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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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‘Fit Check: Convocation edition

Fit Check is back! For the first installment of this year, Lily ran into first-year students Ellie Schliebener and Rachel McNeil, two friends dressed up for convocation and wearing matching outfits.   What year are you in school?  Ellie Schliebener: We’re both first year.   What are your majors?  Rachel […]

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Conversation with an artist: Mason Svayg

Q: How long have you been making art for? A: I’ve been making art ever since I was a little kid, but it hasn’t been till recently where my love for art exploded. I never used to take art seriously. I thought it was just a fun activity. But once […]

Arts News

Event Genesis: student artists make noise

Thumps of bouncing bass, orange ropes on stakes, the lingering scent of booze n’ green, red arrows on the ground, a “Live Music” sign, and seven industrial-size trashcans are what welcomed them to the first-ever, Event Genesis.  It doesn’t sound like much, but once attendees turned that corner off Main […]

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A rising star close to home

On Saturday, April 26, local musicians held a concert in the backyard of some students’ house on Main St.  The event was called Genesis, and was the first of a hopeful new tradition for Castleton students as a way for local musicians to perform.  The performers showed up early, a […]

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‘Fit check: Spartan seniors

SFor this year’s final edition of ‘Fit Check, Lily Doton rounded up the Spartan’s seniors: Editor-in-Chief Aris Sherwood, Managing Editor Sophia Buckley-Clement, Web Editor Hannah Williams, Marty Kelly III, Jasmin Gomez, Will Buck, and Adam Osha.  What kinds of things do you write for the Spartan? AS: I like writing […]

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Senior art shows: the stress and satisfaction

Yuto Sesekura stares at the large fabric sculpture on the floor of the library gallery. The artist is in the middle of setting up his senior show. Holding his chin, Sesekura is deep in thought over how he wants the sculpture he made in the spring of 2020 to be […]