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‘Slow grind’ leads Moe to France

It had been months since former Castleton University running back Moses Harris last played on a football field in a series of All-Star games hoping to get noticed by professional scouts. The opportunity to continue playing football past college is one not many receive. Harris just wanted a chance. In […]

Sports

Bardellini continues to impress

Northfield, New Hampshire is known for its stunning bodies of water, picturesque trees and mountains to hike. But with the immediate impact she’s had in such a short period of time, freshman dual-sport athlete Kaitlin Bardellini may soon join that list. For someone who has been playing the sport of […]

Sports

Move over lapped cars

NASCAR is the only professional sport that has every team competing in the same event at once. So unlike the MLS or NHL that might have 15 games happening at once but at different arenas in different states, NASCAR has all its teams racing at the same facility at the […]

Sports

Spartans drop two hard fought games

A rough week for the Spartans women’s soccer team saw two consecutive losses; one at home to Middlebury College and one on the road at Western Connecticut State University. The 3-0 loss at Dave Wolk Stadium to the Tigers of Middlebury College on Tuesday was more of a learning experience […]

Sports

From hockey to ringette

Castleton women’s ice hockey alumni Colleen Senecal and Brianna Stanford (Behmke), have been selected to compete for the United States at the 2019 World Ringette Championships in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Both Senecal and Stanford played for Castleton in 2006-2007. After continuous training and tryouts in Michigan and Philadelphia, they […]

Sports

Soccer raises money for Grassroot Soccer

The Castleton men’s soccer program is getting ready to put on its 6th annual Grassroot Soccer 3v3 Pick Up Benefit Soccer Tournament. The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 27 at Dave Wolk Stadium with check in starting at noon and games kicking off at 1 p.m. According to […]

News

Spinning away at CU

On a warm Friday afternoon in late September, Rowie Budde, a senior at Castleton University, decided to take a near life-long hobby out into the sun. With a bag of wool and big wooden spinning wheel over her shoulder, Budde set out to spend a few hours spinning her own […]

Columns

Dissecting Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’

One of the most powerful and influential things in my life is music. To me, music is therapy. When I’m down, music lifts me up. When I go on my 4-hour drive from Connecticut to Vermont, what gets me through is music. It’s such a huge part of my life. […]

Features

She will be Christopher

It’s a Monday night and Jordan Thrane, a senior at Castleton University, is getting ready for auditions. She looks around and sees nine other boys auditioning for the role she wants; Christopher, a 15-year-old boy. Little did she know that later that night, Harry McEnerny, the director, would cast her […]

News

Castleton University runs on caffeine

Caffeine is something that most people enjoy having in their day to keep them moving – and Castleton University is no different. Freshman Sofia Garner drinks roughly two cups of coffee a day so that she can pay attention and not be lazy through her classes. She might also have […]