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Mushin’ around on break

Winter vacation had just started. No more classes, no more homework.  While the rest of the world was sleeping soundly, Castleton freshman Dillon Gast was getting up at 5:30 a.m., while it was still dark out, to get on a sled and ride for 24 miles behind a pack of […]

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CSC athletes work to share sports

The athletes of Castleton State College are teaming up to make sure kids in underprivileged countries have the opportunity to play sports too.  Working with Right To Play, an international foundation that gives underprivileged children an opportunity to make their lives better by playing sports, Lindsey Gullet, a Castleton senior […]

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Judith Carruthers to retire

After 12 years of dedicated work to Castleton State College, Career Development Director Judith Carruthers announced last week that she intends to retire at the end of this semester. Carruthers said she made the push to retire after hearing news of her second grandchild to be born in July, and […]

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V-Day brings abuse awareness

While giddy couples pranced around on Valentine’s Day, exchanging cards, chocolates and dinner dates, one group at Castleton was working to spread a different meaning of Valentine’s Day. To them it is more than that – it is a day to raise awareness to end violence against women and girls. […]

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One Giant parade

All of New York City was blanketed in Giants blue as massive amounts of people gathered in the streets during the team’s Super Bowl parade last on Feb. 7. It was an exciting day to be Giants fans like Castleton State College students Kevin Alberque, Ryan Stanek and Stew Quinn, […]

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Makin’ up for lost time one day at a time

     Sara Yager is 5, or 20, depending on how you look at it. She was born Feb. 29, 1992, and her birthday comes once every four years.      Yager, a sophomore nursing student at Castleton, is a leap day baby or a “leapling.” According to leapyearday.com, the odds of […]

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Freshman Column

There’s never really been a real answer in my mind to curing all stress and making sure that I’m getting all my homework done along with still having a great social life. I was always that student that went to all her classes, did all her homework, and still had […]

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Senior Column

I wonder how often it is that a reality check occurs to people while they’re sitting on the couch? For me it happened just the other day. While watching TV, my room-mate came in looking rather flustered. He proceeded to tell me how our landlord had been calling him over […]

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Happy hearts mix it up for Valentine’s Day

Are you in a healthy relationship? Does your partner give you what you need to be happy and do you know what they want as well? Do you have a positive stream of communication or is it a lot of texting and screaming? It may be the week of sweet […]

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Always striving, not always relaxing

The glass doors of the Calvin Coolidge library swing open and Catherine Burke rushes in. The busy accounting student wears a ruffled purple dress and carries a blue lunchbox, shoulder bag and backpack. She drops her bags and begins talking as fast as she came in. “I just went swimming […]