Sitting straight in a chair, legs and bare feet crossed under him, Dave Carrier mindlessly spun a bent fork around his fingers. “You are nothing without your bumfork and your bumfork is nothing without you,” Carrier said with a smirk.
Their candles were a bright contrast to the dimming light of the evening. There were about 40 of them, candles in hand marching for a cause. It was the 18th annual Take Back The Night march at Castleton State College and there was most definitely a presence felt that evening.
Writing her secret down on a tiny piece of paper, Tiaunna Leddick drops it into a brightly colored box with example post cards pasted to it. “Shhhh, it’s a secret,” Leddick said, leaning in close to whisper. Leddick is pushing to keep the secrets alive.
The Castleton men’s lacrosse team proved they deserved the top seed in the North Atlantic Conference when they beat New England College 17-5 in the championship game on Saturday night. The team was glad they hosted and gained home field advantage, which paid off seeing as how there was quite a large and engaged crowd.
Imagine running around barefoot and trying to play soccer, a game that revolves around kicking a ball. Imagine the pain on the bottom of your feet from the harsh ground you play on or the sting on your skin that would come from kicking the ball.
Junior Chelsea Sheehan stands professionally with her hands tucked behind her back, waiting for someone’s interest to peek enough for them to stop and ask her about her poster. The title, “Time to Weigh In,” lines the top and when asked, she begins her well practice and strong presentation on body image, perfectionism, eating disorders and self-esteem.
Contraceptives, family relations and equality were all important topics of conversation during the Soundings event on April 25. American attorney and women’s rights activist, Sandra Fluke took the stage a lecture concerning general issues rising in society.
Has anyone been wondering why there have been odd things going on around campus like people eating mayonnaise out of a jar, and holding a sign that asks for money even though they don’t need it? Sociology professor Paul Derby has the explanation. Derby explained last week that these students were completing something called the Capstone Seminar and Sociology Project, required of his senior graduate students.