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PE Dept. gets award from Special Olympics

Castleton State College’s physical education program is all about getting kids moving and the department was recently recognized for getting dozens of Special Olympians and its own students doing just that. The department was recently named Youth Organization of the Year by Vermont Special Olympics. The VSO recognizes non-profit organizations […]

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NCAA rules not to penalize CSC

It’s finally over. After almost two months of speculation around Castleton State College and the surrounding community, the NCAA has reached a decision regarding a violation that forced former coach Rich Alercio to resign on March 1. And it’s good news for the college. The NCAA sent a letter to […]

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Four percent tuition increase for Vermont

The cost of college education is on the rise across the nation and Castleton State College is no exception. Though the recent increase of tuition cost by 4 percent for all Vermont State schools may not seem much, for some students it’s just enough to make life all the more […]

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VSC laptop stolen, students and faculty sound off

On Feb. 28 a laptop was stolen from a staff member of the Vermont State College system, college officials announced last week. The laptop was used for work purposes and may have had some personal information of faculty, staff, students and anyone that may have had any connection with the […]

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Comic Colin Ryan makes finances funny

The audience couldn’t stop laughing on April 23 in Herrick auditorium. What were they laughing about, you may ask? Money. Yeah, not the answer you expected. Comedian and speaker Colin Ryan presented his program "A Comedian’s Guide to Money" to a small audience, making finances funny.  The audience learned many […]

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Library thefts

Vicky Barry was casually doing her homework in a library cubicle when she realized she needed to print some research articles. Not really thinking about it, she got up and left her belongings. When she returned she instantly began to pack up, but before she left she realized that something […]

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Spring festivities at the Castle

Castleton's Spring Weekend, hosted by Residence Life and the Student Government Association, was packed full of events this year and was spread throughout two weeks. Friday April 25 kicked it off with a rubber duck hunt in which ducks were hidden throughout campus for students to find and claim prices. […]

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CSC hires new head of Public Safety

After more than a semester of operating without a director of Public Safety, Castleton College has hired Keith Molinari to fulfill the role. With a background in both law enforcement and Public Safety on a college campus, Molinari said he is eager to become a part of the Castleton community. […]

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Helping in Honduras

As Castleton students trudged through campus in the early spring snow and slush, itching for their impending spring break, a group of nursing students got a head start on the journey to warmer climates. However, this trip was not one of slinky bikinis and the cheapest brews a semester of […]

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Davis strives for equality in the athletic world

Wade Davis was born in the south and raised in the church. He’s an athlete, a golden boy, a NFL star. He’s also openly gay. On April 22, he came to Castleton and spoke to a full Casella Theater, detailing his journey from a confused kid in denial, to a […]