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SGA gets new president

The ballots have been cast and the votes are in. Community advisor and next year senior Michael Shalginewicz will be the new Student Government Association president and his running mates Corrie Keener and Erica Bilodeau will serve as vice president and vice president of academics, respectively.             Despite a campaign […]

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Prof. reminisces about working with Nobel Prize winner

When I was leading the Castleton London Semester in 2006, we visited the British Library and I found myself wandering through an exhibit of the past winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature. And there among the famous laureates, T. S Eliot and William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway, was my […]

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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 […]

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Student gets kids movin’

In his time off the football field, Castleton State College sophomore and Spartan defensive lineman Alec Alspach has taken the initiative to create a physical education mentoring program at the Castleton Village School.  Alspach’s “Castleton Spartan Challenge Program,” runs for nine weeks and is administered to about 30 children between […]

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Chad Voghell leaves after 16 years at Castleton

It’s 1996. Freshly-hired Harry McEnerny is holding auditions for his first production, Dark of the Moon. Amid the chaos and the clamor of the auditions, a sophomore approaches the new professor. “Who are you?” McEnerny asked. “Chad,” he replied. “You’re auditioning?” “No, I’m your sound guy,” Voghell said. “Oh, okay,” […]

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Spartan newspaper on Twitter

Many people follow celebrities.  Others follow athletes.  Some simply follow friends and family members, but now you can follow the Castleton Spartan. The Castleton Spartan newspaper has now stepped deeper into the social networking world by creating a Twitter account, @CastletonSpartan, giving students more opportunities to stay constantly connected to […]

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Tony Peffer to become academic dean

The retirement of Academic Dean Joe Mark signifies the end of an era at Castleton State College, but it marks a beginning for Tony Peffer. While Peffer is already an important part of the CSC community – acting as the dean of Undergraduate Studies – he hopes the transition to […]

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SGA to work with alums

At the Student Government Association meeting on Feb. 29 a member of the Alumni Board approached congress about uniting forces. Ray Sevigny, president of the Alumni Association Board, told the SGA about his hopes for more unity between alums and the SGA. One idea was the creation of a “catalog-yearbook” […]

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Spring breakers headed to Georgia

By Stacy Sullivan and Alyssa Leonard Spartan Contributors The state of Georgia will be home for 14 Castleton State College students during spring break this year. These students have voluntarily given up their spring break to benefit others through Habitat for Humanity. This is the first year the organization has […]