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3B to spread alopecia awareness to Castleton community

With alopecia becoming at the forefront of conversation after Will Smith’s infamous slap, the disease has started to gain more attraction within media. But Castleton student-athlete Rob Guerin has long been dealing with the effects of the disease that causes hair loss. And to support this cause, he is preparing […]

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Harris continues to inspire Spartans

Moe Harris is an absolute beast on the field, and if you talk to those who know him, a great person to emulate off the field. His commanding impact at Castleton University has left history in the record books – but also in others’ hearts. Harris, a New Jersey-native, worked […]

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Mission completed – Next stop: Germany

Every morning when I wake up, one of my first moves is to have a glance at a number on my phone. Today it says 14. That’s 14 days I have left in the United States, before I will leave Castleton to move back to my home country, Germany. With […]

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What the hell happened? Sports Bloopers

Baseball is back people! Yeah I know what you’re thinking. ‘Justin, who the hell watches baseball anymore?’ I do, and there were some solid bloopers, so I’ll fill you in on what the hell happened. —  The Gary Sanchez era in NY is over, and his time in Minnesota has […]

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Lax fund achieves 500k goal two years early

The board members of the Douglas Mackenzie Memorial Fund announced that the fund for Castleton University´s lacrosse program achieved a revenue goal of $500,000 two years ahead of the projected schedule.  Reaching this milestone early ensures that the program will receive consistent funding to supplement the funds allocated by the […]

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Olivia Joy’s no-hitter propels Spartans

Castleton Junior Olivia Joy took the mound to start the seventh inning vs. West Connecticut the same way she started the other six.  The wind was blowing out, her teammates were hyping her up, and she wouldn’t let anyone touch the ball before she went out.  The only difference? Unbeknownst […]

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Track and field team breaking records outside

After a showing not up to par at the Little East Indoor Championships, coach Jay Condon described unfinished business to his team as they transitioned to the outdoor season.  “We did not perform the way we wanted to at the indoor championships. We have the attitude that we have some […]

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An opportunity of a lifetime

“What the hell am I actually doing” pretty accurately describes my feelings on March 18 as I was boarding the plane leaving from New York City to Helsinki, Finland. I was on my way to join an international media camp at the European Youth Olympic Festival – the biggest European […]

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What the hell happened? Sports bloopers

Here we are, another batch of sports oddities and wacky shit for me to break down, so get ready to find out what the hell happened. — First up, we’ve got some breaking news on the Denver Broncos, and their stadium.  Mile High Stadium caught fire.  Like it actually burst […]

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A tale of the busted bracket

This might be the craziest March Madness I have witnessed in my lifetime.  Upset after upset, brackets being busted on games that were considered “locks.” Never in my bracket-building years have I been so pissed, yet I still somehow end up with a half decent bracket until the Elite 8.  […]