Articles by: Kelley, Kassidy R

Penultimate: Ready to leave

April 24, 2016 8:08 pm
Penultimate: Ready to leave

I’m ready to leave. The scary thought sneaks its way into my head while I file papers. My feet have dragged across this campus for years. I’ve been a student of life here. I created an attitude, and a determination in Newspaper meetings. I learned how to argue by speaking […]

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(VIDEO) Cast of Oklahoma! forms a flash mob

October 15, 2015 3:24 pm

The cast of Oklahoma! formed a flash mob during lunchtime in the dining hall on Oct. 15. Students and faculty came together to perform the title song. The musical premieres tonight at 7:30 PM. https://www.facebook.com/veritasnewsenc/videos/749743855152929/

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Four faculty and staff members retire after decades of dedication

May 6, 2015 9:40 am
Four faculty and staff members retire after decades of dedication

ENC will be saying goodbye to two faculty and two staff members who are retiring in 2015. Faculty members Professor Lambert Brandes of the Music Department and Dr. Nancy Detwiler of the Athletics Department have together contributed over 100 years of service to ENC. (For a retirement story on Dr. […]

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Men’s basketball 3rd in CCC, plays home in first playoff game

February 23, 2015 10:00 am
Men’s basketball 3rd in CCC, plays home in first playoff game

ENC’s men’s basketball narrowly defeated longtime rival Gordon College in a 65-59 win during the concluding match of the regular season on Feb. 21. The Lions have had a consistently impressive season, with 21 wins and only 4 season losses. This win also takes the Lions to a 14-4 record […]

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“Ivory Tower” documentary highlights issues of higher education

November 3, 2014 10:00 am
“Ivory Tower” documentary highlights issues of higher education

Four faculty and staff led a panel discussion with students following a screening of the documentary “Ivory Tower” on Oct. 27. The documentary focused on the rising student debt crisis and questioned the importance of higher education in the midst of the crippling debt. Following students who have lost free tuition at […]

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KASSIDY KELLEY: Islamophobia gives way to double standards in NFL

October 13, 2014 1:09 pm

Husain Abdullah, a safety for the Kansas City Chiefs and a devout Muslim, was hit with a penalty flag during the Chiefs v. Patriots game on Sept. 29, sparking worldwide controversy over the double standard of religious rules in the NFL. Abdullah scored his second career touchdown, slid into the […]

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Creative Corner: “I’ll Survive” by Kassidy Kelley

October 5, 2014 10:53 pm

(The Creative Corner is where students can display original works of writing (either short stories or poems) to share with the ENC community.)   23. The juiciest slice of meat hung on a makeshift hook twirling slowly, entrancing the frost bitten couple. “Go on Caleb, you eat it this time. I’ll […]

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Cross Country halfway through season

September 28, 2014 7:16 pm
Cross Country halfway through season

The men’s and women’s cross country teams, totaling 20 runners, kicked off the season with a race at Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Sept. 6. Junior Jill Russell (Wappingers Falls, N.Y.) led the women’s team with an 18th place finish, running the 5K in 25:07. Senior Emily Ansel (Lititz, Pa.) also […]

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KASSIDY KELLEY: Writers should be inspired by Boston

6:54 pm

  Being a writer has led me to look for inspiration wherever I can find it. Boston has a rich literary history that leads writers and readers to immense inspiration. Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, and so many creative minds all walked and wrote about these fascinating city streets. That cobblestone you […]

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