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Acclaimed author to be honored at alumni reunion weekend

Acclaimed author to be honored at alumni reunion weekend

Nellie Tamboe

Sept. 16 will be an exciting day for any fans of hard-boiled detective mysteries. Famous novelist and JSC alumnus Walter Mosely will be visiting JSC to receive the Distinguished...

September 14, 2017No Comments

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Arts & Entertainment

“Bastard Republic” takes you to the edge of the former Soviet Union

“Bastard Republic” takes you to the edge of the former Soviet Union

Lisa Kent

I normally stay away from books of war — I’ve a weak stomach for violent death. As a result, I’m more of a “big picture” student when it comes to history. But when...

September 14, 2017No Comments

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Sports

Johnson Drops NAC Opener to Colby-Sawyer

Cameron Creamer

JOHNSON, Vt. – The Johnson State College women’s tennis team fell to Colby-Sawyer College 9-0 in their first North Atlantic Conference match of the season on Tuesday afternoon,...

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Features

Outdoor adventures and new culture in Alaska

Outdoor adventures and new culture in Alaska

Mary Fafard

During the fall semester, senior Rachele Funk lived in Alaska and attended the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) in Juneau, Alaska. Funk took part in the National Student...

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Life in Orbit

Getting high on mountain life

Getting high on mountain life

Jacob Greenia

Brad Moskowitz is a professor of outdoor education at JSC who finds peace and empowerment in the world’s natural beauty and environmental. And even though he admits he’s...

September 14, 2017No Comments

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