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History of LSC

By Chelsi Byrnes, Features Editor Lyndon State was established in the year 1911. There were three students total and they were all females. As time went on they had increased the amount of years people could attend the college. By the year 1923, Lyndon had their first two year students graduated and previously before that … Continue reading

New President of LSC
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New President of LSC

By: Rebecca Reese, Editor in Chief Over the summer, students received emails upon emails of major changes that this school year would bring. One of them being Joseph Bertolino moving on from Lyndon State College and pursuing a new position closer to his family. “The process was quick. In a span of a few weeks [Bertolino] … Continue reading

Professor Profile: Kristi Castleberry
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Professor Profile: Kristi Castleberry

By: Chelsi Byrnes, Features Editor Kristi Castleberry Birthday: February 13th Profession: Assistant Professor, English, Philosophy and Film Studies Years at Lyndon: 2nd year College/Education: University at Rochester, Sonoma State University Hobbies: Likes to travel she’s been to England, Wales and Scotland also likes reading and watching movies. Favorite Music: Likes everything Favorite Food: Cultural foods, … Continue reading

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Senior Robing Ceremony

By: Rebecca Reese, News Editor The 2016 Robing Ceremony took place yesterday in the Alexander Twilight Theatre. The Robing Ceremony is when graduating seniors at Lyndon State College receive their caps and gowns before commencement. Along with caps and gowns, awards were also presented to deserving graduates. The theater was about three quarters of the way … Continue reading

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Humans of Hornet’s Nest

By: Greta Larson and Taylor Parsons Kelsey Hannah Emery from Amesbury, Massachusetts “I’ve made a lot of friends through peer leading. Peerleading has helped me realize that little things on campus don’t run single handedly, they are run as a team. Peerleading has shown me that you can rely on others and not just work … Continue reading