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Student cashes in

Last year, Timothy Mackintosh found a dollar bill in aisle five of Hannaford. With that dollar bill, he bought candy bars to sell to others. He sold and traded until that dollar became $100. With that $100 he bought 40 raffle tickets and won a $1,500 guitar. Mackintosh was the […]

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Inside physical plant’s new home

    Looking down South Street, past the parking lot known as “Africa,” one can see the vivid red boldness of the new Physical Plant barn against the typical green Vermont scenery. This new building has replaced the dingy, dusty and decrepit Physical Plant building located near the Spartan Stadium. The […]

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Reflections on Jamaica

     Easter Sunday I sat in the airport crying. I was in a circle with 10 other people. We were all from Alternative Spring Break. We weren’t crying because our flight was cancelled or because we weren’t getting home until late we were crying because we were reflecting on […]

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Communications office always busy

The sound of keyboards chirp as three people sit at their computers with the soft glow from the screens illuminating their concentrated faces. The air is warm and smells of worn books and coffee. A phone rings. Everyone here is busy – and it’s hardly 8 a.m. This is the […]

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Professor writes book about Civil War

It’s been about 10 years coming, but Andre Fleche is finally able to see the fruits of his labor. What began as his doctoral dissertation has evolved into a published book, titled “The Revolution of 1861: The American Civil War in the Age of Nationalist Conflict (Civil War America).” “Americans […]

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Riquelme named as new tech. director

As one well respected technical exits, a new leader takes center stage. After stepping down as Technical Director of Castleton Services, Chad Voghell has passed on the throne to Castleton senior Louis Riquelme.   The technical theater and design major, who has been Voghell’s assistant for the past three years, […]

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Students take advantage of early spring

With days this past week averaging about 70 degrees most, students and teachers have been spotted outside taking full advantage of the unseasonably warm weather. Whether it be students playing Frisbee near the library or lounging around in bathing suits in front of Huden, spring fever has hit the Castleton […]

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Students go to NYC for journalism conference

The bright lights and big city have a certain effect on communication students. The New York City trip to the College Media Association’s annual conference was not only a success for the lessons learned, but for the fun and firsts experienced.                   Meg Davis comes bounding out of her session, […]

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Alumnus returns to library

The first thing most Castleton students do when they first walk into the library is look to their immediate left to see what student’s are working. Nowadays, when you glance over, you’ll see a young man sporting a tight buzz cut with a band of sharks circling his large bicep. […]

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Professor brings “Ain’t I a Person” documentary to campus

Political activist and retired professor Keith Kilty will be presenting his documentary titled “Ain’t I a Person” at 7 p.m. on April 10 in Harrick Auditorium in the Stafford Academic Center.  Kilty is professor emeritus in the College of Social Work at Ohio State University who has dedicated his life […]