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Nursing Facilities: Future Changes and Improvements

The future of CSC involves the progression of its nursing facilities. The recent multi-million dollar loan not only will contribute to the new Arts Center, but it will also contribute to the construction of…

CSC Price and Graduation Promise Program Alters Tuition Costs

CSC Price and Graduation Promise Program Alters Tuition Costs As every college student knows, there is price to pay for attending college. The amount of money each student has to pay varies depending on…

Ways to relieve end of the semester stress

The beginning of the end has officially made its way for Colby-Sawyer College students. With just four weeks left in the semester, it’s no wonder everyone’s asking “where did the time go?” Undergrads are…

Friend’s Gift Shop, a Hidden Gem in New London

The Friend’s Gift Shop, a unique shop staffed by New London community volunteers, encourages student’s to volunteer at the shop, as well as to stop by the boutique for purchases that give back to New…

Davis Grant Winners could lead to a New Bookstore for CSC

With increasing number of prospective student tours, the bookstore has experienced more visitors and purchases of Colby-Sawyer merchandise. The store however, is in need of a makeover. A solution to the campus book store…

Room Draw Angers Students over Lottery Process

Colby- Sawyer College had its annual room draw for next year housing but it was not without controversy. The apartment lottery consists of Rooke, duplexes, and off campus housing, normally consistently of juniors and…

Think Outside the Class donates to Wear Yellow for Seth

In recent news, an Instagram campaign all the way from the UK touching hearts across the world; Seth, a 5-year-old boy confined to a hospital room due to his rare immune disorder, told the…

Congresswoman Annie Kuster Holds Public Forum at CSC

New London, NH – April 6, Annie Kuster, congresswoman for N.H.’s 2nd district, spoke about financing higher education in the United States, and in particular in N.H., at a panel hosted in Wheeler Hall…

What to do in the Warmer Weather on Campus

The brutal New England winter is finally gone. Students and staff are slowly starting to see the white snow melt away and turn green beneath their feet. The warm weather brings many people out…