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CU to begin offering a new dance minor

Castleton University has a new dance minor on campus. Once a thriving major with many different specific categories of dancing, Castleton has officially started on its road back to that place with its new addition of a dance minor. And the whole project has been spear headed by Castleton’s dance […]

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Pops and the ‘cave’ radio

Castleton freshman Will Buck's father Scott Buck hoists a fantasy football trophy in "The Cave," as his brother Avery looks on with disappointment. My dad is one of those guys that you’d consider an “old guy” … or at least that’s what he considers himself. Scott E. Buck was born […]

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Theater students invade London

Castleton theater students enrolled in “Plays of Castleton” traveled to London over spring break.  Alain Ace Burtonboy / Spartan contributor If you come to Castleton University, or anywhere to study theater, it would make sense that somewhere along the lines you would have to go watch good, live theater. At […]

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Reaching the finish line: farewell from a fellow Spartan

It’s bittersweet to think that this could be the very last thing I write for the paper, knowing that in a few weeks my time as a Castleton student will be over. So buckle up kiddos, because we’re about to hit an emotional road trip and I need to finish […]

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Int’l students work with Fair Haven students

We see international students on the Castleton University campus every day, whether it’s in class or in the dorms. But now, thanks a joint effort, they are making an impact outside the university. Several international students from Castleton University are collaborating with Fair Haven Union High School on a world […]

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Students behind the characters

Photo Credit: Martin Vanburen III / Castleton Spartan This past week, the Castleton Theater department put on their spring musical of “Catch Me If You Can.” The musical was a high energy show based on the life of Frank Abagnale Jr. who makes a living writing and cashing fraudulent checks. He […]

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Spring break plans vary for students

From doing nothing, to traveling all over, Castleton students have many different plans for the quickly approaching April break. Working, however, seemed to be the default answer for many. Freshman Baylee Lawrence has plans for an overnight in Boston with a friend from home. She’s excited to explore the city […]

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Mentalist leaves Castleton students in awe

Mentalist Mat Lavore tripped up the minds of Castleton students with different activities when he came to campus in March.  Kaitlyn Clark / Spartan Contributor Think of your favorite dessert. Now take the last letter and use it to think of a breakfast food that starts with that letter. Got […]

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Auditions in Massachusetts left a big impression

Jac Culpo, left, and Rudy Ryan, right, perform last semester in “As You Like it.” Both recently performed in the New England Theater Conference in Natick, Massachusetts. As a college student here at Castleton University, I’ll admit, I have almost no idea what I’m going to do after I graduate. […]

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Trump keeps SNL relevant

Alec Baldwin portrays President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live and has been great for ratings. With more than four decades of political satire and quotable skits under its belt, NBC’s Saturday Night Live has certainly proven itself as a prominent form of comedic entertainment among Americans.  Some claim the […]