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More than my race

​It took me a long time to consider myself a “writer.” And in coming to that conclusion, another problem arose. As I’ve written more columns, more editorials, more anything that’s been published beyond the Notes app on my phone or the countless half-finished journals I have laying around, the more […]

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Reality of the overturn

Since the Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade on June 24, which dismissed the federal right to abortion in the U.S., citizens both for and against the ruling have expressed their convictions. Castleton University students and faculty recently weighed in with thoughts of their own. “I was shocked,” said […]

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McNair Program Q&A with Britt Green

In 1986, the United States Department of Education established the McNair Scholars Program — a graduate preparation program named for astronaut and physicist Ronald E. McNair. In 2017, Castleton joined the list of schools across the country who offer a McNair program on campus. Brittany Green, the head of Castleton’s […]

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Alumni Association annual meeting highlights community needs

Sheltered under the pavilion early on Sept. 10 for Homecoming weekend, the Castleton University Alumni Association gathered to discuss important events and updates beside their own homecoming stand.    While the meeting was not attended by all members and was interrupted by the assemblage of homecoming activities, there was no […]

Arts

Club fair ’Fit Check: Jessica Emery

Q. Can you introduce yourself? A. My name is Jessica Emery, I’m an English major and I’m a sophomore.  Q. What are you wearing today? A. I’m wearing these tights that I cut from the Dollar Tree. This shirt, I think, is from H&M. My skirt is my cheerleading skirt […]

Arts Opinion

The clothing bias against plus-size bodies

Companies that claim to be progressive and “all-inclusive” place their clothing that is sizes 14-18+ in a separate section of the store. These styles are usually much more modest and listed at a higher price than the “standard” sized clothing.   They think they’re being progressive, but really, it’s just […]

Arts

Amped up: CU’s workout playlist

I walk into the campus gym and my heart drops.  Where the hell is everybody?  I was hoping for a little bit of variety of people to choose from, but forget about that.  Anyway, I walked up to Nate Warrington, who was clearly in the grove. I might as well […]

Arts

Beyond K-Pop: An introduction to Korean music

If you’ve spent time with me outside of class, you’ve probably been gently forced to listen to Korean music. At this point, honestly, that might be the case even if you haven’t spent time with me outside of class.    I very strongly feel that I can get anyone, regardless […]

News Opinion

Babygate continues on

A trend that is as ominous as it is confusing has spread across campus in recent weeks — the appearance of small, plastic babies on suite balconies, in bathrooms, and in other mysterious places.  The news of this originated with several anonymous YikYak posts appearing, quite literally, out of nowhere. […]

Sports

Final Spartan homecoming football game

Castleton University celebrates its last homecoming before the merger with its football team ready to go. The Vermont State University name will take on the task next year of providing a weekend of family fun.  This weekend, Castleton Football was looking for their first win after dropping their opening game […]