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VOL. 65, ISSUE #19
THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2013
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Dr. David H. Perrin presents at the Centennial Hall in the Alumni Center on Feb. 28.
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Dr. Anne E. Huot speaks during an open house in the Alumni Center on March 4.
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CAMPUS SAFETY report log
Week of: Feb. 24 Monday, Feb. 25 5:28 p.m. Holloway Halls: Campus Safety received some intel that some male students living in Holloway Hall were harassing female students. 11:57 p.m. Randall Hall: Boyfriend called worried about his girlfriend who goes to KSC. He said she may have had a seizure while she was on the phone with him. Student was fine when offi- cers arrived. Thursday, Feb. 28 9:57 a.m. Elliot Hall: Female with allergic reaction 11:27 a.m. Alumni Center: Odor of propane inside build- ing 10:03 p.m. Randall Hall: Officers found an intoxicated male in the hallway. 11:30 p.m. Holloway Hall: Intoxicated female. 11:05 p.m. Holloway Hall: Officer noticed a can of beer in a window while entering the building. Friday, March 1 12:04 a.m. Holloway Hall: Officer noticed a female climbing through a window to the building on the quad side. 12:27 a.m. Holloway Hall: 706 [marijuana] 12:53 a.m. Holloway Hall: Female sitting in the stairwell near the RD apartment look- ing very upset. 1:38 a.m. Holloway Hall: Report of arguing in lobby area. Officer spoke with a group of loud students in front of building. 3:31 p.m. Randall Hall: Graffiti in bathroom. 10:50 p.m. Holloway Hall: Alcohol violation 11:25 p.m. Holloway Hall: Intoxicated male. Saturday, March 2
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Hornbeck, former search committee member for Helen Giles-Gee, attended the speech. She said she was interested in learning about the candidateâ€™s priorities for the college. â€œI want to know what he [Perrin] thinks is important here to preserve and build on,â€? Hornbeck said. Hornbeck referred to the fact that Perrin was born in New England. â€œI heard he is from Vermont and this would be like coming home for him, which is very interesting.â€? Along with Hornbeckâ€™s statement, one question many might ask themselves is why Perrin wants to leave North Carolina to move to .HHQH 1+ DQG IXOĂ€OO WKLV SRVLtion? When asked what drew him to KSC, Perrin said, â€œKeene transforms the lives of young people.â€? Perrin stated when he retires, it will be in a community with a college or university. â€œA college contributes in so many ways to the vitality of a community,â€? he said. On March 4, the second recommended candidate Dr. Anne Huot visited KSC. During her speech at the Alumni Center, she emphasized the importance of promoting community engagement. â€œIn whichever aspect of life you are successful at, you must come with the intention to give back to the community,â€? Huot said. Dr. Huot is currently the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at State University of 1HZ<RUNDW%URFNSRUW Huot referred to the importance of building connections that allow students to have internships opportunities. â€œInternships are crucial for studentsâ€™ professional development. There should be a symbiotic relationships between employers and interns.â€? In order to answer a studentâ€™s question, Huot spoke about studentâ€™s advocacy. â€œNationally, there has been a sense of loss related to the lack of student advo-
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[ Keene-ÂEquinox.com ] FDF\,Q%URFNSRUWZHKDYHVHYHUDO organizations that promote student advocacy. I welcome this as long as it comes with respect and civility,â€? Huot said. Huot said if she became KSCâ€™s QH[WSUHVLGHQWVKHZRXOGLQWHQWWR get close to students and become involved in college life. â€œStudents have a place in every committee that the institution puts together to study an issue, thatâ€™s an important way to get students involved. From a personal perspective, I believe it is important to be present, whether it is at a basketball game, a performance or simply a lecture,â€? she concluded. +XRWH[SUHVVHGWKDWIRUKHUĂ€UVW formal visit to KSC she got â€œthe impression that Keene is an incredibly engaged community that thinks passionately about studentsâ€™ success and has an eagerness to move forward.â€? Some students attended the candidatesâ€™ speeches on campus. Meredith Trabilsy, junior at KSC, VDLG Â´%HLQJ D VWXGHQW DW .6& , feel that itâ€™s very important to have a say on who is going to become WKH QH[W SUHVLGHQW RI RXU VFKRRO , am curious to see how he plans on incorporating more diversity into our campus.â€? 7KH SUHVLGHQWLDO VHDUFK RIĂ€cially began in October 2012. The members of the search committee met several times to review backgrounds of potential candidates. Soon after, they determined a short list of selected canGLGDWHV IROORZHG E\ FRQĂ€GHQWLDO interviews. According to Epstein, the process built a search team viewed as a representative of the campus through a series of elections held ZKHUH FDPSXV RIĂ€FLDOV DOXPQL and students nominated and elected individuals to serve in the committee. That committee then hired D UHFUXLWLQJ Ă€UP WKDW VHDUFKHV America for candidates for this position. The committee completed a national search, advertising the position in national journals and calling potential candidates from all over the country. â€œThe KSC presidency is an
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R.O.C.K.S, said. According to her, departments in the college like the MAC brought different equipment to be recycled. Recycling Coordinator Heather Greenwood said the waste was then brought to a recycling plant in Jaffrey to be deconstructed. She said with some electronics, such as televisions and computers, up to 90 percent of the materials could be reused. Some arenâ€™t recycled, she said, but instead Ă€[HG DQG VROG %HYDQV VDLG WKH DPRXQW RI e-waste collected was impressive. â€œI had no idea that we were going to get as much stuff as we did. I was pretty impressive. It was nice to see many students and staff and faculty member involved in the initiative,â€? %HYDQVFRQFOXGHG According to EPA.gov, in 2010 the national average recycling rate was at 34.1 percent. Keeneâ€™s recycling rate is 23-25 percent, Greenwood said. Greenwood said, â€œThe majority of people try to sort items, but with the constantly changing population ... thereâ€™s a learning curve.â€? A big problem with recycling is sorting the materials properly. For on-campus students, â€œrecycling rates depended on whether the dorm had indoor or outdoor recycling ... at least 50 percent of our trash is recyclable,â€? Greenwood said. Originally, in Holloway Hall, there was a collect-all where everyone dumped everyWKLQJ*UHHQZRRGH[SODLQHGEXWWKDWHQGHG in a mess. Now there are bins with different shaped holes to accommodate the respective recyclables. â€œThe changes work with natural behaviors,â€? Greenwood said. To help with the competition, Greenwood said, â€œJust choose to recycle,â€? and offer â€œto help people [recy-
â€œI would like him or her to look at the increasing tuition for in and out of state students.â€?
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attractive position and we got a good pool of candidates and then met with the top eight or so favored candidates based on the paperwork we had on them,â€? Epstein said. David Westover said shortly after the two visits from the candidates, the search committee will meet to discuss evaluate and analyze input they have received from the faculty members, staff and students that were part of the agenda and could interact with the candidates. Epstein said they intend, â€œto reach a conclusion fairly quickly in terms of who the preferred candiGDWH LVÂľ +H H[SODLQHG WKH UHFRPmendation will go to the board of trustees for approval. â€œThe board of trustees can take weeks to come to a decision and then there will be able to make a public announcement,â€? Epstein said. Katelyn Williams, senior and only student on the search commitWHH VDLG Â´7KH %RDUG RI 7UXVWHHV will announce the new president of Keene State College hopefully by the end of March.â€? Epstein agreed they intend to KDYH D Ă€QDO GHFLVLRQ EHWZHHQ WKH ODVW GD\V RI 0DUFK DQG WKH Ă€UVW days of April. Since both candidates are running for positions in different colleges across the United States, Westover noted the importance of completing the selection process as soon as possible. â€œIf we know that we have competition, we want to come to a decision quickly so an offer can be made and we have better chance of recruiting our candidate,â€? Westover said. Regarding the studentsâ€™ involvement and participation in WKH VHDUFK RI WKH QH[W .6& SUHVLdent, Epstein said when he process began in October 2012, he felt disappointed. â€œNot only the turnout of stu-
cle] without judging.â€? However, recycling doesnâ€™t always happen in Keene. Curbside pickup of recyFODEOHV LV D VXSHUĂ XRXV H[SHQGLWXUH WR PDQ\ ODQGORUGV DQG LWÂˇV UDUH WR Ă€QG VRPHone whose rent includes it. Currently, offcampus students are not allowed to bring recyclables to dispose of them on campus. Greenwood suggested talking to the landlord about it because many times it could end up being cheaper for them to recycle. â€œIf the landlord is being stubborn, you can always bring your recycling to the recycling center down Route 12 yourself,â€? Greenwood said. The Recycling Center in Keene is free for bottles and cans, just not trash. Kelly Marchione, a junior, lives off campus and has curbside pick-up included in her UHQW Â´%XW PRVW RI P\ IULHQGV GRQÂˇWÂľ VKH said. â€œMaybe more landlords could include it in rent so more students have access to it.â€? Recyclemania has helped raise awareness of recycling opportunities among stuGHQWV $OH[ .LUN D MXQLRU DQG PHPEHU RI R.O.C.K.S., said, â€œ[Weâ€™re] doing â€˜caught green handed,â€™ which is when we go to a certain dorm, or a certain building on campus and give out these green bucks. If we see someone recycling or has a reusable water bottle, we give them the green buck DQGWKH\ÂˇUHJRRGDW/OR\GÂˇVRU%HDQ %DJHO We have people in the student center every day, trying to get the word out, and making sure that people are recycling. The dorm storm really helped because we told people about the blue bags, that theyâ€™re recyclable, that you can even wash them, just trying to make sure that people use them.â€? These events help put a face on R.O.C.K.S. and educate everyone. â€œA lot of the time, when Iâ€™m going from GRUP WR GRUP , Ă€QG SHRSOH KDYH D KDUG time putting things in the proper contain-
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dents but the turnout of faculty indicated that we didnâ€™t have a lot of people engaged in the search.â€? However, Epstein noted now he feels comfortable with how studentâ€™s body representation has been managed. â€œKatelyn Williams was elected as the studentsâ€™ representative in the Committee and she has had meetings with a number of campus leaders and got feedback from them.â€? +RUQEHFN UHIHUUHG WR WKH GLIĂ€culty of decision the search committee to make. â€œFormer President Helen GilesGee and Interim President Jay .DKQ OHIW ELJ VKRHV WR Ă€OO ZKLFK makes choosing the right candidate even harder. The integrity of Helen Giles-Gee along with her work ethic and demanding of high standards are things I would love to see continued,â€? Hornbeck said. After a detailed evaluation and research process, the committee will recommend a candidate WR %RDUG RI 7UXVWHHV ,I WKH WUXVWees accept the recommendation, the elected candidate will have WKH Ă€QDO ZRUG HLWKHU WR DFFHSW RU decline the position. On July 1, 2013, several weeks after most students have left Keene for the summer break, silent sunny Appian way will change its master. Interim President Jay Kahn will step down after a year serving the community and a new name will VWDQG LQ WKH RIĂ€FH RI .HHQH 6WDWH College. Karina Barriga Albring can be contacted at kbarriga@keene-equinox. com Alison Cederbaum can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Current college: Brockport, State University of New York
Current college: University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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She says, â€œKeene is an incredibly engaged community that thinks passionately about studentsâ€™ success and has eagerness to more forward.â€?
He says, â€œKeene transforms the lives of young people. A college contributes in so many ways to the vitality of a community.â€?
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â€œWhat Â would Â you Â like Â next Â KSC Â president Â to Â do?â€? Â
Cam Haggar Junior Safety
â€œI would like to have he or she more involved with the campus itself and Greek Life on campus.â€?
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Logan Pare Sophomore Sociology
Matt Walsh Junior Safety
â€œI would like him or her to work â€œI would like him or her to work on organizing more off-campus on giving us better midterm and service trips.â€? finals schedules.â€?
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Kahn you be the next KSC president?
In the last school year, Keene State College has come to know and love its Interim President, former Vice President of Finance and Planning, Jay Kahn. During this period Kahn has become not only the new president, but the new face of KSC. It would be an understatement to say he has only enjoyed meeting students and working with new individuals on campus. +HÂˇV DSSURDFKDEOH VPDUW DQG Ă€JKWV IRU DIIRUGDEOH WXLWLRQ $ majority of students have come to truly appreciate Kahn, and weâ€™re looking for a new president just like him, since we sadly canâ€™t keep him. The new KSC president must understand what a struggle WKHZKROH.6&FRPPXQLW\KDVJRQHWKURXJKDIWHURXU861+ state funding was cut by 45 percent. Kahn spoke at student assembly meetings about wanting to freeze tuition if the school is reimbursed for the money that was cut last year, and LWÂˇVLPSRUWDQWIRURXUQHZSUHVLGHQWWRKDYHDVLPLODUĂ€QDQFLDO plan to help KSC remain an affordable liberal arts school. Speaking of being a liberal arts school, The Equinox would like our new president to have the same appreciation for a liberal arts education that the KSC students and faculty embrace. Students have the opportunity at KSC to really explore difIHUHQWĂ€HOGVRILQWHUHVWWKDWWKH\ZRXOGQÂˇWKDYHWKHFKDQFHWR at other schools. Another great part of this type of educating is the great relationship that can form between professor and VWXGHQW$OWKRXJKRQOLQHOHDUQLQJFDQEHEHQHĂ€FLDOWRPDQ\ types of people, KSC prides itself on a traditional classroom education, with only some classes using Blackboard for work outside of the classroom. This tradition is one we would like to keep, especially with growing new departments like safety and nursing and smaller ones like philosophy and dance. There are plenty of intriguing classes to try out, full of inspirLQJDQGLQĂ XHQWLDOSHRSOH It is also important to note that we would really enjoy a president who came into this position with the plans to make .6& WKHLU QHZ KRPH ,W FDQ EH GLIĂ€FXOW RQ VWXGHQWV ZKHQ D president only stays for a few years and then leaves when a â€œbetterâ€? job title comes along. KSC is a great learning community but needs a leader who wonâ€™t make KSC a stepping stone in their job search. We want someone who will be a guiding light for all because they care. Most importantly though, we need a friendly face, on campus, who is approachable and wants to get to know the student body. Kahn can be known to walk his dog around campus and introduce himself to students he sees. This is one of the little things about Kahn that we really appreciate. We donâ€™t just want our new president to be a name we see attached STAFF COMMENTARY in KSC e-mails. We want to see them interested, present and always moving forward.
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The Mason Library can be a great place for a wide range of undertakings: Organizing a class presentation, printing out an assignment as the hourly bells toll signaling you have less than 60 seconds to get the ink on the paper and to the professors desk, reading just about any magazine you can image, utilizing the Wi-Fi when your apartmentâ€™s is down or study with that cute girl from your history course that you want an excuse to see outside of the classroom. However, my favorite activity the majestic premises can accommodate is sleeping. As an offcampus student with a somewhat comically overfull schedule, rejuvenating the body and mind with a spare hour or two between classes (in a way that coffee simply can not) could be the difference from detesting every second of a lecture and actively participating in a fervent discussion. The awesome thing about (some) library naps (in particular reference to one I experienced recently) is that during my time of heavenly escape from the academic world, I never REALLY
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In Volume 65, Issue #18 of The Equinox printed Thursday, February 28, 2013, the story titled â€œRecognizing the 200th anniversary of Jane Austenâ€™s workâ€? possessed a quote that had a misused word from Professor William Stroup. The word â€œtribalâ€? was used in place of the word â€œtrivial.â€? This has been corrected in the online edition. The Equinox apologizes for this error.
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SENIOR REPORTER Balancing a full course workload is not easy at Keene State College. Then add the extra responsibilities of being RQWKHWUDFNDQGĂ€HOGWHDPDV well as the cross country team. Thatâ€™s one mixture for a very busy semester. Marie Whitney, a junior transfer from The College of Charleston, graduating from KSC this year with a degree in communications, balances all these commitments with a smile on her face. Whitney said she hasnâ€™t been running competitively for long, â€œI started running a little in high school and then I really started when I transferred here to Keene [State College].â€? Making the transition to Keene has been fairly easy for Whitney; she said, â€œI transferred here and it was so much easier to make friends and I feel like part of a family because we always eat dinner together and do stuff together.â€? She added, â€œItâ€™s great being a part of a team but I also like running because itâ€™s individual so I can work on my own goals and my personal records and everything.â€? A fellow athlete is sophomore Riley Wilk, who said, â€œShe [Whitney] has a really good personality and she makes everyone laugh all the time and then sheâ€™s just really sweet with everyone, so it makes us happy to be around her and everything.â€? Wilk also said that Whitney is a great role model, â€œSheâ€™s one of the older ones so itâ€™s really easy to look up to her. If any of us need her we know we can go to her, so itâ€™s really nice.â€? Head Coach of the track DQG Ă€HOG DQG FURVV FRXQWU\ teams, Peter Thomas, agreed
that Whitney is a good role model. He said, â€œIf [Whitney] is not at practice sheâ€™s either in the classroom or the library ... a great role model for the young kids to look up to.â€? Whitney said she loves how close the team is, â€œThe whole team is like a family, so obviously everyone is very supportive of each other.â€? In order to achieve her goals Whitney has a good support system. Wilk said, â€œSheâ€™s really motivated when it comes to things and she has really supportive friends and family so I think that helps a lot and whenever she puts her mind to something it really helps and gets her places.â€? Whitney agreed. She said, â€œTheyâ€™re [my parents] there almost every race and theyâ€™re my biggest support system, so theyâ€™re great.â€? Support plays a large role in accomplishing goals, but Whitney works hard herself to reach those goals and mentally prepares herself. :KLWQH\ VDLG Â´'HĂ€QLWHO\ SUHparing mentally is one of the biggest things because I think that can be a downfall for a lot of people, like if you get nervous. I just try to talk myself through, like mentally prepare myself because I know Iâ€™ve been training physically but mentally when it comes to the races that can push you through to get a personal record or having a great race.â€? One of the ways Whitney mentally prepares is by, â€œListening to music or I donâ€™t know going away somewhere quiet to think is usually what I do before races.â€? Part of being mentally prepared for races is balancing school work and running. Wilk said, â€œIf she [WhitQH\@ KDV FODVVHV VKHÂˇOO Ă€JXUH out like when she needs to do
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KSC senior Marie Whitney transferred from The College of Charleston and will graduate in May with a degree in communications. Whitney has danced and run for KSC cross country. The senior says running has helped her focus on completing her degree.
the workout and sheâ€™ll balance that out and pretty much just run when she can and do her school work and sheâ€™s pretty set on both of them, doing well so, itâ€™s cool.â€? She added, â€œShe pretty much does whatever she needs and makes a good thing out of everything.â€? Thomas said that â€œ[Whitney] leads by example athletically and academicallyâ€? and that she has an â€œexceptionalâ€? work
ethic. Whitney said that although there is a lot of pressure she enjoys the challenge, â€œThere KDYHGHĂ€QLWHO\EHHQPRPHQWV when Iâ€™m really stressed out, juggling school and running. I mean itâ€™s always worth it in the end. I just try to see the positive side of things that itâ€™s a lot of work now but itâ€™s rewarding when I have a good race or if I do well on a test or something.â€?
Whitney also stated, â€œSometimes it can get stressful but I feel like Iâ€™ve been able to manage it really well and I feel that if I didnâ€™t run I donâ€™t know what I would do with all that extra time.â€? One trait that Whitney uses for both running DQGVFKRROZRUNLVFRQĂ€GHQFH Â´, IHHO OLNH FRQĂ€GHQFH LV D ELJ part of it with school and runQLQJ ,I \RX KDYH FRQĂ€GHQFH youâ€™re more apt to do well.â€?
Itâ€™s clear Whitney has made a large impact on the team as Wilk said, â€œIâ€™ve gotten to know her pretty well on the team and ... I know I can go to her if I ever need anything that doesnâ€™t even involve running ... sheâ€™s one of my closest friends on the team.â€? After graduation from KSC in May, Whitney is not sure what sheâ€™s going to do but one thing she does know is that she will miss being part of
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â€œI like working here. You get a diversity of people.â€? He mentioned that locals and college students go to Penucheâ€™s every day; locals usually stop in during the day while students tend to come in at night. â€œI will say that the majority of students I run into VHHP WR EH DUURJDQW VHOĂ€VK DQG spoiled,â€? Houle confessed. â€œAnd they are the worst tippers on the planet.â€? Working during the nights that are popular with the college crowd is not worth it in his opinion. â€œI understand that they have limited funds,â€? he noted. â€œBut if you run up a $25 [to] $30 tab and leave a dollar, or buy a beer for 75 cents and take your quarter back, itâ€™s pathetic.â€? He stressed that sometimes there are only one or two bartenders during a shift, so the 60-70 students around the bar being â€œhorribly demandingâ€? makes the job a lot more onerous. â€œThe bartenders are working as fast as they can to get the drinks out as fast as they can,â€? he said. Cobblestone Manager Keith Coll however, experiences the opposite. â€œI think itâ€™s a common misconception that the kids are too rowdy, theyâ€™re too wild, they think the locals are the weird townies, but theyâ€™re really not like that,â€? he said. â€œEverybody here is usually pretty respectful, regardless of the crowd they come in. The crowds intermingle fairly well.â€? The tips that are left at Cobblestone are very generous, according to both Coll and Cobblestone bartender Trevor Oâ€™Brien. Coll said that they have some sort of drink or food special every day and that is what drives their customers. â€œBecause theyâ€™re getting such a good deal, theyâ€™re usually very generous. Weâ€™ve never had a problem with that,â€? he said. Oâ€™Brien added, â€œI think theyâ€™re as generous as they can be.â€? Pour House Manager Marty *ULIĂ€Q ZDV SUHYLRXVO\ WKH PDQager at Lab â€˜nâ€™ Lager for six years. About 30 percent of the customer base for the Pour House is college students, he estimated, whereas Cobblestone or Lab â€˜nâ€™ Lager has close to 70 or 80 percent, he said. As far as tips go, Grif-
a team at KSC she said, â€œRunning for [the] college[iate level] is something you can never have that experience again. Itâ€™s not just only the team bonding, Iâ€™m going to miss the team aspects, running together as a team and you know having a team to be apart of.â€? Morgan Markley can be contacted at mmarkley@ keene-equinox.com
Ă€QGLVFORVHGWKDWSHUFHQWLVWKH average that is left. But among college students, he said that it is usually 10-15 percent lower than working professionals. When asked if it was discouraging, he admitted it was more so in the past during his time at Lab â€˜nâ€™ Lager. â€œI felt that I was doing twice the work for half the pay. Then thereâ€™s the internal added stress,â€? he said. The stress includes keeping an eye on college students for liability purposes. Because college students have a tendency to binge drink a lot more, the Pour House watches their specials and doesnâ€™t offer them quite the same way Cobblestone does, *ULIĂ€QVDLG In terms of student behavior, *ULIĂ€Q VDLG KH GRHVQÂˇW PLQG VWXdents coming into the Pour House. â€œI donâ€™t mind seeing college kids. We actually get a lot of Antioch students too. A lot of college kids who do come in enjoy it,â€? he said. Everything aside, bartenders in Keene suggest students keep a few things in mind next time they go out. â€œI would encourage them to pay more attention to their actions,â€? Houle said. â€œBy showing respect to the establishment and the bartenders, it shows they have respect for themselves and the people around them.â€? He also said that the owner of Penucheâ€™s does want the students to come in; they cater to them with their low prices. â€œStudents need to understand that every time we serve a drink, we worry about over serving,â€? *ULIĂ€QH[SODLQHG â€œThe law in New Hampshire says the last bartender is responsible for a customer. Someone FRXOGULSĂ€YHVKRWVDW&REEOHVWRQH then walk over to Lab â€˜nâ€™ Lager for another drink. If that customer gets in trouble, the bartender at Lab LV UHVSRQVLEOHÂľ *ULIĂ€Q DGGHG WKDW everything they do is for the safety of their customers and the safety of their staff. While every establishment has their own preferences of what kind of customers they are looking to attract, the general expectations stay the same across the board. Bartenders say people should always treat others with respect and patience and realize that the bartenders are doing the best they can. And, as always, drink responsibly. Kattey Ortiz can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Too beautiful for words, another student captivated by Italy
Shannon Flynn, Italy Every time someone asks â€œHowâ€™s Italy? Are you having fun?â€? the only response I can come up with is â€œYeah, itâ€™s good.â€? Italy is indescribable. I have no idea how to begin to answer those questions. I think the main reason I have trouble describing my experiences to my friends and family back in the United States is because there are so many differences between New Hampshire and Italy. You really have to be here and see it for yourself to understand. However, I am going to give this my best try. Florence is just like any other major city. There are tall buildings, FUD]\FDEGULYHUVVWUHHWVĂ€OOHGZLWK tourists and it never goes completely dark. I have to say though, I have never been anywhere like Florence. Everything about this city is beautiful and unique. The architecture, for example, is like nothing I have ever seen. (YHU\ZKHUH , JR , Ă€QG P\VHOI staring at buildings, admiring just how historic and beautiful they are. The oldest piece of architecture in Florence is the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, or Duomo as most people refer to it. I am fortunate enough to live directly across the street from the Duomo, inarguably the most sought after location in Florence. When I open the windows of my living room and kitchen, I gaze right at it. The Duomo is Florenceâ€™s main cathedral. The construction of the marble cathedral began in 1296 and completed in 1436. The 140 years of construction GHĂ€QLWHO\ SDLG RII 1RW RQO\ LV WKH Duomo, in my opinion, the most beautiful piece of architecture Iâ€™ve ever seen, it also one of the largest. After passing it multiple times daily IRUWKHSDVWPRQWK,VWLOOĂ€QGP\VHOI
gazing at the green and white church in complete awe of its size. To put it in perspective, I think if we were to place the Duomo on the KSC campus, it would easily take up the majority of campus. Living next to the Duomo has countless perks. The biggest one is that I am conveniently located right in the center of Florence so everything is within a ten-minute walk. It is also virtually impossible to get lost going to the Duomo. All you have to do is look up at the sky and you will be able to see its massive, round top. My roommates and I even have our own saying: â€œAll roads lead to Duomo.â€? So far our saying has proven to be true. No matter which way we turn, the Duomo is always in sight. The only negative about my location, which is not actually a bad thing, is the massive amounts of tourists the Duomo attracts. People come from all over the world to get a picture of themselves in front of the historic church. Especially when the sunâ€™s out, the street is almost impossible to walk down. As I try to make my ZD\ WR FODVV , DP DOZD\V Ă€QGLQJ myself caught in the middle of these tours and walking in front of people taking pictures of the Duomo. There are many other beautiful pieces of architecture in Florence. One of the more well-known structures is the Ponte Vecchio. The Ponte Vecchio is the famous bridge that stretches across the Fume (the river in Florence), connecting both sides of Florence. If you ask me, this is the most romantic spot in Florence. There are always couples strolling down the Ponte Vecchio hand in hand. Florence is also home to many museums and historical artifacts. The original sculpture of the David is located in Florence. I have not gone to see it yet, but there is a plaza in Florence with many sculptures outside, one being a remake of Michelangeloâ€™s â€œDavid.â€? Not only is the architecture amazing, the food is as well! I have to say, some of the best food I will ever eat is here in Florence. Everything is so fresh and natural. I personally have problems with my stomach so being able to eat and
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Flynn is studying abroad in Florence, Italy for the spring semester of her junior year. Flynn says Italy is â€˜indescribable.â€™
drink whatever I want without feeling sick is one of the best feelings. My favorite place to buy groceries here is in the fresh markets. Not only is it inexpensive, you can tell the food was freshly picked. Besides all the great experiences I have had thus far, I will admit I did experience some culture shock. I knew I was throwing myself into a completely different country, but I did not expect there to be so many small differences. The two biggest issues I still have to this day are the language barrier and adjusting to the pace of life. Although many people in Florence do speak English, it isnâ€™t DOZD\V Ă XHQW , ZDV WROG EHIRUH , came here that Italian was very similar to Spanish (which it really is not) so I did not try to learn any before I came. This was my biggest regret.
I thought since I have been taking Spanish since the seventh grade I would be all set. I was so wrong. Every time I try to speak Italian I can feel my American accent oozing out. When it comes to time in Italy, well, itâ€™s very slow. I am not used to this. Personally, I am a very fastpaced person. I walk, talk and eat fast. Italians are not like this. They take their time and enjoy what they are experiencing. I am trying to work on this since you do not need to rush through life. 7KH RWKHU GLIĂ€FXOW\ , UDQ LQWR was the time difference. Here in Italy I am six hours ahead of the East Coast. Now I have this under FRQWURO EXW DW Ă€UVW P\ VOHHSLQJ schedule was really messed up. All I wanted was to sleep all day. Then when night came I could not get myself to fall asleep at a decent time.
The other challenge I had with time differences was when it came to eating meals. Firstly, Italians do not eat breakfast. Very few restaurants are open in the morning and if they DUH \RX KDYH D VHOHFWLRQ RI ZDIĂ HV SDVWULHVRUPXIĂ€QV They do not eat eggs, bacon or pan fries for breakfast like we do in the United States. Italians do not eat dinner until 8 p.m.. I rememEHU P\ Ă€UVW QLJKW LQ )ORUHQFH P\ roommate and I went to eat dinner around 5 p.m. and every restaurant was empty. We thought it was so bizarre, seeing as a restaurant at home would have a wait at that time. We soon learned that most Italians eat later in the evening. The last piece of culture shock I experienced was the difference in clothing. Every Italian looks like he or she stepped straight off the runway. Even the
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Americorp had only started working on this relief project a few days before the Keene State College team joined, but Cianci commented on how he couldnâ€™t be more grateful of the organization and students to help him get back on his feet. He said, â€œTo me itâ€™s one of the most beautiful expressions of loving oneâ€™s fellow human being.â€? Some of the KSC students left the noisy demolition house to go help at a distribution center with Brigantine & Beyond, a group of volunteers who travel over an hour every Saturday to give out goods and help out one of the hardest hit communities. When telling the story of how the group came to be, co-founder of Brigantine & Beyond, Linda Nesa, said, â€œWe were just two moms that saw that there was a need, somebody needs to help those people and we can be that somebody.â€? At the center, the students helped the Hurricane Sandy victims who lost everything in the storm by bringing supplies out to their cars and sorting cleaning products, tools, food and other necessities so the center could run smoothly.
boys are very stylish. Yoga pants, North Face jackets and Uggs do QRW Ă \ KHUH LQ ,WDO\ , KDYH QRWLFHG the current trend here is leggings, some sort of oversized sweater and a leather jacket and boots. If you do not look semi-dressed up you will get stared at, something I was not used to. I have always wanted to study abroad. One of the reasons I chose Keene was that I would be able to go abroad. I wanted to go abroad so I could step out of my comfort zone and experience things I would not normally have the opportunity to do so. So far being abroad has made me more independent and adventurous. Although I do miss my family and friends, I am making memories here that I will never forget and I am going to cherish every moment I have here.
Speaking about the relief efforts being done Nesa said, â€œDropping off donations with the truck is one thing, but once establishing this distribution center and seeing the faces and hearing the stories, you just cannot walk away. We are going to be here as long as they need us and we want to get Brigantine back to what it was.â€? Candace Linn, project coordinator of the New Jersey Community Collaborations, spoke about the impact these students had in the community and said, â€œTheyâ€™ve done a variety of projects and theyâ€™ve also just kind of brought back spirit to the community for people that have been struggling for the past couple of months and feel like people have forgotten about them.â€? An entire community was immersed in water and getting the city back to its original state will take time. Linn added, â€œItâ€™s going take several months to rebuild, its going to take several years, so every day that someone goes in and helps out, thatâ€™s one step closer for that person to get back in their home.â€? Two more Hurricane Sandy relief trips from KSC will take place in the upcoming month. Kateland Dittig can be contacted at email@example.com
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KSC students Laura Heavey, Jennifer Grivers and Katy McLaughlin in New Jersey on a Sandy relief trip. Two more relief trips are being scheduled for the near future.
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STUDENT LIFE / A9
Grad students â€˜Loveâ€™ phenomenon spreads through KSC lose social life To Write Love On Her Arms founder breaks stereotypes of mental health in Keene MEGAN GRENIER
EQUINOX STAFF If youâ€™re considering enrolling in a graduate program at Keene State College, you may want to enjoy your social life while you still can. Like the undergrad programs here at KSC, the programs are offered in both full-time and part-time options. Full-time programs can be completed in one or two years, depending on the program. Current KSC senior Jessica Jahne will be entering the special education graduate program next year, one which she said she expects to be pretty intense. Jahne said her social life would be put on the back burner once in sheâ€™s in the graduate program. â€œI think it will probably be non-existent because the programâ€™s pretty intense. Itâ€™s about 40 hours a week in the school plus night classes during the week,â€? Jahne said. KSC senior Kristy Mastropietro said she also expects to be very focused once in the graduate program, leaving little time for friends. â€œWith this program itâ€™s really intense so thereâ€™s not much social life to have anymore because it basically is a full-time job on top of having another job so that I can pay for it. So my social life is kind of limited after this,â€? Mastropietro said. Jodie Dresser is a current grad student and an assistant coach for ERWK WKH ZRPHQÂˇV ODFURVVH DQG Ă€HOG hockey teams. Dresser said that with her responsibilities as a student, an assistant coach and working, she has shifted her focus away from other things. Dresser said she chose to take on the larger workload in an effort to get through the program as quickly as possibly. â€œI went from having a social life to not having a social life basically,â€? Dresser said. â€œWhen I signed up, I kind of had the PLQGVHWWKDW,ZDQWHGWRJHWP\FHUWLĂ€cation as quickly as possible and kind of blow through the program as best as I could, so I went full-time ... Itâ€™s kind of a heavy hitting program, and so it really is very time consuming and the workload is much different than undergrad,â€? Dresser said. Current graduate student Mimi Rhines, who went to New England College for her Bachelorâ€™s degree, said KSC is known for having a great educational program. Rhines said thatâ€™s what drew her to the program. â€œIâ€™m from the area and it has a really good reputation and I knew people who went to the program and they told me the professors are awesome. And Keene State [College] is really well known for education so that made sense,â€? Rhines said Rhines said that despite the heavy workload, she tries to stay involved with whatâ€™s going on in the KSC community. Rhines said that so far the program has lived up to the reputation that drew Rhines to KSC. â€œOverall itâ€™s just a really great program. The professors DUH JUHDW WKH\ DUH UHDOO\ Ă H[LEOH ZLWK that schedule. So itâ€™s nice because they know you can only do as much as you can handle,â€? Rhines said. Jahne said she chose the program because of the familiarity of the campus and professors. Â´,Ă€JXUHGWKDWVLQFH,ÂˇPDOUHDG\KHUH at Keene State [College] and into the routine of how professors run their classes it would be easiest to just stay,â€? Jahne said. Matropietro said that along with being a one-year program, familiarity also played a role in her decision. â€œI really like the program here. Itâ€™s a really good educational program and I talked with a lot of advisors about the program, the follow-up program, and LWMXVWNLQGRIVHHPHGWRĂ€WÂľ0DVWURSLetro said. Mastropietro said that the heavy workload will reduce her role in the KSC community. â€œIâ€™m inside the schools for the whole day. Being in student teaching that I just did last semester I wasnâ€™t really involved in Keene State because I am heavily off campus. So I feel like it will kind of be the same way,â€? Mastropietro said. Jahne said she expects not to be involved in what happens outside of the classroom at KSC once she enters the program. â€œI donâ€™t think Iâ€™ll really have a role, I feel like I wonâ€™t really be that much of a part of the social life that happens on the weekend,â€? Jahne said. While the schoolâ€™s reputation is drawing in students, the heavy workload involved in completing the program is keeping these students focused on being the classroom and internships. Steven Trinkwald can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
There was a substantial turn out as To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) founder Jamie Tworkowski spoke in the Mabel Brown Room about the struggle of depression, addiction, selfinjury and suicide on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Student Activities and Organizations Assistant Chelsea Harris organized this event. Harris said that they were looking to do a follow-up of the PostSecret event they held last spring, â€œThis is something that a lot of people know about and has a lot of publication that stands for good values. So we wanted to make an impact,â€? Harris said. Senior Samantha Possemato said, â€œI think itâ€™s great to have the founder of To Write Love On Her Arms here [at Keene State College].â€? Sophomore Natasha Cable said, â€œI know a lot of people have been trying to get [TWLOHA] to come or start a chapter [on campus].â€? â€œTo Write Love On Her Arms began as a simple attempt to tell a story of a friend in need but quickly grew into a phenomenon supported by bands such as Switchfoot and Paramore,â€? Harris said. Tworkowski said that there are roughly 20 million people in the United States who are struggling with depression and that untreated depression is the leading cause of suicide. 7ZRUNRZVNL VDLG 7:/2+$ MXVW Ă€QLVKHG WKHLU biggest tour ever across the country; it was three weeks long and visited 17 cities. At these events, including the one at KSC, Tworkowski said, â€œMy hope is that you walk out of here feeling encouraged, you walk out of here feeling less alone, you walk out of here feeling like itâ€™s okay to be honest and as a student or as a person you donâ€™t always have to have all of the answers and you donâ€™t have to always have it all together.â€? Teresa Hoffman, intern in the KSC Counseling Center, said, â€œIf youâ€™re concerned about a friend or family member and youâ€™re not sure what to do, come on up, we can talk to you about how to help your friend or how to talk to them,â€? Hoffman added, â€œWeâ€™re here so you donâ€™t have to be alone.â€? At the beginning of this TWLOHA event Steven McMorran, member of the band Satellite, performed songs. Tworkowski said every TWLOHA event starts with music, â€œWe feel like music is a really appropriate place to start because it seems like music has this capability where itâ€™s allowed to be honest.â€? Tworkowski continued, â€œItâ€™s allowed to say WKLQJVWKDWDUHGLIĂ€FXOWÂľ Tworkowski explained the story of a close friendâ€™s struggle with depression is what inspired him to attempt to tell more people that it is possible to receive help. Tworkowski said he asked his friend if she ever thought of telling her story to others, expecting the answer to be no and for her to be offended. â€œShe lit up and smiled and said she loved the idea and that maybe there could be a purpose for her pain, that maybe somebody else, maybe some other family, could relate to her story and maybe someone would even take that step to get help because of this story,â€? Tworkowski said. Tworkowski did not expect to have TWLOHA explode as quickly as it did, or even at all. Tworkowski was friends with the singer of Switchfoot, John Foreman, and before one of their shows in front of
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said it was Omanovicâ€™s story that left a lasting impression. Pare noted he was blown away by Omanovicâ€™s story. â€œHeâ€™s all about peace and heâ€™s constantly smiling,â€? Pare said of Omanovic, â€œIt seemed like something Iâ€™d want to be involved with.â€? Pare stated the growing connection
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Steven McMorran, member of the band Satellite, performs at To Write Love On Her Arms Feb. 26, 2013, in the Mabel Brown Room. Founder Jamie Tworkowski spoke on the subject of depression and mental health.
3,000 people in Florida, Foreman asked Tworkowski if he could wear one of the t-shirts they had just made for TWLOHA. Foreman mentioned TWLOHA in the middle of the VKRZ EXW 7ZRUNRZVNL ZDV QRW H[SHFWLQJ DQ\RQH WR Ă€QG them online. However, Tworkowski said later that nigh there were messages, comments and friend requests on their MySpace page saying that the story he was telling is their own story, that they are also struggling with depression. Tworkowski said through Foreman is how TWLOHA really got to be well known. â€œI felt like it was important to tell people that their messages or their questions or their confessions, it was brave. I felt like it was important to tell people that they werenâ€™t
between KSC and a country like Bosnia ZLOOEHEHQHĂ€FLDOWRVWXGHQWV â€œKeene [State College] is big on the whole genocide thing. I think itâ€™s great that Keeneâ€™s doing this,â€? he said, â€œIf a relationship works out, I think itâ€™s great.â€? Dr. James Waller, chair for the Holocaust and Genocide Studies program, also went to Bosnia with the group and commented on the presence of Omanovic. â€œI think a large part of the positive expe-
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Keene State College professor Brian Green speaks with students who went to Bosnia at the Picking up the PEACEs event Feb. 6, 2013 in the Alumni Center.
alone,â€? Tworkowski said. Tworkowski said that TWLOHA has been able to build an entire team and they share an RIĂ€FH LQ FHQWUDO )ORULGD ZKHUH WKH\ KDYH LQWHUQV ZKR JR through training in crisis intervention and respond to the messages that come in everyday. â€œIf you add up all of the messages now itâ€™s coming up onto 200,000 messages, letters and notes that weâ€™ve had the privilege to respond to,â€? Tworkoswki said. â€œIt was just an eye-opener. It was awesome and it was GHĂ€QLWHO\ZRUWKFRPLQJWRVHHWKDWÂˇVIRUVXUH,GHĂ€QLWHO\ shed a couple of tears, hard not to,â€? sophomore Devven Granger said.
rience we had in Bosnia was [Omanovic] as a person. he was just so engaging, so dynamic, so easy to connect with. I think [Omanovic] opened a door for continuing connections. it wasnâ€™t just someone who hosted us and said goodbyeâ€”he really kept a door open there that i think was unique.â€? Waller commented on the lasting impact is due to studentsâ€™ â€œon groundâ€? learning experience. Â´, WKLQN WKH EHQHĂ€W RI WKH FRQQHFWLRQ is that when we have the chance to be on ground and meet the people whoâ€™ve been impacted by something like genocide, war, it just makes a completely different impression on you.â€? He stressed the meeting of the peopleâ€”people students have viewed from behind a textbook as perpetrators. â€œWhen they see theyâ€™re actually people... thereâ€™s something about that connection that you donâ€™t really get until you have the chance to be on ground, like our students were.â€? Green stated the collegeâ€™s relationship to Bosnia as â€œinformal,â€? but growing. Green said he met with Provost Melinda Treadwell and explained to her how many departments within the college, such as psychology, sociology and holocaust and JHQRFLGH VWXGLHV ZRXOG EHQHĂ€W IURP D relationship to Bosnia and even CIM. â€œWe agreed to kind of explore options,â€? Green said, and explained that as of now, an informal relationship has been developed through past course work, current collaborations with CIM, as well as faculty
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and staff, and anticipated and planned activities that students like Brady are taking on. Green stated there is â€œThe hope or wish for a sustained ongoing, perhaps more formal, relationship in the future.â€? Brady echoed Green, and Waller said a lot of people remain â€œunaware of the world around them,â€? giving reason to opening a partnership with Bosnia. â€œConnecting with another country would open their minds up so much. You donâ€™t know whatâ€™s out there until you go. Bosnia is an incredible country,â€? she said. Brady explained that Bosnia was once D Ă€UVW ZRUOG FRXQWU\ MXVW OLNH WKH 8QLWHG States. â€œThey hosted the Olympics [in 1986],â€? she said, â€œAnd then to see the genocide happen, itâ€™s a realizing that that could happen anywhere. Weâ€™ve never experienced war, at least not our generation, and to meet people and hear they had the life we had and then had it torn up and they had to put it back togetherâ€”I think thatâ€™s really important for people to know about.â€? Waller said the challenge of Bosnia remains that the country is still hurting. He said Bosnia has yet to recover and â€œcould well be on the verge of another conĂ LFWÂľ â€œIt has need,â€? Waller said, â€œItâ€™s a present need. I think however [Omanovic] did it, he was able to bring the students into that awareness. The students are responding to what they feel to be a need.â€? Julie Conlon can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our owl Shannon Flynn is in Florence, Italy. Check out her column on A8.
STUDENT LIFE / A10
Keene bartenders discuss KSC students and their bar manners KATTEY ORTIZ
EQUINOX STAFF When students go out to the bars, theyâ€™re looking for a place to unwind and have some good times with good company. People go up to the bartender, ask for a drink and sit back down. Normally, people would think that this is a fairly simple task, but to thank them for their services they drop an extra amount of money for a tip. But what is a standard, average tip to leave the person on the other side of the counter? How much is too much or too little? Senior Rachelle Poirier said what she leaves for a tip depends on the point RI WKH QLJKW Â´,I ,ÂˇP Ă€YH GULQNV LQ ,ÂˇOO probably leave a lot of money,â€? she said,
â€œBut if I just get a couple drinks Iâ€™ll only leave a dollar.â€? Despite this, she said sheâ€™s never really noticed anything that is considered a â€œstandardâ€? tip. Senior AJ Mucciaro said he leaves anywhere from 20 percent to 35 percent depending on how good the bartender was. An informal online survey of 36 Keene State College students showed that 25 percent of students also tip depending on the bartender. Twenty-six students said they leave a dollar for every drink they order. Only one student said they leave a standard 18 percent to 20 percent. Nobody, however, said that they do not leave a tip. Some may also consider that the services depend on the bar as well. In
downtown Keene, bars that draw a large turnout of college students are Cobblestone, Penucheâ€™s, Lab â€˜nâ€™ Lager and McCueâ€™s. With this in mind, the question remains: what do bartenders actually expect and would like to receive for their work? Bartender Patrick Houle has been VHUYLQJ GULQNV DW 3HQXFKHÂˇV IRU Ă€YH years. He described Penucheâ€™s as a friendlier bar with a relaxed atmosphere that is a lot more comfortable for patrons. He said it is neighborly and similar to an old English pub. â€œMy opinion doesnâ€™t necessarily UHĂ HFW WKH RSLQLRQ RI WKH EDU RU WKH owner,â€? he said.
â€œI will say that the majority of students I run into seem [VILHYYVNHU[ZLSĂ„ZOHUK spoiled. And they are the worst tippers on the planet.â€? -ÂPATRICK HOULE PENUCHEâ€™S ALE HOUSE BARTENDER
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Students still hit by Bosniaâ€™s need
College develops relationship with country after student trip leaves great impact JULIE CONLON
STUDENT LIFE EDITOR The Keene State College Honors Program has sent students on eye-opening trips abroad for years. In the spring semester, a small group of students takes a class and learns about a country a little less plush and a little more complicated than their comfortable United States of America. And every year students come home with memories to last a lifetime. But one trip this past summer left a group of students with a little more than just great stories and souvenirs. In May of 2012, ten Keene State College students traveled to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Today, at least three students have plans to return, and with the growing development the college has created with the slowly resurrecting country, more students may one day soon have for themselves similar life-changing experiences. Brian Green, a professor of sociology, was one of the faculty members who took the group of Honors Students to Bosnia. He said he was impressed by the enthusiasm he witnessed from the ten even before they left the United States. One student he noted in particular was junior Becca Brady. â€œShe seemed to be the most interested and just really wanted to build a project and take it really seriously and learn a lot. I was very impressed ZLWK KHU ZRUN IURP WKH Ă€UVW GD\Âľ *UHHQ VWDWHG Green said once arriving in Bosnia, Brady took to the FRXQWU\Â´OLNHDĂ€VKWRZDWHU,WÂˇVHDV\IRUSHRSOHWR talk, but sheâ€™s been following through since the very beginning,â€? he said. %UDG\VDLGWKLVWULSWR%RVQLDZDVKHUĂ€UVWLQWHUQDtional trip. The junior explained once she arrived in Bosnia she was overwhelmed. She said she remembers thinking, â€œThis is amazing, I need more of it.â€? And more of it she got. Brady said she and the nine other students took every opportunity they had while in Bosnia to learn and explore. â€œI think all of us were so energized. Even when we had free time we were going to the market and trying to navigate things on our own. I donâ€™t think there was ever really a time when we were like â€˜letâ€™s just go sit in the hotel.â€™ We were always doing something, which made it PRUHEHQHĂ€FLDOÂľ But Bosnia held something beyond captivating landscapes and beautiful markets that kept these stu-
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Left, Patricia Whalen, Former International Judge at Court of Bosnia, and Vahidin Omanovic speak to students in the Mountain View Room at Keene State College Feb. 13, 2013. Ten KSC students worked with Omanovic and his peace-building organization, CIM, in Bosnia this past summer.
dents engaged and intrigued even after they came KRPH %UDG\ PHQWLRQHG OHDUQLQJ DQG VHHLQJ Ă€UVWhand the effect of the not-so-long-ago genocide, or ethnic cleansing, the country faced and said this is what made the trip such a challengeâ€”a challenge these students faced head on. Brady said, â€œIt may have been just because we were so sort of immersed into the culture. I think we got so much out of Bosnia in the two weeks. I donâ€™t think there was anything more we could have gotten out of it. We learned the good stuff and the bad stuff and it was really emotional for us. I think that emotional stuff is what made it have a greater impact.â€? This impact led Brady to begin fundraising for a return trip. Upon arriving home, Brady began searching organizations and internships in Bosnia that would allow her to teach. She started a website for funding and has since raised over $1,600 in personal
donations. Last month, Brady was accepted to teach English for two months in Tuzla, Bosnia. This â€œBosnia feverâ€? these students have brought back to KSC even has other students interested. In February, to the great joy of these students, Vahidin 2PDQRYLF WKHLU XQRIĂ€FLDO JXLGH DQG PHQWRU IURP Bosnia, visited KSC. The students worked closely with Omanovic and his organization, Center for Peacebuilding, called CIM. Omanovic shared openly KLVĂ€UVWKDQGH[SHULHQFHZLWKWKHZDUDQGJHQRFLGH +H VDLG IRU \HDUV KLV OLIH ZDV Ă€OOHG ZLWK DQJHU DQG hatred. Today, Omanovicâ€™s mission is to restore peace to his country. It was his visit that gave sophomore Logan Pare the fever. Pare, a sociology major, said he is in the process of working with Omanovic on an internship through the college for the 2013 fall semester. Pare
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From the curbside, one is unable to truly fathom how much damage resides in the New Jersey homes that were underwater for days due to Hurricane Sandy. Expecting to see pure devastation as they drove through the streets, the nine members taking part on the Ă€UVWRIWKUHH+XUULFDQH6DQG\UHOLHIWULSVZHUHVXUSULVHG as certain areas of the city looked completely normal, as if they hadnâ€™t even been touched by a drop of water. Sophomore Katy McLaughlin said, â€œYou literally couldnâ€™t tell that there was any damage from outside, but right when you stepped to the front door of the house, you saw how wrecked the rooms were. I think that is another reason why many people might not know that this issue is still going on, because itâ€™s not obvious.â€? With hard hats, respirators, safety goggles, gloves and tools in hand, the team rolled up its sleeves and got down to business; smashing through walls, ripping down the waterlogged ceiling with the insulation and tearing up WKHWLOHĂ RRUV)RUDGD\DQGDKDOIWKHFUHZZRUNHGRQ homeowner Cosmo Cianciâ€™s house, which was severely affected by the storm. His house was hit with high winds. 7KHURRIZDVEORZQRIIWKHEDVHPHQWĂ RRGHGEHFDXVHRI the surge water and it still remains without heat and running hot water. The damage got progressively worse with the rain over the past few months. When asked how he survived the evenings without heat during these winter months, Cianci responded, â€œI KDYHWZRRLOĂ€OOHGHOHFWULFKHDWHUV,VOHHSXQGHUVL[WRHLJKW blankets, I wear two pairs of wool socks, sweat pants, two hooded zip up sweatshirts, a coat, a scarf around my neck and face and gloves. Thatâ€™s how I go to sleep, and thatâ€™s how Iâ€™ve been having to sleep since October 29, 2012.â€? Trip leader Jen Grivers said, â€œThe hardest part is seeing how these people are living. Their houses were completely destroyed, and theyâ€™re left without heat and warm running water. This happened many months ago and theyâ€™re still having to deal and suffer.â€? Grivers added, â€œThese people donâ€™t have the resources to do it themselves and surely not the money. Houses all around here were affected and the owners were all relying on the insurance companies, but not everyone is going to get the amount of money that he or she deserve to bounce back from this disaster.â€?
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Advertisements prove to be a crucial part of social networking by targeting diverse audiences DEANNA CARUSO
at the forefront of it. Now, Facebook ads are being used as a way to entice clients. Advertisements are no longer just for There are roughly one billion users on billboards and magazine pages--rather, this social networking site--giving compathe way companies choose to advertise is nies a large target audience to advertise to. changing to keep up with technology. However, when informally surveyed, Advertisements have become a crucial Keene State College students had mixed part of social networking, and Facebook is reviews about the usage of ads on Face-
book. Junior Ben Tirlia said, â€œI donâ€™t really notice ads on Facebook,â€? while Natasha Kodiak said, â€œI do see a lot of ads for all different types of things; some interest me and some I just scroll right over.â€? But do advertisements really lure Facebook users to click onto their web page? Carolyn Everson, Facebookâ€™s global
marketing head, said, â€œThe biggest myth is that Facebook ads donâ€™t work,â€? when interviewed by news.cnet.com. Every time a user logs into Facebook, a number of advertisements appear on the side of the homepage. These ads can appeal to any age, gender or type of interest for the person to click on. â€œOne secret to Facebookâ€™s higher-than-
Reunion for popular television show will help tie up loose ends REBECCA FARR
EQUINOX STAFF Remember the connection you felt to Ross and Rachelâ€™s relationship? As much as you wanted it to work out, you just knew it couldnâ€™t. What about Joeyâ€™s struggling acting career? Even though you knew he wasnâ€™t the best actor, his air-headed sense of humor and Italian-stallion good looks overruled his fall-out after they killed off Dr. Drake Ramoray on â€œDays of our Lives.â€? And who could forget Phoebeâ€™s â€œSmelly Catâ€? video? As much as you didnâ€™t want it to be, you know that song was stuck in your head for days. Then, thereâ€™s Chandler and Monica. Chandlerâ€™s manhood is constantly questioned ... but thatâ€™s okay, because theyâ€™re still in love. Monicaâ€”well, sheâ€™s Monicaâ€”and her labeled coffee mugs and quirky ways probably still linger in the old apartment today. Doesnâ€™t that make you question where are they now? Did Joeyâ€™s acting career go any further? Did Rachel and Ross actually work out after they confessed their love to each other (again) in the last episode? What about Monica and Chandlerâ€™s twins?! And Phoebe ... is she still stuck driving a taxicab as a part-time masseuse? There are far too many questions that remain unanswered. And what a better way to answer these questions other than a good, old-fashioned reunion show. Yeah, I said it, a reunion! TBS still airs regular reruns and so does the
ever-popular â€œNick at Night.â€? Clearly, the show is still a big hit. MTV continuously airs â€œJersey Shoreâ€? and â€œTeen Momâ€? reunions every other night, so why not do a follow-up reunion episode that people actually care about? People still watch â€œFriendsâ€? to this day and regardless if you have seen every episode, it somehow never gets boringâ€Śever. To put it simply, why is â€œFriendsâ€? worthy of a gathering after a long nine years? â€œBecause it was one of the best shows ever,â€? Dean Gail Zimmermanâ€™s Administrative Assistant, Debra Barrett, said.â€œIt was a timeless, remarkable show with a remarkable cast that meshed so well that made you want to watch it,â€? Barrett said. â€œIt made you want to believe, it made you forget anything else for that half hour. It made you ready to watch the next show.â€? Exactly. It made you ready to watch the next show. The only problem is there is no next show anymore. Our minds canâ€™t help but wonder if everything worked out. Throughout their trials and tribulations of new jobs, relationships and even patching up their own friendshipsâ€”like when Rachel felt the need to tell Joey that her boss wanted to buy her baby, just so they could have something to talk about since things got awkward after their attempted hook upâ€”it only makes sense to let us know that even though the group has moved out of the apartment, are they still friends? The Manhattan-based show made its audience enjoy the beauty of lifeâ€™s imperfections, mostly
because they were so funny, but that was the magQLĂ€FHQFH RI WKH VKRZ :KHQ 5DFKHO DFFLGHQWDOO\ kissed her boss and then accused him of sexual harassment. Or when Joey did that stupid play where he fell in love with his co-star, she left him to pursue her acting career, and he was stuck on stage boarding a spaceship. What about when Ross hid in Monaâ€™s apartment to get back his salmon, not pink, but salmon VKLUWRQO\WRĂ€QGKHUEULQJDQRWKHUPDQKRPH" But then again, we canâ€™t forget about Chandler being the oldest intern (in his thirties) and when 0RQLFDĂ€QDOO\JRWKHDGFKHIEXWDOORIKHUHPSOR\ees hated her. Such perfect imperfection. Even IMDb.com (the Internet Movie Database) OLVWVÂ´)ULHQGVÂľDVWKHĂ€IWHHQWKEHVWVKRZRIDOOWLPH Of all time, people. Not of its time period, but of all time. This is major, especially considering the show began nearly 20 years ago and ended just short of 10 years DJR,ZDVRQO\WZR\HDUVROGLQZKHQWKHĂ€UVW episode was broadcast on NBC, and it is beyond safe to say that this show is and will forever be my favorite show to ever exist, and you bet your bottom dollar my children will be watching it too! Iâ€™m not the only one that thinks this, either. â€œThe show has such a variety of characters and they all have different personalities,â€? Keene State College Student Matt Swigon said. Courtney Carloni seemed to agree. â€œYou can connect so easily
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A story of power and love SAM NORTON
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EQUINOX STAFF Power, love and greed each have the ability to steer oneâ€™s moral compass and the ability to dictate oneâ€™s life.
When combined, these ideals wield the power to shape perspectives and allow the characters of â€œThe Tempestâ€? to make the right decision without breaking moral codes. From Feb. 27 to March 2, â€œThe Tempestâ€? was performed at Keene State Collegeâ€™s Redfern Arts Center.
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On Feb. 27 to March 2, The Tempest was performed in the Redfernâ€™s Main Theatre. Professor of Theatre and Dance Dan Patterson played the lead role, Prospero.
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The play, directed by Peggy Rae Johnson, professor of theatre and dance, tells the story of a deposed nobleman and powerful sorcerer named Prospero, played by Dan Patterson, professor of theatre and dance, living alone on an island with only his young daughter Miranda, played by Ryan Connell, his monstrous servant Caliban, played by Will Adams, and the powerful spirit known as Ariel, played by Cara Gerardi, for company. Upon seeing the queenâ€™s ship approaching his island, Prospero uses his power to create a storm that will maroon the passengers--forcing the passengers of the ship to wander the island in despair. One young prince named Ferdinand, played by Aaron Howland, falls for Miranda and is forced to prove his love and worthiness to Prospero in order to gain his approval. Prospero not only worries about measuring Ferdinandâ€™s worthiness, but also about taking back the control over his own future and control over his traitorous sisterâ€™s quest for power. However, it is the actors--especially the female roles of this production--that help bring the elements of drama, fantasy and comedy. This play, which is usually performed by an all-male cast, was adapted to incorporate more female characters. Katherine Wadleigh, as Antonia, Gerardi, who played Ariel, and Molly Millard, in the role RI$ORQVDQRWRQO\DGDSWHGWKHLUFKDUDFWHUVWRĂ€W a female part, but they also embodied power and control. This allowed these actors to give their characters a sense of authenticity. Wadleigh not only exuded a sense of dark power as Prosperoâ€™s villainous sister, but also FDUULHG KHUVHOI ZLWK FRQĂ€GHQFHDOORZLQJ KHU to take on a Cruella de Vil persona. â€œShe found ways to make it work. [Wadleigh] has developed a wonderful level of female power,â€? Peggy Rae Johnson, director of â€œThe Tempestâ€? said. Connell skillfully played the curious and naĂŻve Miranda in way that gave the character both strength and vulnerability. Gerardi brought a fresh representation to her character Ariel, encompassing dancer-like steps and movements that showcased a sense of grace and insecurity. Her movements allowed her to demonstrate a love for her master and a desire for her freedom. Patterson made the audience fear Prosperoâ€™s purposeful sense of power and control, though develops into a more compassionate character. Patterson also delivered Shakespearean dialogue with emotion, providing a clear understanding of his characterâ€™s motives. But it was the trio of drunken fools--Elissa
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Fredeenâ€™s Trinculo; Stephano, played by Chris Kelly; and Caliban that not only brought a dose of comedy to the show, but also kept the audience entertained. Each actor delivered their lines with a subtle KXPRU DQG DPSOLĂ€HG WKHLU FRPHG\ WKURXJK actions. Johnson said, â€œEven in the tragedies, itâ€™s active, itâ€™s incredibly active. Not just in terms of VZRUG Ă€JKWV 6KDNHVSHDUH ZDV ZULWLQJ IRU WKH stage, not for the page.â€? However, it was not only the actors that helped bring Shakespeareâ€™s play to life, the showâ€™s set and use of lighting illustrated and conveyed the sense of tension and darkness or the presence of a spirit. The setting also featured digital effects that accompanied Prosperoâ€™s moments of power. When performing Shakespeare it can be a risk--sometimes these adaptations can be overshadowed by the dialogue present in the proGXFWLRQ PDNLQJ LW GLIĂ€FXOW WR XQGHUVWDQG WKH meaning and emotion. However, Johnsonâ€™s adaption of â€œThe Tempest,â€? featured actors who not only delivered the dialogue in a way that enhanced the meaning and emotion, but the production also featured actors who maintained a sense of control in their movements, voice range, and emotion. This production not only invited audience members to join the characters in their quest for love, power and control, but they showed why each of these elements were important to each character. But these three elements can only get you so far--sometimes itâ€™s oneâ€™s moral choices that help GHĂ€QHKXPDQEHKDYLRU Sam Norton can be contacted at email@example.com :HV6HUDĂ€QHFDQEHFRQWDFWHGDW IVAN SINGER / CONTRIBUTED PHOTO ZVHUDĂ€QH#NHHQHHTXLQR[FRP Characters Caliban, played by Will Adams and Prospero, played by Dan Patterson helped bring Shakespeareâ€™s play to life.
for the number of impressions [CPM] or clicks it receives. (Cont. from B1) The amount that you pay will never be more than your daily or lifetime budget and fraction of what it would cost to advertise on there are no additional fees associated with television. running ads or sponsored stories on FaceAdvertising on television can cost hun- book. The larger the budget, the more people dreds of thousands of dollars while on Face- a campaign is likely to reach lifetime budget book, â€œWhen you run your ad or sponsored and there are no additional fees associated story on Facebook, you will only be charged
with running ads or sponsored stories on Facebook. The larger the budget, the more people a campaign is likely to reach,â€? Facebookâ€™s website stated. This allows companies to advertise their products in a more cost effective manner. â€œThe ads that I usually click on are of clothing or jewelry, that is what appeals to me the most,â€? Facebook user and KSC junior Katelyn Root said. â€œIf something attracts my eye Iâ€™ll click on it and see where itâ€™ll bring me,â€? Root added. The advertisement all depends on the apearance of the ad, which is what helps lure clients in and to have them come back for more. A tip from frugalmarketing.com states ways to attract clients are to offer a reduced price, a special service and to stand far out from the competition. Business-opportunities.biz website said, â€œChoose something like a coupon or a two day sale, this will get the customers rolling LQ WKH GRRU VSHFLĂ€FDOO\ IRU WKH VDOH EXW WKHQ once they see all the products offered and the prices that are available every day and the excellent customer service that they will receive, it is almost a sure bet that everyone will be coming back over and over whether there is a sale or not.â€? A number of KSC students reportedly all commonly drew most of their attention towards clothing advertisements. Lauren Dougherty said, â€œThe only ad WKDW , DFWXDOO\ Ă€QG LQWHUHVWLQJ LV LI WKHUH DUH clothes that are cute. Iâ€™ll click onto it and then PAUL SAKUMA / AP PHOTO ,Ă€QGP\VHOIORRNLQJDWWKHFORWKLQJZHEVLWH This Feb. 8, 2012, photo shows a mural at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. for 15 minutes,â€? she said.
Now, advertisements have become a crucial part of social networking sites.
Junior Julie Trombetta said she also likes to explore clothing advertisements. â€?It brings me to new clothing lines that Iâ€™ve never heard of before,â€? she said. However, even though the advertisements attract recruiters, they do not necessarily lead any student interviewed into a purchase. Though according to businessnewsdaily. com, â€œA comScore report, which was co-sponsored by Facebook, however, showed a different result, saying that Facebook ads did help purchases, sometimes as much as 38 percent over those not exposed to Facebook ads.â€? Freshman Hanna DeSouza said,â€œI think it all depends on the person, if he or she would want to buy something off of Facebook. Personally, I think ads are a virus and I get too scared to click on them.â€? Advertising is a form of persuading the audience, and by advertising on Facebook, it will attract a large audience with different interests. Bagwell.com gives interesting advice when it comes to targeting audience; identity your audience, use advertising media that will reach your audience, design and write copy to relate to your audience. By following these rules, a company can succeed in attracting a larger crowd. However, advertising on Facebook not only reaches a larger targeted audience, but it ensures that Facebook users can access these advertisements anywhere, whether it is at home using the computer or on the go with their smartphone, which makes Facebook societyâ€™s largest billboard for advertising.
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with the group of people,â€? she said. So after feeling such a bond to Monica, Chandler, Rachel, Ross, Joey and Phoebe, how could you not have ants in your pants in anticipation about where they are today? â€œIt would be funny to see them now because itâ€™s such an old show, plus everyone loves throwbacks,â€? Swigon said. We DOO NQRZ KRZ UDUH LW LV WR Ă€QG that one show that you can watch over, and over, and over againâ€Ś and then one more time. Yeah, shows like â€œBreaking Badâ€? and â€œDexterâ€? are awesome, but they are also action packed and full of mystery to keep you on the edge of your seat. â€œFriendsâ€? didnâ€™t and never will need all of that built up suspense to be the best show everâ€” since theyâ€™ll always be there for you. Rebecca Farr can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Local artist hitches a ride to the top Musician gets the opportunity to go on tour REBECCA MARSH
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Jake McKelvie, lead singer and guitarist for the band Jake McKelvie and The Countertops will be going on tour with the Heligoats this spring.
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Senior Rachel Benson helped sculpt the props for the play “The Tempest,” which was directed by PeggyRae Johnson. The production debuted at the Redfern Arts Center on Wednesday Feb. 27 to March 2.
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Classic authorsâ€™ work now adapted for the big screen SAM NORTON
to read the classics and keep them present in our society. Foreign literature researcher Yan Beiwen said, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte and F. Scott Fitzger- â€œThe impact of movies on literature has been very ald each have their place in todayâ€™s society. However, it ELJ )RU QRQOLWHUDWXUH ORYHUV WKH Ă€UVW FKRLFH LV SUREmay not be what they envisioned. ably movies. But sometimes a good movie can inspire Instead of being regarded for their classic novels, SHRSOHWRUHDGWKHQRYHOWKDWWKHĂ€OPLVDGDSWHGIURPÂľ their detailed storytelling and character development, according to CCTVâ€™s article. these authorsâ€™ names are recognized in a different %XW VRPHWLPHV WKH UHDVRQ D Ă€OP DGDSWDWLRQ PD\ capacity, all thanks to the jump from page to screen. be more popular than the original book is because it These famous books are no longer commonly read JLYHVDXGLHQFHPHPEHUVDGHĂ€QLWHLPDJH E\RXUJHQHUDWLRQPDQ\DUHPRUHOLNHO\WRVHHDĂ€OP They no longer have to imagine the appearance of based off of the book rather than reading the book. each character, they no longer have to picture how a :KLOHWKHVHĂ€OPDGDSWDWLRQVNHHSWKHJUHDWVDOLYH character would walk and talk, and they no longer it is not a true representation of the impact they had on have to dream up a setting: the hard work is done for the publishing world. them. $QG WKHVH Ă€OP DGDSWDWLRQV DUH QHYHU FRPSOHWHO\ Yet, if audience members fail to read a book before accurate, which helps skew the original message of WKH\VHHWKHĂ€OPYHUVLRQWKHVHLQWHUSUHWDWLRQVRIFKDUthese authors. DFWHUDQGVHWWLQJZLOOLQĂ XHQFHWKHZD\WKH\SHUFHLYH According to the article â€œFilm Adaptations of lit- the novel. erature for page to screen,â€? by CCTV News, â€œIt has According to the article, â€œWhat Makes a Good EHHQHVWLPDWHGWKDWDWKLUGRIDOOĂ€OPVHYHUPDGHZHUH Book-to-Film Adaptation?â€? by Tasha Robinson, â€œBut if adapted from novels. If you count other literary forms, ERRNWRĂ€OPDGDSWDWLRQVFDQIDLOE\EHLQJWRRIDLWKIXO such as dramas or short stories, that estimate might or by being not faithful enough, whatâ€™s left? And is it well be 65 percent or more.â€? fair for people who have read the book to complain However, society--especially younger generations- about it not giving them something new, when itâ€™s still -are sometimes unfamiliar with the novels these pop- serving a purpose by accurately bringing the story XODUĂ€OPVDUHEDVHGRQ to people who havenâ€™t read the book? Is it possible to %XWVRPHWLPHVDOOLWWDNHVLVDĂ€OPWRLQVSLUHWKRVH please or even serve both audiences? What makes a
good book adaptation, anyway?â€? I once heard that nothing is original--that everything written is formulated off of another idea. Maybe this is done because it is best to stick with what you know, or maybe it is the easiest and fastest way to JDLQDSURĂ€WZKHWKHURUQRWWKHUHDVRQLQJWKHVHĂ€OP adaptations make an impact on the original novel, both positively and negatively. I still believe that reading the classics--â€?Pride and Prejudice,â€? â€œJane Eyreâ€? and â€œThe Great Gatsbyâ€?--before they debut on the big screen will allow you to develop a sense of the characters and plot in a way WKDWLVVSHFLĂ€FWR\RXUVWUHDPRIWKLQNLQJ 7KLVZD\QRWKLQJZLOOLQĂ XHQFH\RXURSLQLRQRQ RQHRIWKHFODVVLFVVRPHWKLQJDĂ€OPDQGRXUJHQHUDtion have the potential to do. &&79VWDWHVÂ´1HLWKHUĂ€FWLRQQRUĂ€OPLVVXSHULRU to each other, but they certainly are different in their DHVWKHWLFDQGSV\FKRORJLFDOHIIHFWV)URPWH[WWRĂ€OP what is lost? And what is gained? Maybe the answer is not important. The only thing that matters is whether it is accepted by audiences in this modern era.â€? But what should be important to this era is maintaining a sense of authenticity-not only to the classics, but to your imagination as well. Sam Norton can be contacted at email@example.com JILL TAGUE / EQUINOX STAFF
Donâ€™t miss this weekâ€™s upcoming events Putnam Theatre
Colonial Theatre George Thorogood and The Destroyers Saturday, March 9 8:00 p.m. â€œHitchcockâ€? Plays Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Sunday at 2:00, 5:00, and 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday at 7:00
Redfern Arts Center
Aikido Studio Brattleboro, VT Community Circle Dance with /LQGD%ODNHRI*UHHQÓžHOG Mass. Sunday, March 10 3:30 to 5:30
Friday and Saturday 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday 7:00 p.m. Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
Local music nights Fritz the Place to Eat Steve Pavao Original Acoustic Folk & blues
Letters Home Wednesday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21 at 9:30 a.m.
â€œSearching for Sugar Manâ€? Playing from Friday, March 8 to Friday, March 15
Events starting on Friday, March 8
Ian Fitzgerald Acoustic Singer-Songwriter Friday, March 8 from 6:30 to 9:00
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Stocks grind higher, pushing Dow toward record STEVE ROTHWELL
ASSOCIATED PRESS Investors brushed off early jitters about a potential slowdown in China and pushed the 'RZWRLWVKLJKHVWFORVHRIWKH\HDU The Dow Jones industrial average rose SRLQWV RU SHUFHQW WR 7KH LQGH[LVDIUDFWLRQRIDSHUFHQWDJHSRLQWDZD\ IURPLWVUHFRUGFORVHRIUHDFKHGRQ2FW Stocks dropped at the opening bell and stayed lower most of the morning amid concern that new steps introduced by the Chinese government to cool the booming KRXVLQJPDUNHWLQWKHZRUOGÂˇVVHFRQGODUJHVW HFRQRP\ Chinese markets were dragged down by housing stocks, which fell sharply after the FRXQWU\ÂˇV FDELQHW RUGHUHG QHZ PHDVXUHV WR UHLQ LQ KRPH SULFHV &KLQD ZLOO UDLVH PLQLmum down payments in areas where prices are deemed to be rising too fast and crack down on efforts to evade limits on how many SURSHUWLHVHDFKEX\HUFDQDFTXLUH Â´7KH 86 PDUNHW FRQWLQXHV WR GLJHVW WKH negative news and hang tough,â€? said Ryan 'HWULFN D VHQLRU VWUDWHJLVW DW 6FKDHIIHUÂˇV ,QYHVWPHQW5HVHDUFK The stock market has rallied this year RQ RSWLPLVP WKDW WKH 86 KRXVLQJ PDUNHW is recovering and signs that companies are KLULQJ PRUH 6WURQJ FRUSRUDWH HDUQLQJV DQG continuing economic stimulus from the FedHUDO5HVHUYHKDYHDOVRERRVWHGVWRFNSULFHV Despite having already logged strong gains this year, stocks may still be able to maintain their momentum as investors move money out of bonds, Rob Lutts, chief investPHQW RIĂ€FHU DW &DERW 0RQH\ 0DQDJHPHQW VDLG Â´,WÂˇV DOO DERXW ZKHUH WKH PRQH\ LV JRLQJÂľ /XWWVVDLGÂ´,IWKHPRQH\WKDWLVVLWWLQJRQWKH VLGHOLQHRULQERQGVLVPRYLQJLQWRHTXLWLHV WKDWDORQHLVHQRXJKWRFUHDWHWKDWVKLIWÂľ ,QYHVWRUV SXW ELOOLRQ LQWR 86 VWRFN PXWXDO IXQGV LQ WKH ZHHN HQGLQJ )HE
For Fla. citrus crop, itâ€™s been a tough year TAMARA LUSH
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Specialist Peter Giacchi, right, calls out prices at the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. The stock market pushed higher Thursday afternoon, sending the Dow tantalizingly close to a record high.
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Middle East is new global travel crossroads SCOTT MAYEROWITZ
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Indian rights activist Lusbi Portillo speaks to the press about the killing of indigenous leader Sabino Romero in Caracas, Venezuela, on March 4, 2013.
Venezuela investigates slaying of indigenous chief CHRISTOPHER TOOTHAKER
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Mourning in NY as baby dies after hit-and-run COLLEEN LONG AND VERENA DOBNIK
ASSOCIATED PRESS $FORVHNQLWXOWUD2UWKRGR[-HZLVKFRPPXQLW\LQ%URRNlyn was plunged into a new round of mourning Monday by the death of a baby who was delivered by cesarean section after his parents were killed in a grisly hit-and-run crash a GD\HDUOLHU 3ROLFHKXQWHGIRUWKHVXVSHFWHGGULYHULGHQWLĂ€HGDV-XOLR Acevedo, saying he was barreling down a residential street LQD%0:DWPSKRUWZLFHWKHVSHHGOLPLWRQ6XQGD\ morning when he collided with a car hired to take the FRXSOHWRWKHKRVSLWDO The death of the newborn on Monday piled tragedy JOHN MINCHILLO / ASSOCIATED PRESS XSRQWUDJHG\DQGFRPSRXQGHGWKHFRPPXQLW\ÂˇVJULHI7KH Mourners surround a casket outside the Congregation LQIDQWZDVH[SHFWHGWREHEXULHGQHDUWKHIUHVKJUDYHVRI Yetev Lev Dâ€™Satmar synagogue at the funeral for two KLVSDUHQWV1DFKPDQDQG5DL]\*ODXEHUERWK$ERXW expectant parents who were killed in a car accident a thousand community members turned out for the young early Sunday, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. FRXSOHÂˇVIXQHUDODGD\HDUOLHU â€œThe mood in the neighborhood is very heavy,â€? said DQGZHUHOLYLQJLQWKH:LOOLDPVEXUJQHLJKERUKRRG 7KH\ZHUHPHPEHUVRIWKH6DWPDU+DVLGLFVHFWZKRVH Oscar Sabel, a retired printer who lives near the scene of the men dress in dark coats and hats, wear long beards like DFFLGHQWÂ´:HDOOKRSHGWKHEDE\ZRXOGVXUYLYHÂľ %URRNO\Q LV KRPH WR WKH ODUJHVW FRPPXQLW\ RI XOWUD their Eastern European ancestors and have limited dealings 2UWKRGR[-HZVRXWVLGH,VUDHOPRUHWKDQ7KHFRXSOH ZLWKWKHRXWVLGHZRUOG5DL]\*ODXEHUJUHZXSLQDSURPLwed last year in a marriage arranged through a matchmaker Âť Â MOURNING Â IN Â NY, Â B6
)ORULGDÂˇVFLWUXVFURSKDVVXIIHUHG huge losses this year, with fruit falling from trees and the overall forecast declining about 10 percent, but WKHSUREOHPVVKRXOGQÂˇWWUDQVODWHWRD price increase at the breakfast table Âł\HW ([SHUWV DQG JURZHUV VD\ ZDUP dry weather; too much fruit on each tree; and citrus greening disease are WKHOLNHO\FXOSULWV Some say this is the year that greening â€” which is caused by a fast-spreading bacteria and is DOVR NQRZQ DV +/% RU LQ &KLQHVH +XDQJORQJELQJÂłĂ€QDOO\WUDQVODWHV LQWRFURSORVVHV Greening is spread by insects, DQG WKHUH LV QR FXUH ,W OHDYHV IUXLW sour and unusable, and eventually NLOOVWKHLQIHFWHGWUHH Â´, GRQÂˇW WKLQN WKHUHÂˇV DQ\ GRXEW WKDW ZHÂˇUH EHJLQQLQJ WR VHH WKH effects of citrus greening on the industry,â€? 0RVW RI )ORULGDÂˇV ELJJHVW FURS Valencia oranges, is used for juice, and because of a surplus from last year, consumer prices are not H[SHFWHG WR LQFUHDVH WKLV \HDU %XW WKH\FRXOGLQWKHIXWXUH At the beginning of the season ODVW2FWREHUWKH86'HSDUWPHQWRI $JULFXOWXUHSUHGLFWHGWKDWWKHVWDWHÂˇV total citrus crop would yield 154 milOLRQER[HVRIIUXLW %XWWKDWIRUHFDVWKDVEHHQGRZQJUDGHG WR PLOOLRQ ER[HV $ ER[ of oranges, temples or tangelos is SRXQGV JUDSHIUXLW ER[HV DUH 85 pounds, and tangerines are 95 SRXQGV â€œThe USDA has reduced the estimate three times in one season,â€? 3XWQDPVDLGÂ´)RUDQRQIUHH]HQRQ KXUULFDQH \HDU WKDWÂˇV H[WUDRUGLQDU\ ,ÂˇPYHU\FRQFHUQHGÂľ The total impact of citrus in FlorLGDÂˇV HFRQRP\ LV DERXW ELOOLRQ D year, and seasons like this one can VHWIDUPHUVRQHGJH 7KHVWDWHÂˇVFLWUXVKDUYHVWLVDERXW KDOIZD\RYHU The early-season varieties have been picked, but Valencia oranges are scheduled for harvest in the FRPLQJZHHNV Â´:HZHUHPRUHWKDQGLVDSSRLQWHG for the early fruit,â€? said Michael Sparks, the CEO of Florida Citrus 0XWXDO WKH VWDWHÂˇV ODUJHVW JURZHU RUJDQL]DWLRQ According to the Florida Citrus 0XWXDO WKH VWDWH ERDVWV acres of citrus groves and more than PLOOLRQFLWUXVWUHHV The citrus industry directly and LQGLUHFWO\ FRQWULEXWHV VRPH MREVLQ)ORULGD $ERXW SHUFHQW RI )ORULGDÂˇV oranges are used for juice; by conWUDVW WKH PDMRULW\ RI &DOLIRUQLDÂˇV RUDQJH FURS LV VROG DV IUHVK IUXLW Florida is second in the world for orange juice production, behind the FRXQWU\RI%UD]LO Sparks said that even though lots of early fruit fell from the trees, the GURSSHG IUXLW ZRQÂˇW HQG XS RQ FRQVXPHUVÂˇEUHDNIDVWWDEOHV Â´:HGRQRWDOORZWKDWIUXLWWREH PDGHLQWRMXLFHÂľKHVDLG 6SDUNVVDLGDÂ´UDWKHUVLJQLĂ€FDQWÂľ inventory last year will prevent price increases for consumers, but
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Gun comments split family JOHN LEICESTER
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Seniors spring forward following final season JAY MCAREE
EQUINOX STAFF Athletes here at Keene State College didnâ€™t all get here the same way: some were recruited, some walked RQ VRPH FDPH IURP IDU DZD\ DQG RWKHUV FDPH IURP ULJKW LQ WRZQ But the one thing they all have in FRPPRQUHJDUGOHVVRIKRZWKH\JRW here, is that inevitably their college career will end. Senior Ryan Martin played as a JXDUGIRUWKHPHQÂˇVEDVNHWEDOOWHDP DQG RQH RI WKH WRS VFRUHUV WR HYHU JUDFHWKHXQLIRUP'XULQJKLVWKUHH year career here he put together a resumĂŠ on the court that any boss would be impressed with includLQJ$OO/(&Ă€UVWWHDPWKUHH\HDUVLQ row and an astounding 1,303 points to land him eleventh on KSCâ€™s alltime scoring list. Â´,IHHOOLNHWKHFRPPXQLW\UHDOO\ VXSSRUWV WKH WHDP KHUH ,W ZDV IXQ going to games where people knew ZKR\RXZHUHDQGDORWRISHRSOHRQ WKHGD\RIJDPHVZRXOGWDONWR\RX QRW MXVW SHRSOH ZKR JR WR VFKRRO here, but people around Keene,â€? Martin said. He continued, â€œIâ€™m going to miss MXVW FRPSHWLQJ $Q\WLPH \RX JHW D FKDQFH WR SXW RQ D XQLIRUP DQG SOD\DQGMXVWFRPSHWHIRU\RXUWHDP with all the guys that youâ€™re around everyday trying to accomplish that same goal, thatâ€™s what Iâ€™m going to miss,â€? Martin said. With his college basketball days now behind him, Martin said he has ]HUR SODQV RI KDQJLQJ WKRVH VQHDNers up and will look to continue to play basketball. Â´,JRWDQDJHQWQRZMXVWJRWRQH WKH RWKHU GD\ VR ,ÂˇP KRSHIXOO\ trying to play overseas, but heâ€™s actually telling me that right now WKHDYHUDJHLVRQO\Ă€YH',,,SOD\HUV per year get paid to play basketball the very next year,â€? Martin said. 7KHRGGVZRQÂˇWVFDUHRIIWKH$OO $PHULFDQDQGULJKWIXOO\VR
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Senior Ryan Martin just finished his college basketball career at Keene State College. Martin said he now has an agent that is trying to help him play basketball overseas following graduation from KSC.
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Elmer was a thrower and captain IRU.6&WKLVZLQWHU He said deciding to throw in college helped him out a bunch, â€œItâ€™s EHHQDOLIHFKDQJHUDFWXDOO\LWNLQG RI KHOSV \RX RUJDQL]H PRUH NHHSV you motivated and gives you someWKLQJ WR ORRN IRUZDUG WR HYHU\GD\Âľ Elmer said. He added, â€œWhen I entered my IUHVKPDQ\HDU,ZDVNLQGRIWKHORZ man on the totem pole because I was behind Brian Kolacz, who was a sixtime All-American. Being named captain by him and the throwing coach was an honor, it shows that they see how hard I worked and how much I cared about the sport and how my team does, it was a JRRGIHHOLQJÂľ What makes Elmerâ€™s success that more interesting is that he is also D 5HVLGHQW $VVLVWDQW IRU &DUOH +DOO Balancing those two workloads is QRMRNH Â´,WÂˇV WLULQJ \RX JHW D ORW RI ODWH QLJKWVDORWRIVOHHSOHVVQLJKWVDFWXally,â€? Elmer said. â€œOverall itâ€™s a great experience being able to help the IUHVKPHQ FRPH LQ DQG UHDOO\ DGDSW WRDQHZOLIHVW\OH,WKLQNMXVWEHLQJ a captain previously helped me be DQ5$DVZHOOEHFDXVHWKHIUHVKPHQ that came in I took under my wing VRLWÂˇVMXVWDELJJHUJURXSÂľ Elmer is currently a volunteer coach at his high school in Cohoes, N.Y. and would like to get his coachLQJFHUWLĂ€FDWHFRPSOHWHG â€œI would like to eventually coach, , GRQÂˇW NQRZ LI LW ZLOO EH KHUH RU ZKHUHYHUP\OLIHWDNHVPHEXW,GHILQLWHO\ VHH FRDFKLQJ LQ WKH IXWXUHÂľ Elmer said. 7KH URDG DIWHU JUDGXDWLRQ LV D ZKROHQHZDGMXVWPHQWWKHVHVHQLRUV ZLOO KDYH WR PDNH %XW LI WKHLU SDVW UHSHDWVLWVHOIWKH\ZLOOKDYHQRWURXEOHPDNLQJVDLGDGMXVWPHQWV Jay McAree can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Owl runners prepare for a chance to be a champion ZACH WINN
EQUINOX STAFF Runners Maggie Fitter, Janel Haggerty and 5\DQ :LG]JRZVNL KDYH DOO TXDOLĂ€HG IRU WKH indoor track nationals on March 8. For seniors Fitter and Haggerty, this is the second time making the trip. â€œThis is a long time coming, weâ€™ve both been working hard the past two years, weâ€™ve ERWK EHHQ ZDQWLQJ WR JR EDFN VLQFH ZH Ă€UVW made it sophomore year,â€? Fitter said, â€œItâ€™ll be D IXQ WULS LWÂˇV MXVW D ELJ DFFRPSOLVKPHQW WR make it.â€? )RU:LG]JRZVNLDMXQLRUWKLVZLOOEHKLV Ă€UVW WLPH JRLQJ WR QDWLRQDOV VRPHWKLQJ WKDW worries his coach. â€œRyanâ€™s a rookie so heâ€™s the most likely to have stars in his eyes,â€?Head Coach Peter Thomas said. Thomas and his three athletes will be Ă \LQJWRQDWLRQDOVZKLFKDUHKHOGLQ,OOLQRLV on March 7, 8 and 9. They have one last meet and then a weeklong gap that the runners say can be both good and bad. Â´, WKLQN WKHUHÂˇV D OLWWOH ELW RI ERWK EHFDXVH LWÂˇV NLQG RI QLFH WR IRFXV RQ ZKDWÂˇV JRLQJ WR KDSSHQ ZKHQ ZH JHW WKHUH IRFXV RQ WKDW weekend,â€? Fitter said. Â´%XWLWÂˇVDOVRDQXQFRPIRUWDEOHIHHOLQJMXVW waiting,â€? Haggerty added. ,I WKH UXQQHUV DUH QHUYRXV WKH\ GLGQÂˇW VKRZLW7KH\VHHPHGUHOD[HGDQGIRFXVHGDV WKH\ MRNHG DERXW FRQVLGHULQJ UXQQLQJ WR ,OOLQRLVIRUWKHPHHW +DYLQJ GRQH WKLV EHIRUH KHOSV DQG ERWK seniors agree theyâ€™ve grown a lot since last TXDOLI\LQJWZR\HDUVDJR â€œI think going as sophomores we were kind
Still, Coach Thomas isnâ€™t treating this ZHHN PXFK GLIIHUHQWO\ IURP DQ\ RWKHU ZHHN in the season. â€œWe cut back on their training a little,â€? 7KRPDVH[SODLQHGÂ´%XWIRUWKHPRVWSDUWLWÂˇV as normal as we can get. We want them keeping their normal mindset.â€? For Haggerty, that might be easier said than done. Last year the season ended emotionally ZKHQVKHIRXQGRXWVKHKDGĂ€QLVKHGUDQNHG sixteenth. A respectable ranking, but only the top 15 girls go to nationals. 7KDW PRWLYDWHG KHU LQ WKH RIIVHDVRQ DQG she enters nationals next week as a two seed, OHDYLQJOLWWOHTXHVWLRQRIKHUGRPLQDQFH (YHQ VR PDNLQJ WKH Ă LJKW GRHVQÂˇW QHFHVsarily mean youâ€™ll be racing on the 8th. There UHPDLQV RQH PRUH TXDOLĂ€HU IRU DOO WKUHH UXQQHUVWKHGD\EHIRUH 2XWRI:LG]JRZVNLDQGKLVRSSRQHQWV [in the mile race], only ten will be able to race in nationals. $QGLI\RXWKRXJKWWKDWZDVKDUVKRXWRI WKH JLUOV ZKR ZLOO UDFH LQ WKH TXDOLĂ€HU RQ the March 7, only the top eight will be running in nationals. So there remains work to do. The runners CONTRIBUTED PHOTO / KEENE STATE COLLEGE SPORTS INFORMATION VHHP WR XQGHUVWDQG WKDW UHIXVLQJ WR PDNH Maggie Fitter competes at a meet at Smith College in Northampton, Mass. Fitter has predictions. qualified for the Division III Indoor Nationals meet with a time of 2:12.41 in the 800 â€œI donâ€™t like predicting whatâ€™s going to meter run. KDSSHQEHFDXVHLI,RYHUWKLQNLWWKHQ,SDQLF RIQDwYHWRDOORILWQRZZHNQRZPRUHZKDW championship. all I know is we [Fitter and Haggerty] are both it means and what it takes to get there,â€? Fitter Haggerty said she thinks this is the most hoping to be in that top eight,â€? Fitter said. said. exciting indoor season sheâ€™s had at KSC. Fitter 5HJDUGOHVVRIKRZWKH\SHUIRUPDWQDWLRQShe added, â€œMentally having been there LVEUDFLQJKHUVHOIIRUDQRWKHUFORVHUDFHLQ,OOLals, theyâ€™ve already accomplished enough. EHIRUHGHĂ€QLWHO\KHOSVÂľ nois. Just this year the girlsâ€™ team has had a lot â€œIâ€™m expecting in my event [the mile] every Zach Winn can be contacted at RIFORVHPHHWVWKDWIRUFHGWKHPWRSXVKWKHP- JLUO ZLOO Ă€QLVK ZLWKLQ WZR VHFRQGV RI HDFK email@example.com VHOYHV LQFOXGLQJ WKH /LWWOH (DVW &RQIHUHQFH other, so itâ€™s really anyoneâ€™s race,â€? Fitter said.
Skylar Diggins leads No. 2 Notre Dame women past No. 3 UConn TOM COYNE
ASSOCIATED PRESS 6HFRQGUDQNHG1RWUH'DPHMXVW wouldnâ€™t give up against No. 3 Connecticut. 1RWZKHQWKH)LJKWLQJ,ULVKIHOO EHKLQGE\VL[SRLQWVLQWKHĂ€UVWRYHUWLPH PLVVLQJ WKHLU Ă€UVW VL[ VKRWV IURPWKHĂ€HOGEHIRUH.D\OD0F%ULGH KLW 1RWUH 'DPHÂˇV RQO\ SRLQWHU RI the game in the closing seconds to tie the score. Not when McBride, who scored D FDUHHUKLJK SRLQWV IRXOHG RXW PRPHQWVDIWHUW\LQJWKHVFRUHDJDLQ in the second overtime only to have WKH +XVNLHV VXUJH WR D Ă€YHSRLQW lead. 1RWUH'DPHWRRNLWVĂ€UVWOHDGRI overtime in the third extra session, XVLQJ D UXQ WR Ă€QDOO\ SXW WKH JDPH DZD\ IRU D YLFWRU\ WKDW gave the Irish their second straight outright Big East regular-season
title. SUHVVXUH 1RWUH 'DPHÂˇV GHIHQVH SXW â€œI was absolutely thrilled with on the ball. WKHUHVLOLHQFHRIWKLVJURXSWRUHIXVH Â´8QOHVVZHJHWEHWWHUDWWKDWWKHQ WR ORVHÂľ 1RWUH 'DPH FRDFK 0XIIHW WKLVLVJRLQJWREHLWIRUXVÂľKHVDLG McGraw said. Â´7KLVLVJRLQJWREHWKHVWRU\RIRXU She added, â€œWe were done in season. Weâ€™re going to come up a UHJXODWLRQDQGWKHĂ€UVWDQGVHFRQG little bit short.â€? RYHUWLPHV :H MXVW NHSW FODZLQJ 6N\ODU'LJJLQVZKROHGWKH,ULVK away and got them to miss some ZLWKSRLQWVDQGUHERXQGVVDLG IUHHWKURZVÂľ the Irish came up with stops when The Irish simply persevered and they needed them. WRRN DGYDQWDJH RI 8&RQQÂˇV LQDELOâ€œWe were attacking. We tried to ity to close out the win. The Hus- VWD\ DJJUHVVLYHÂľ 'LJJLQV VDLG Â´, NLHVZHUHRIIURPWKHIUHHWKURZ PHDQZHÂˇUHWKH)LJKWLQJ,ULVKIRUD OLQHLQWKHĂ€UVWRYHUWLPHDQGRI UHDVRQ,WKRXJKWZHIRXJKWÂľ RYHUDOO IURP WKH IRXO OLQH LQ RYHU1RWUH 'DPH ZHQW WLPH ZKLOH WKH ,ULVK ZHUH RI XQGHIHDWHGLQWKHFRQIHUHQFHIRUWKH The Huskies also had 10 turnovers Ă€UVW WLPH VLQFH MRLQLQJ LQ LQ WKH WKUHH RYHUWLPHV Ă€QLVKLQJ DQGEHFDPHWKHĂ€UVWWHDPWRZLQVL[ with a school-record 35. The previ- RIVHYHQJDPHVDJDLQVW&RQQHFWLFXW ous record was 30 against Southern LQPRUHWKDQWZRGHFDGHV &DOLIRUQLDLQ Auriemma was disappointed his Connecticut coach Geno Huskies couldnâ€™t come up with a big Auriemma blamed the loss on the play when they needed one. Huskiesâ€™ inability to handle the â€œHow many chances can you
have?â€? Auriemma asked. He added, â€œYouâ€™re on the road against a really good team. You might get one chance. You might get two chances when it really matters. But youâ€™re not going to get unlimited chances.â€? (VSHFLDOO\ ZLWK 6WHIDQLH 'ROVRQ and Bria Hartley sitting on the EHQFK DIWHU IRXOLQJ RXW LQ WKH FORVLQJVHFRQGVRIUHJXODWLRQ Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis led 8&RQQ ZLWK SRLQWV .HOO\ )DULV DGGHG SRLQWV DQG UHERXQGV ERWK FDUHHU KLJKV 'ROVRQ KDG points and 11 rebounds, and Hartley Ă€QLVKHGZLWKSRLQWV)DULVKDGD ERRWRQKHUOHIWIRRWDIWHUWKHJDPH VD\LQJ VKH KDG VXIIHUHG D PLQRU sprain. Mosqueda-Lewis said the HusNLHV QHHG WR Ă€QG VRPH DQVZHUV EHFDXVH WKH\ FRXOG IDFH WKH ,ULVK again in the league tournament next week.
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Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins, left, drives the lane as Connecticut guard Kelly Faris defends during an NCAA college basketball game in South Bend, Ind. on Monday. March 4.
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Eastern Connecticut game, he said his coach told him not to get overly excited or anxious about reaching 1,000 points in that game, but Fazio said he was feeling good. It was on a free throw that he got KLVFDUHHUGHĂ€QLQJSRLQWEXWRQO\IRXU SRVVHVVLRQV ODWHU KH ZDV RQ WKH Ă RRU of the basketball court, unconscious. Fazio took a charge and fell to the court while teammate Montel Walcott went up to block the ball off the back board and came down, landing on Fazioâ€™s face. â€œI was knocked out. I was in a daze. I woke up in the hospital feeling nauseous and with a headache,â€? Fazio said. He came to while being carried away on the stretcher, but he doesnâ€™t remember it. He also doesnâ€™t remember speaking with his mother who was at the game. â€œI was talking to a coach about how Iâ€™d like to score the thousandth point at our next game, a home game with the home crowd. He was like, donâ€™t hold back, just push it. Imagine if I didnâ€™t get it and I couldnâ€™t have come back to play,â€? Fazio said. He missed two games but was able to come back in for the LEC championship game against Rhode Island College. Merrow said when he started his work at KSC in the athletic training program 27 years ago, Fazioâ€™s concussion would have been called â€œa bell ringer.â€? â€œWeâ€™ve gone through many, many changes in how we determine what a concussion is.â€? The term, a casual brush-off of the injury, is completely retired in medical jargon. The most recently used term now is a mild brain injury instead of concussion. Merrow acknowledged the increasing awareness and information that has come forth on the injury in recent years. The NCAA doesnâ€™t have a written rule when it comes to concussions, according to Athletic Director John Ratliff. â€œWhat the NCAA provides is guidelines. I donâ€™t think there are hard and fast rules for concussions.â€? Ratliff said, however, there is a much more heightened awareness for concussions. Ratliff said all athletes have to have a pre-screening test for concussions, a baseline that provides the athletic trainers with a yardstick on which to measure the severity of a concussion if an athlete sustains one. Merrow emphasizes that the NCAA mandates that colleges need to have a plan in order
to treat concussions. â€œIf an athlete has any indication they have a concussion in practice or in a game, we pull them immediately,â€? he said. â€œThe plan of action is how are we going to evaluate them to determine if they have a concussion and we have to have a process of gradual return to play.â€? When athletes have no symptoms of a concussion, WKH\PXVWFRPSOHWHDĂ€YHVWDJHSURFHVV before going back to practice for high intensity physical activity. â€œI feel pretty comfortable with what our athletic training room is doing, making sure that weâ€™re doing whatâ€™s in the best interest of student athletesâ€™ safety,â€? Ratliff said. Ratliff also explained the athletic training department was aware of the effects of a concussion â€œbefore it was popular to be cognizant of it,â€? he said. â€œA lot of the new tools that are out there to screen for concussion are computerized. One program is called Impact and itâ€™s a neuro-psychology evaluation tool to check the brain. Schools with football and hockey have those systems in place,â€? Merrow said. While KSC doesnâ€™t have those contact sports, Merrow said he feels their return to play protocols â€œhave served us very, very well.â€? Merrow said despite the budget and size of a particular collegeâ€™s athletic training program, if they have NCAADIĂ€OLDWHG VSRUWV WKH\ PXVW IROORZ WKH guidelines the NCAA provides. Purdue University has conducted an on-going study that determines how much force football players and soccer players experience while being tackled or going up for a header. The study has determined that lasting damaging effects are caused by repeated blows to the head as opposed to one single blow to the head, so athletes involved in physical contact sports have an increased risk of physical and psychological damage the longer they play. â€œThe Purdue study is looking at it and seeing that, over time, the average college football player is hitting WKHLUKHDGDWVLJQLĂ€FDQW*IRUFHVD times per season. Their recommendation is how to limit those opportunities,â€? he said. According to Physics professor Susan Romano, athletes face high levels of g-forces in play without the help of safety equipment that straps them in, like a roller coaster. The Purdue study suggests limiting the number of times a week a player is dealing with this high volume of contact. Right now, â€œthe NCAA is not taking action because the football coaches want as much contact as they can. I think itâ€™s a tremendous idea to limit that contact during the week,â€?
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Merrow said. As far as other preventive measures, womenâ€™s soccer player Hayley Kenyon said something worn on the head during the game might get in the way of play. She mentioned a foam headpiece worn by her teamâ€™s goalie to prevent concussions, but â€œgoing up for a header, the ball may go a different way than what you intended,â€? she said. â€œItâ€™s a good protective measure, but Iâ€™m just not sure if itâ€™s practical.â€? Merrow also agrees with Kenyon that helmets and protective equipment are not the best answer. â€œTypically, what weâ€™ve been looking at is helmets. What happens during a concussion is the brain shakes around in there. Even with a helmet on, it can only offer a certain degree of protection,â€? he said. â€œIf youâ€™re hit hard enough with a helmet, the brain still wiggles around, causing a concussion,â€? he said. Kenyonâ€™s suggestion for a possible solution was tighter calls from the referees, but it can only do so much to protect DWKOHWHVÂ´'HĂ€QLWHO\HQIRUFLQJWKHUXOHV is important and following the rules for WKH DWKOHWHV LV LPSRUWDQW :HÂˇUH GHĂ€nitely in a situation where there can be dramatic changes in sports,â€? Merrow VDLG ,Q DGGLWLRQ WR HIĂ€FLHQW HQIRUFHment of the rules of the game, Merrow acknowledged that there are other ways to help prevent concussions. â€œThe best thing we can do is proper skills, proper technique, strengthen the
neck for sports like soccer. The strength in the neck and head is very important,â€? Merrow said. â€œMaking sure you donâ€™t use you head with a helmet on it as a weapon. We still donâ€™t have the answers to completely prevent a concussion.â€? The issue, however, isnâ€™t just in the world of sports. Many states are adopting legislation to help protect athletes from concussions, on the high school level and the college level as well. Particularly in New Hampshire, House Bill 402 was passed in August of last year, a measure to protect athletes at the high school level. The bill on freeconcussion.org, states that all high schools throughout New Hampshire must have some sort of system in place in order to diagnose concussions and to treat them. The bill also requires schools to disseminate important about concussions and their harmful effects, so throughout all levels of play, athletes can be protected from the damaging effects as a result of minor brain injuries. Merrow said irreversible changes can be the result of multiple concussions, and can lead to fading memory, altered memory, personality changes, constant headaches and some people may become violent. The brain changes over time as a result of the constant impact. It affects their academic life and could result in changes in how they learn and study. Whitney Cyr can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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â€œWe had some really good relays at New England [Championships] and the relays are a really good way for us to get people into the meet,â€? Fabian continued, â€œOur 800 relay got an A-cut so those four guys autoPDWLFDOO\TXDOLĂ€HGIRU1&$$ÂˇVÂľ The seven Owls competing in the competition at the end of March consist of a PL[HG EDJ RI WDOHQW 6ZLPPLQJ LQ WKH 5HOD\DIWHUUHFHLYLQJDQ$FXWDW/(&ÂˇVZLOO be juniors Drew Ledwith and Jared Hyde DORQJZLWKIUHVKPHQ&ROH+RJJDQG6KDKDU 5HVPDQ Competing in the 400 and 200 relays will be juniors James Black and Hyde, senior Austin Harris and freshman Greg YoungVWURP5HVPDQ/HGZLWK+\GHDQG<RXQJstrom have their own individual races that WKH\ZLOOEHUDFLQJLQDW1DWLRQDOVDVZHOO )LUVW\HDU TXDOLĂ€HUV 5HVPDQ +RJJ DQG Youngstrom will be competing on the main stage that every swimmer works so hard for DOO \HDU 5HVPDQ ZKRÂˇV UDFHG LQ WKH RSHQ water World Circuits and European ChamSLRQVKLSVVDLGKHIHHOVJUHDWDQGFRQĂ€GHQW JRLQJKHDGĂ€UVWLQWRWKHSRRORQFHWKH\JHW WR7H[DV â€œI have experience in the World Cup and European Championships so I know what a ELJHYHQWLVOLNHEXW,GRQÂˇWNQRZZKDWDELJ HYHQWLVOLNHLQWKH8QLWHG6WDWHVÂľ5HVPDQ VDLG Â´6R ,ÂˇP H[FLWHG DQG LWÂˇV ZHLUG IRU PH because Texas is in the same country and WKHĂ LJKWWDNHVDERXWĂ€YHKRXUVVRLWÂˇVUHDOO\ ZHLUG , KDYH WKH SUHVVXUH RQ WKH UHOD\ VR I have to swim really fast for me and for WKHJX\V,IHHOJRRGWKRXJKEXW,GRQÂˇWOLNH to speak before the races about what I am going to do before the races and I prefer WR VDYH LW WR P\VHOI OHWÂˇV VHH DIWHU WKH UDFH ZKHUHZHDUHÂľ Resman holds the most important event to be the 800 relay because it also holds the most importance to his teammates, which
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working on their speed and form, returnee Jared Hyde said much more of the training has been aerobic based after coming off taper and is now the beginning of the preWDSHUZRUNRXWVWKDWZLOOJHWWKHPWRJRIDVW Â´:HÂˇYHMXVWEHHQSUHSDULQJE\VZLPPLQJ and getting into a mental head set,â€? Hyde VDLGÂ´:HÂˇUHDOOUHDOO\H[FLWHGWRJRWR7H[DV LWVKRXOGEHDORWRIIXQ:HÂˇUHUHDG\WRUDFHÂľ
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However, receiving a transfer from a conference rival school like 3O\PRXWK6WDWHLVGHĂ€QLWHO\DUDULW\ Curley said, â€œI really tried to avoid that but the other schools I was looking at were too much money and not really what I ZDQWHGÂľ +HFRQWLQXHGÂ´7KH\GLGQÂˇWWDNH PHOHDYLQJWRRZHOOVR,ÂˇPNLQGRI taking it personally and going to WDNHLWRXWRQWKHP,VWLOOWDONWRD few of the guys, a few of my good friends there, but overall the team
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Mike Curley is a sophomore from Billerica, Mass. where he played high school lacrosse at Billerica Memorial High School along with fellow Keene State College teammate Tommy Todd.
Now dawning an Owl uniform, Curley looks to make instant impact JAY MCAREE
EQUINOX STAFF <RXNQRZWKDWIHHOLQJRIĂ€QGLQJPRQH\" You didnâ€™t go out looking for it: you just happened to stumble across a crinkly bill on the ground and picked it up and smirked. The Keene State College Menâ€™s Lacrosse Team might have done just that and found money in the form of transfer athlete Mike Curley. Head coach of the menâ€™s lacrosse team, Mark Theriault, didnâ€™t go out looking for a premiere defender within the conference who could start immediately, but he certainly got one. â€œA little bit of success breeds success.
People want to play for programs that are winning,â€? Theriault said. â€œIâ€™m sure [Curley] had all intentions in the world to stay at Plymouth State for all four years but then I guess it wasnâ€™t the right match for him for a variety of reasons.â€? Curley transferred from Plymouth State University during the summer and started school at KSC during the fall semester. He said there were a number of factors contributing to the change, including the competitiveness of both programs. He menWLRQHGWKHOHDJXHVHPLĂ€QDOVODVW\HDUZKHUH KSC beat Plymouth, 21-0. â€œI wasnâ€™t 100 percent happy there and wanted to try somewhere else,â€? Curley said. â€œA good friend from my hometown actually
thatâ€™s new and you donâ€™t know anyone.â€? 7UDQVIHUULQJDWWKHFROOHJHOHYHOGHĂ€QLWHO\ has a lot to it behind the scenes; ask anybody who has gone through the process. Certain sports like basketball and football will make you sit out a year at the Division I level, but that is not the case at Division III, which make things a bit simpler. Athletic Director at KSC, John Ratliff, VLPSOLĂ€HGLWEHVW â€œItâ€™s pretty basic for division three, if the student was academically and athletically eligible from the institution they left, then they are eligible here,â€? Ratliff said. â€œYou canâ€™t transfer out of trouble; that in a nutshell is the rule.â€?
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Concussions affecting KSC athletes WHITNEY CYR
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With a clutch performance in the Keene State College Menâ€™s Lacrosse teamâ€™s season opener, this weekâ€™s Athlete of the Week is Taylor Jette. The senior led the Owls to an 11-9 victory over Rensselaer at home, to kick off their season on a positive note. Jette had two goals and assisted two others in the game. His presence was crucial in the waning minutes of the game assisting Taylor Wickeâ€™s goal with 8:15 remaining, tying the game at 9-9. He then scored the teamâ€™s go-ahead goal with 4:35 left on the game clock. --7KHĂ€UVWUXQQHUXSWKLVZHHN is Cody Dube of the KSC Baseball team. The freshman pitcher PDGH KLV Ă€UVW VWDUW IRU .6& LQ their game against Western New England College. Dube came into the game in the eighth inning, and pitched six shutout innings to help the Owls eventually pull out the 6-5 victory in the 13th inning. Of the 21 batters Dube faced, he only allowed one hit and one walk in his dĂŠbut. --The second runner-up this week is Nicole Curry of the womenâ€™s lacrosse team. The senior captain had one goal and two assists in KSCâ€™s 11-6 defeat in their season RSHQHU DJDLQVW 6SULQJĂ€HOG &ROlege.
Eric Fazio scored 1,029 points during his collegiate career. For several hours, however, he only remembered 988 of them. Fazio is a forward for the Keene State College Menâ€™s Basketball team, and he sustained a concussion the same game he reached the 1,000 point milestone during the Owlsâ€™ contest against Eastern Connecticut College. Fazio still has no memory from the time he was knocked unconscious to the time he woke up in the hospital hours later. While he was carried off the court on a stretcher, Fazio walked into the KSC basketball record books, becoming one member of a trio of teammates to reach the 1,000 point mark throughout their careers. This is only the second time in KSC history a triad of players has accomplished this feat, after three teammates in the 19881989 season reached the same goal. â€œItâ€™s the greatest feeling to be a part of that prestigious 1000-point club group. I come into the gym and I look at all the plaques of the names in the gym and soon my name will be up there and people will remember me,â€? Fazio said. Fazio, while celebrating his accomplishment, was also contending with the recovery from his concussion. The world of sports has taken a closer look at concussions and their damaging effects, including the NFLâ€™s institution of stricter penalties on players for helmet-to-helmet contact as well as the NCAAâ€™s injury and concussion monitoring system. According to ncaa.org, estimates suggest that between 1.6 and 3.5 million concussions occur every year as a result of sports-related activities. How-
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convinced me to transfer here [to KSC]; he played a big factor in it. He made it easy on me and introduced me to everyone before the season started.â€? That good friend was senior captain of the lacrosse team, Tommy Todd, who was a transfer from Southern New Hampshire University and shares the hometown of Billerica, Mass. with Curley. Todd said, â€œI went to high school with him so that was a big deal for us. I mean we could play together again, which is nice. We were coached the same way so weâ€™re kind of on the same page.â€? He continued, â€œWe compliment each other a lot, which is cool, and itâ€™s nice to know people and not go into somewhere
It takes just one moment in time for an athlete to approach that edge, and in one immediate decision, decide to leap over that edge and push themselves harder than they ever have before. In Shenandoah, Texas, between March 20 and 23, seven Keene State College swimmers will be approaching that edge of the pool and will be making that split-second decision right before WKH\GLYHLQKHDGĂ€UVW KSC is bringing a record seven Owl swimmers from the male team to the 2013 Menâ€™s Swimming and Diving NCAA National Championships. Head Coach Jack Fabian, who is leading the preparation process of the highest scaled event of the 2012-2013 season has the experience to know what it takes to lead the charge into such a prominent meet. Also assisting on the U.S. Open Water National Team, Fabian recently traveled to Brazil for a national meet. â€œRight now weâ€™re 21 days out of nationals so theyâ€™re going to start swimmer pre-taper phase starting tomorrow actually, which means we start getting actually a little bit more rest and a little bit more focus on just speed work and a lot of recovery swimming,â€? Fabian said. â€œThe last 10 to 15 days have actually been pretty rigorous. Theyâ€™ve been working really hard and have had a really complete schedule with really GLIĂ€FXOW OLIWLQJ VFKHGXOHV DQG WKHQ weâ€™re going to start transitioning them to more resting start at 20 days and out,â€? he stated. 7KH ODUJH LQĂ X[ RI .6& WDOHQW at this yearâ€™s nationals is a welldeserved honor and explanation from Coach Fabian over the accomplishment.
ever, the study doesnâ€™t account for possible under-reporting and the different symptoms every athlete experiences while concussed. According to Bob Merrow, the athletic training coordinator at KSC, concussions are a traumatic brain injury, sustained after a forceful bump, jolt or a blow to the head that alters the way in which the brain IXQFWLRQV&RQFXVVLRQVDUHGLIĂ€FXOW to detect because the symptoms are varied and may show up immediately after the incident or it can show up hours or weeks later. The symptoms include loss of consciousness, headaches, general confusion, fuzzy vision, issues with balance, sensitivity to light and noise, nausea, slow UHDFWLRQ WLPH GLIĂ€FXOW\ FRQFHQWUDWing as well as amnesia. â€œThere is a major change in the metabolic function of the brain after a concussion. Each athlete has to be looked at differently,â€? Merrow said. Merrow said he doesnâ€™t see too many concussions per year, around ten, but there has been a major shift in the diagnosis and treatment of concussions. Some athletes may be symptom-free the day after it happens, but another athlete could take two weeks to become free from the symptoms of a concussion. Another KSC athlete, junior Hayley Kenyon, is no stranger to concussions. Kenyon is a forward DQGRXWVLGHPLGĂ€HOGHUIRUWKHZRPenâ€™s soccer team and couldnâ€™t play a few games this past season as a result of a concussion. â€œI went up for a header, I got an elbow to the back of the head. I landed on my back and I remember it all happening, but I was shaken up when it happened,â€? she said. â€œThe trainer started asking me questions and I wasnâ€™t answering right away. I got up with the help of my teammates
DQG ZDONHG RII Ă€QHÂľ .HQ\RQ VDLG that after a trainer assessed her and gave her some tests to complete, the trainer still thought Kenyon might have gotten a concussion. The following Monday, Kenyon said she started to get headaches and had to sit out for about a week, so she missed a few games. â€œThe trainers were really helpful. I didnâ€™t go to the hospital; they were right on top of the issue,â€? she said. Kenyon said after, she was timid about going up for headers during a game, but she just had to get over it. Also familiar with concussions is athletic trainer and vice president of the womenâ€™s club rugby team, junior J.J. Desrochers. As a member of a club sport, Desrochers and her teammates donâ€™t have the luxury of EHLQJDQ1&$$DIĂ€OLDWHGVSRUWDQG what comes along with it--concussion pre-screening tests and assistance from the KSC athletic training staff. While they are required to have trainers at every game, Desrochers said they have to hire EMTâ€™s and trainers to be on hand during games and the money to pay these trainers comes from their clubâ€™s own funds, whereas the assistance and medical care is free for NCAADIĂ€OLDWHG DWKOHWHV 'HVURFKHUV VDLG an EMT needs to be present at every home game in a season (about three or four), and the total cost of hiring WKHFHUWLĂ€HGPHGLFLVDURXQG per season. Rugby is a very physical sport, and Desrochers has had her fair share of injuries playing the high contact game. â€œIâ€™ve personally sprained both my ankles, gotten two concussions, sprained my shoulder and cracked two ribs,â€? she said. Without insurance, any sort of medical bill is the injured rugby playerâ€™s problem. Desrochers said her injuries
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have spanned seven years, as she SOD\HGLQKLJKVFKRRO+HUĂ€UVWFRQcussion occurred in high school and her second one sustained in college was more severe, as she was knocked unconscious. Desrochers said in her dual role as an athletic training major and as a rugby player, itâ€™s often frustrating to see her teammates get hurt because from a legal VWDQGSRLQW VKHÂˇV QRW FHUWLĂ€HG WR help them out. â€œI canâ€™t legally help anyone on my
WHDP , FDQ KHOS RXW ZLWK Ă€UVW DLG but thatâ€™s about it. Itâ€™s really frustrating. We do a lot more than other sports do but we donâ€™t get the help that we need,â€? she said. Desrochers said the rugby team is trying to get 1&$$DIĂ€OLDWHG EXW IRU QRZ WKH club sport remains just that--a club. A concussion or injury in an NCAA recognized sport is a different story. When menâ€™s basketball player Eric Fazio went into the
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