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CSC celebrates peace

More than 100 students and professors gathered on the lawn in front of Haskell Hall last Wednesday to form a huge human peace sign as the culminating event in recognizing the International Day of Peace.    The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly […]

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Students start sports show

Last spring senior Kyle Turner had the idea of creating a sports broadcasting show focusing on the college’s athletic teams. His vision is now a reality. Alongside co-host Hannah Messer, Turner is set to deliver scores, highlights, and other aspects of sporting events at Castleton on Spartan Sports Weekly. The […]

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Evesdropped: A Face Issue

  On any usual Thursday, I’d be hiding away on the backside of the library, doing my homework diligently (but really knee-deep in ruining the lives of five Sim children in a game of the Sims 3) as I wait for my next class to start – a time span […]

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Watch your language

Don’t hate. Grammarians are people too. Yes, we properly place commas into text messages, “lol”. By golly, we may even throw in a “whom” here and there. And yet, no one truly understands the deeply troubled lives we live. Most new reads come with sigh-worthy woes. Normal civilians walk in […]

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Game Review: Portal 2

People come to expect a lot from sequels, and very rarely does the developer follow through as perfectly as Valve did with Portal 2. The original Portal took a very simple premise and put it into mind-bending practice: use a portal gun to navigate your way around a series of […]

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Seniors act out

Students crowd into the library to write their final papers, projects and study for final exams. But theater department seniors have different type of final to prepare for. They have their own production.   This year, they did a performance of “Misanthrope” in the Black Box Theater. “Misanthrope” is a […]

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Brian Regan at the Paramount

Downtown Rutland was seeing more activity than it usually did on April 27. Cars pulled up to the jam-packed Paramount Theater to drop off passengers before hunting for parking spots, while others simply drove by, their drivers content to be walking on such a gorgeous night. A woman in a […]

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Game Review: Shift 2: Unleashed

A racing sim on the surface, an arcade racer at heart. 4 out of 5Shift 2 Unleashed is trying to break the mold of racing games by focusing on the battle of the driver. I feel compelled to continue playing in driver’s view because it’s so well done; better, in […]

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Music Review: Sum 41

Sum 41 returned on March 29 with their fifth studio album Screaming Bloody Murder, which is essentially the first four albums put into one. They’ve completely abandoned the late ’90s sound from Half Hour of Power. What remains is a healthy mix of the powerful speed of All Killer No […]

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Game Review: Bioshock 2

Bioshock 2 was released in 2012. The story begins in a sci-fi 1958 in an underwater city named Rapture. Subject Delta is awakened and confused by what is going on. Delta is an alpha series "Big Daddy", a sort of hero even though other Big Daddies are bad. He is […]