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SGA: Student Leadership, Townhouse Construction, and Attendance Policies
SGA: Student Leadership, Townhouse Construction, and Attendance Policies
Chloe Golebiewski, Staff Writer • November 20, 2022
MCLA’s Radiology program is looking to expand their outreach into the North Adams community and also prepare students for careers in the field. (photo by Lily Richard)
Radiology Program Aims to Prepare Students for Successful Careers
Lily Richard, Staff Writer • November 10, 2022
SGA: Campus Climate Survey, Curriculum Changes, and Upcoming QSU Events
SGA: Campus Climate Survey, Curriculum Changes, and Upcoming QSU Events
Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer • November 10, 2022
Whats Scarier: Halloween or Midterms? Freel Library Holds Monster Mash Study Event
What's Scarier: Halloween or Midterms? Freel Library Holds Monster Mash Study Event
Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer • October 31, 2022
BWN 11/10/22
BWN 11/10/22
The Beacon November 14, 2022
BWN 10/27/22
BWN 10/27/22
The Beacon October 31, 2022
The 10 seniors of the Women’s Soccer Team posing for a photo on Senior Day. Photographed from left to right: Em Marlay-Wright, Katelyn Piccolo, Savanna Amaral, Sophie Elser, Sarah Tomczyk, Jillian Currier, Claudia Bresett, Jess Halverson, Skyelyn Haynes, and Alyssa Porter. (photo from MCLA Athletics)
Senior Day Loss Wraps Up the 2022 Women’s Soccer Season
Owen Brown, Sports Writer • November 10, 2022
Reece Racette ‘23 during the Men’s Basketball pre-season game against SUNY Adirondack. The Trailblazers lost the game by five points. (photo by Johnluke Kunce)
Young Roster, Hard Work Crucial to Upcoming Men’s Basketball Season
Owen Brown, Sports Writer • November 10, 2022
Graduate student Noah Yearsley joined the 1000 point club at the Men’s Basketball game against Norwich University on Nov. 8. The Trailblazers lost 77-76. (photo by johnluke Kunce)
MCLA Hoops Are Back for First Home Game
Savanna Amaral, Sports Editor • November 8, 2022
The strawberry banana smoothie, also known as “Berkshire’s Best”, is the businesses best selling flavor so far. (photo by chloe Golebiewski)
Love Smoothies and Supporting Local Businesses? Check Out Berkshire Blends
Chloe Golebiewski, Staff Writer • November 10, 2022
Curt Nitzsche 23 previously played on the Mens Tennis team, and has now found a passion in being MCLAs new sports statistician.
After Tennis Program Got Cut, Nitzche Found Other Ways to Be Involved With Sports
Dylan Slonka, Staff Writer • October 31, 2022
Hailey Expresses Her Creativity and Connects with Others Through Art
Hailey Expresses Her Creativity and Connects with Others Through Art
Chloe Golebiewski, Staff Writer • October 14, 2022
Jheneay Watkins ‘24 (The Ringmaster), Rachel Lamarre ‘25 (Prince Ferdinand), and Ysabel Cardona ‘25 (Miranda) during a scene of “The Tempest.” (photo by Karesha Graham)
Theatre Department Kicks Off 2022-2023 Season with “The Tempest”
Nicole Lemire, Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 10, 2022
Artist Jake Blount uses his music to tell the stories of black and indigineous communities, and emphasizes the importance of learning the history behind the songs. (photo by Johnluke Kunce)
Black and Queer Artist Jake Blount Gives Historically Inspired Concert
Lily Richard, Staff Writer • November 10, 2022
Wang Chen is MCLA’s artist-in-residence for the next nine months, and recently gave a lecture describing their art and to give advice to aspiring artists. (Photo by Johnluke Kunce)
Artist-in-Residence Wang Chen Gives Advice to Student Artists in Lecture
Chloe Golebiewski, Staff Writer • October 31, 2022
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