arrests made […]

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N.H. takes caution while preparing for snowstorms

N.H. takes caution while preparing for snowstorms

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

In the early weeks of March there were been numerous mini-snowstorms that slowly added to the heaping mounds that lay around. On campus, there are six parking lots for students to keep their cars. Between the parking lots of Pondside I, II and III and the commuter lots, the Winchester lot is the largest in […]

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Organizations seek funds for next year

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

On March 11, Student Assembly approved the constitution of Keene Cannabis Club. Club member Scott Dyer spoke in front of the assembly and said the club had support. Dyer said they have at least 17 members. In addition, the club already had an advisor in place, KSC Professor Rick Foley.  Also, the assembly denied a […]

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Keene State College improves fire safety

Keene State College improves fire safety

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Keene State College has already taken a stand to improve fire safety on campus by installing photoelectric smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in some residential halls.  “At KSC, they are very safe. They have modern alarm systems and they closely follow the safety code and inspection procedures,” Captain of Fire Prevention for the Keene […]

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Young professionals in the Monadnock Region receive recognition at ‘trendsetter’ awards

Young professionals in the Monadnock Region receive recognition at ‘trendsetter’ awards

| March 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

On March 6, members of the Monadnock Region, the N.H. Governor and Keene State College president and faculty gathered at the Alumni Center for the first annual Business Monadnock Trendsetters award ceremony, presented by the Keene Sentinel, Business Monadnock Magazine and the Keene Young Professionals Network.  The awards were presented to young professionals who are […]

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Keene State College Alumnus Passes Away

| March 12, 2014 | 1 Comments

Keene State College alumnus Vincent Carey passed away on Saturday, March 8. Carey graduated from KSC with a Bachelors Degree in Safety and Occupational Health Applied Sciences in May 2012. Carey was from Oxford, Connecticut. During his time at KSC, Carey was an active member in Phi Lambda Chi and well known in the greek […]

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Rwanda Ambassador Skypes with Keene State College

| March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

On March 3, 2014, Keene State College Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Dr. James Waller, introduced several hundred students and community members to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Rwanda to the United States of America, Mathilde Mukantabana. The audience viewed a public conversation between Waller and Mukantabana via Skype in the […]

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New Hampshire marijuana legalization bill still up for debate, voting in progress

New Hampshire marijuana legalization bill still up for debate, voting in progress

| March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Some interest has been expressed in New Hampshire House Bill 492, which would pass the legalization of marijuana in the state of N.H. Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana through a referendum, or statewide vote. New Hampshire does not allow statewide referendums. According to the Live Free or Die Alliance, “Opponents believe that since N.H. has […]

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New Hampshire senator Molly Kelly responds to the Sanborn press conference held at KSC

New Hampshire senator Molly Kelly responds to the Sanborn press conference held at KSC

| March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Following the Keene State College press conference with Republican N.H. Senator Andy Sanborn, Democratic N.H. Senator Molly Kelly stated her views on topics which were brought up at the Feb. 12 event.  Senator Kelly serves District 10 of N.H., which includes the city of Keene. Kelly stated that she had been sent The Equinox coverage […]

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