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Alternative Spring Break plans set for March are a go

Alternative Spring Break plans set for March are a go

by Amanda Holland edited by Robbie Sequeira Seventeen students, as well as three faculty members are set to travel for this year’s Alternative Spring Break where they’ll be doing two different service projects. Students and faculty will fly out of Boston and land in Atlanta, Georgia early Sunday, March 13. The team will then drive […]

Freshman lounge getting makeover

Freshman lounge getting makeover

by Logan Sherwood The freshman lounge in Mount Washington is being remodeled by the end of the spring semester through funding by the Student Government Association. Concerns about the common room came from freshman representatives who brought the run-down room to the Student Government’s attention this past fall. “Our goal is to make it modern […]

J.P. Stephen’s closes its door, but vision still remains.

J.P. Stephen’s closes its door, but vision still remains.

by Robbie Sequeira Lisa Record, owner of the J.P. Stephens Restaurant and Tavern, announced that the restaurant would be permanently closing its doors Monday, January 25 via social media. “With a heavy heart, I am sad to let you know that as of today J.P. Stephens is closing,” read the Facebook post. “Unfortunately, we are unable to […]

How do you like your coffee?: FPU brewing plans to install café in DiPietro.

How do you like your coffee?: FPU brewing plans to install café in DiPietro.

While plans to construct a café in DiPietro Library are becoming a tantalizing possibility, negotiations are currently at a standstill with fast food franchises Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts. The idea has been floating around since the deconstruction of Ravencroft in October, but there are now concrete plans to put a café in the back of […]

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.