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Maya Kraus named student of color advocate

Castleton University created a new position that gives students of color an outlet to express their concerns and talk about racial issues in their lives and on campus. In late September, Dean Gillian Galle sent out an email to Castleton faculty, staff, and students announcing professor of dance Maya Kraus […]


Wellness Center programs supporting students

Isabelle Nichols has been spending her time making flyers and bulletins to spread awareness around the Castleton University campus. “A lot of students probably have more on their mind, but students are definitely unaware of the programs at school that are available to help them if they need it,” Nichols […]

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CAB Trivia still going strong

On Friday, Sept. 4 at 8 p.m., it was time for Trivia, and students hastened to find a seat to play the game with Shaun Williams and James Wolfe serving as hosts. Williams announced the questions and Wolfe recorded the scores by walking around the pavilion. It was a night […]


Local products on Main St.

There’s a hidden gem in the town of Castleton every Thursday that many students might not know about. Starting in the early summer and ending in the early fall, from 3:30-6 p.m., there is a farmer’s market in the beautiful Castleton Village. Local venders gather and set up tents to […]


No place to park?

Parking seems to be a reoccurring issue among Castleton State College students. They complain every year that there are not enough parking spots, especially when the enrollment of the college is increasing while the number of parking spaces is not. And since the Castleton campus is undergoing construction this semester, […]


Rebuilding has begun

After Hurricane Irene, many questions were asked by students and faculty about what would become of the downstairs in the Spartan Athletic Facility that was essentially destroyed. But just weeks after the storm that devastated Vermont, the rebuilding process has begun, answering those questions.  “The entire area down there was […]


Potential food change at CSC

Castleton State College and other Vermont State schools may be serving different food to its students by the end of next year. Next June Aramark’s contract with Vermont State Schools will be coming to an end and Castleton’s administration is gearing up with its sister schools to create a new […]


Construction ongoing at CSC

When Samantha Ralph left Castleton in spring, she had a view from her window that most students would enjoy: tennis courts, a parking lot, and a glimpse of Spartan Stadium. Upon returning to Wheeler Hall this year, the senior business major has quite a different view. A concrete foundation now […]