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Playing through COVID

  The COVID-19 virus caused a halt to Castleton University around this time last year. It took the United States by storm and has drastically affected students. It also canceled all sports and has made the return to sports this year a very slippery slope for the teams at Castleton. […]

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My first win at Devil’s Bowl

It was another cool September night at the race track. The Super Stock race was scheduled to be the last race of the night.  “Super Stocks, cars number 99, 23, 54, 555 and 55, line up in the staging area,” I heard over the loudspeakers.  I was car number 23, […]

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Another virtual graduation

  The Castleton senior class of 2021 is facing disappointment in light of recent news regarding this year’s commencement ceremony.  Castleton President Jonathan Spiro sent an email early on Feb. 22 announcing the ceremony would be virtual this year, due to social distancing protocols and the travel limitations from COVID-19.  […]

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We still need a new house

On Jan 21, 2017, as many as 4.6 million Americans gathered in demonstrations across the country in protest of expected challenges under newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump. Believed to have been largest single-day demonstration in our country’s history, the Women’s March demanded full recognition of women’s reproductive rights, the culture of […]

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Low-key events are a hit

Hearts were on sleeves and inside stuffed bears at a Castleton Campus Activities Board event that drew over 150 students on Feb. 12 – just before Valentine’s Day. The event, a “Stuff Your Own” stuffed animal night, proved to be one of the most popular events that the board has […]

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Zoomed out

  It has been nearly a year since the world turned upside down and sent most employees  and nearly every student in the world to an online format. It was a new way of learning that came with many pros and many cons.  One of the cons is known as […]

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Coach Maher returns for limited Nordic ski schedule

Castleton University Nordic ski coach Marty Maher has returned to the program for the 2020-2021 season in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Maher, who will turn 70 years old in May, was in his 46th year of coaching last year when he decided to retire. That retirement turned out […]