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KSC Sends Four Students to NCUR

Four KSC students—history majors Kyle O’Brien and Alexander Habibi, theatre and dance major Matt McDougal, and music major Jordan Chase—will be presenting at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Kentucky from April 3–5. Sending four students to the conference is a real accomplishment for the students and the college, according … Read More »

Douglas Glennon ’98 Recognized in the Union Leader’s “40 under 40″ List

Douglas Glennon ’98, who runs a software consulting business out of his home in Barrington, NH, selects a nonprofit organization each year that he helps and offers free assistance or IT support at a discounted rate. He was recently chosen for the Union Leader’s “40 under 40″ award, which recognizes 40 New Hampshire citizens under … Read More »

Jennifer Dunnington ’93 Joins the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Motion Picture Music Editor Jennifer Dunnington ’93 was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ class of 2013, honoring her for the work she’s produced during her career. The Academy welcomed 276 members, including Jennifer Lopez, Lucy Liu, Jason Bateman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Pena, and Chris Tucker. “I am thrilled to … Read More »

Student Choral Directors Attend ACDA Conference

During the first week of February, members of the KSC student chapter of the American Choral Directors Association traveled to the 2014 Eastern Division ACDA conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The students were awarded a Student Conference Fund grant and raised additional funds to attend this event. The chapter’s vice president, Kaitlyn Hart, a junior choral … Read More »

TAD Students Attend Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Sixteen Theatre and Dance students attended the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, held in Hyannis, Mass., from January 28–February 1. Lukas Dimitrios Theodossiou earned stage management finalist for his work on Spring Awakening. Cara Gerardi is an Irene Ryan Acting semi-finalist, Alissa Toscano won a Meritorious Award in Allied Craft for her exquisite Mad … Read More »

Four Seniors Attend Writing Conference

Four seniors and tutors at Keene State’s Center for Writing—Michael Kelly (architecture), Hillary Smith (secondary education), Jessica Pierce (psychology), and Alex Wolff (American studies)—will be presenting at the Northeast Writing Center Association’s annual conference at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island, on March 1–2. This year’s conference theme is  “Difference & Inclusion: Writing Centers as … Read More »

Rwandan Ambassador to Offer Genocide Awareness Lecture

Mathilde Mukantabana—Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Rwanda to the United States and non-resident Ambassador to Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina—will deliver the Cohen Center’s annual Genocide Awareness Lecture in the Mabel Brown Room on Monday, March 3, at 7 p.m. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, and Ambassador … Read More »

Bravo TV Goes behind the Scenes of Katrina Hodgson ’06’s ToneItUp Workouts

When Londonderry, NH, native Katrina Hodgson ’06 came to Keene State to study health science, she didn’t think she had much business savvy—or so she says. But during her senior year, she teamed up with some computer science students to create a website where she could share her love for sports nutrition and encourage students … Read More »

Pretenders, Jeff Friedman’s New Book

Poet and lecturer in English Jeff Friedman’s sixth book, Pretenders, has just been published by Carnegie Mellon University Press. The book combines poems and prose pieces. His poems, mini stories, and translations have appeared in many literary magazines, including American Poetry Review, Poetry, New England Review, Poetry International, Quick Fiction, North American Review, Missouri Review, … Read More »

Recent Gifts to KSC

Generous donors and foundations are continuing their support for the College. Here’s a list of recent gifts that are supporting a number of initiatives across the campus: $40,000 from the Putnam Foundation in support of the Marlborough School Partnership in the Education Department. $17,122 from David Staples ’55 in support of the Staples Teacher Ed … Read More »