Freshman Brenda Lambert has completed working with her father and ‘Images of America’ publishing to co-author the book, Stoughton in the 20th Century. The father-daughter pair began writing during Brenda’s senior year of high school, and they finished the book, which focuses on the history of Stoughton, Mass., in February […]
Students in Professor Laurie Giles’ Advocacy class started a campaign called “Buddy Bags” which aims to fight against...
Every college student deserves a brain-break from reading, writing, and studying. What better way to relax than to binge-watch the...
The NCAA tournament is here again, which means only one thing: let the madness begin. March Madness brings together basketball teams...
The Smoothie and Java Jamborees last week brought students together in Spange Parlor to enjoy the live performances of student musicians while simultaneously enjoying free smoothies. The Jamboree, taking place March 16 and 17, was put together in order to improve upon the previous semester’s “smoothie night.” Community Life Graduate […]Read more ›
This article has been edited from its original version to better reflect the campus’ rules and regulations. The rules for dorm room searches, and security guidelines for searches has been a central discussion on campus that seems to have no concrete answer. Students understandably have strong expectations that the privacy […]Read more ›
The spring semester flies by so rapidly that by the time spring break arrives, we are caught off guard; we quite honestly cannot imagine what to do with copious free time. For those of us not heading to some place tropical, we spend the whole break trying to figure out […]Read more ›
Just as Adam and Eve were God’s creation, they are reincarnated in Micah McCaw’s recently released duo EPs, Adam and Eve. Adam contains one song that is one minute long and Eve contains two songs, the first song is one minute and the second song two minutes. Adam is an […]Read more ›
Hidden snugly in the towering apartments and office buildings of Boston’s skyline sits an accomplished and renowned conservatory academy devoted to dance, music, and theater. A passerby could hardly differentiate the dorms of this school from nearby buildings, but upon closer inspection of the Victorian lamps and brass-handled doors, the […]Read more ›
A friend of mine once said, “If I wasn’t a Christian, I wouldn’t have a life.” Hearing this, I realized that Jesus calls us for more than just an hour at church. Christianity is a commitment in a chapel on Sunday, but moreover, it is a commitment that hands over […]Read more ›
“The Boy Next Door” is a carbon copy stalker-thriller that audiences are well too familiar with. This film begins with newly divorced high school English teacher Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez), who falls for none other than the young, muscular neighbor next door, Noah Sandborn (Ryan Guzman). As per usual, things […]Read more ›
The second “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?”was held in the RCA on Feb. 27, where students continued to show off their improvisational comedy skills. Participating in February traditions, the theme of the night was Valentine’s Day. The performers, sophomore Greg Whitney, freshman Kyera Bryant, junior Canaan Hess, and senior Evan […]Read more ›
Students and student leaders gathered for this semester’s first Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The first-ever Town Hall meeting was held at the end of last semester, and they will continue to be held monthly for the remainder of spring semester. These meetings function as a way for […]Read more ›
Only a handful of students attended the Winter Formal on Saturday night, Feb. 22. The SGA-organized event took place in the caf, where the tables were cleared, hot chocolate and punched were served, streamers hung from the ceiling, and lights were strewn about the dance floor. The simplistic yet charming set […]Read more ›