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Zombies attack CSC!

Things had taken a turn for the worse for the six survivors. Just two days after the infection had reached campus, they had run out of food and made the decision to venture to the cafeteria in search of more. Along the way they had encountered one or two “walkers” […]

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History club hosts occupy Wall Street roundtable meeting

  Occupy Wall Street is becoming a global issue. Across the world, primarily middle and lower class citizens are protesting social and economic inequality, corporate greed, corruption and the influence of government.  Their slogan, “We are the 99 percent,” references those who are struggling compared to the 1 percent who […]

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Former CSC student charged in bank robbery

  A former Castleton State College student made regional headlines recently after she and her boyfriend were charged with robbing Citizen’s Bank in Poultney, reportedly to fuel a heroin addiction. Jill Ludwig, 30, and John Maynard, 30, both of Castleton, were arrested Nov. 2 about 90 minutes after the heist […]

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Physical plant building stirs old memories

Perched on the hill at the far side of the South Street parking lot is the new physical plant building that is expected to be completed in late November. Workers are putting the final touches on the $2 million building that will resemble a rustic Vermont barn. What many people […]

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Alumnus spreads the CSC word

 Sometimes life just works out — whether or not you know what you want to do with yours or not. May graduate Alison Clark is a good example of this. When the communication major graduated five months ago with a concentration in mass media, she wasn’t sure what she wanted […]

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Castleton Challenge

On Nov. 6 at 11 a.m., the advanced facility and event management class will be hosting the Castleton Challenge. Willing participants will pay a $5 entry fee, receive a t-shirt, gain access to prizes and raffles and complete a two mile obstacle course on campus. “The event is approximately two […]

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Training the body and the mind

Punch! Kick! Tackle! Two sweaty, gloved fighters collide into each other and slam into the ground. They sprawl and twist around each other trying to get the upper hand. One gets on top of the other and starts swinging punches at the other’s head. Finally the instructor shouts “stop!” and […]

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Government officials respond to rally

On Oct. 20, Vermont State College students expressed their outrage and dissatisfaction about the lack of state aid allotted annually to the “public institutions” under the VSC system.  Their cries for support have been heard, if not by all, at least by a few. Though there was no political representation […]

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Construction noise pollutes sleepy campus

‘Beep, Beep, Beep’ ‘Bang, Bang, Bang.’ Every day at 7 a.m. these sounds are waking up Castleton State College students in residence halls near the construction of New Hall — and they’re starting to get irritated. Freshman Matt Woodward is less than happy with the lack of sleep the heavy […]

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CSC club heads to Africa

    “My family and I live in fear every day, and every night.” These were the first words that Grace Nimaro, who grew up in the northern part of Uganda, spoke at the Invisible Children event on Sept. 29, hosted by Student Activists for Africa. She launched into an […]