News from Springfield College
Answer the call!
Later this month the Springfield College Phonathon will kick off a new year. A current student will be calling to ask for your support of Leadership for the 21st Century: The Campaign for
. In this last year of the campaign, we invite everyone to be part of the excitement by giving what you can. Click here
to see the impact of other contributions, resulting in the new Schoo-Bemis Science Center and the current construction of the Field House and the Wellness Center. When your call comes, answer the phone and take a moment to talk with the student on the other end of the line and see how you can be a part of the future for Springfield College
10TH ANNUAL HUMANICS IN ACTION DAY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 This year marks the 10th anniversary of Humanics in Action Day, a campus tradition that puts into action the College's Humanics philosophy of educating students in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others. Read more.
SCHOO-BEMIS SCIENCE CENTER AND HICKORY HALL TO BE DEDICATED The Dedication of the Schoo-Bemis Science Center, formerly Schoo Hall, and Hickory Hall, formerly Bemis Hall, will take place Thursday, September 27, 2007, at noon, outside the Schoo Bemis Science Center.
HOMECOMING, FAMILY AND FRIENDS, AND ALUMNI COLLEGE WEEKEND Homecoming, Family and Friends, and Alumni College Weekend takes place October 19-21, on the campus. For information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 413-748-3161 or via e-mail.
NO. 9 SPRINGFIELD OUTLASTED BY MONTCLAIR FOOTBALL, 33-30 Despite senior QB Chris Sharpe's 142 rushing yards and four TDs, the Springfield football team couldn't pull out a victory at Montclair State, 33-30, last Saturday afternoon at Sprague Field. Read more.
THIBEAULT LIFTS WOMEN'S SOCCER PAST RPI, 1-0 Kayla Thibeault's goal at the 76-minute mark proved to be all the scoring the women's soccer team would need as the Pride defeated RPI, 1-0, on Saturday afternoon at Brock-Affleck Field at the Irv Schmid Sports Complex. Read more.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL CRUISES PAST WHEATON, 3-0 Freshman Bethany Stosz recorded 12 kills and eight blocks to lead the women's volleyball team past Wheaton, 3-0, as the Pride recorded its first conference victory of the 2007 campaign. Read more.
NO. 15 FIELD HOCKEY HANDLES CONNECTICUT COLLEGE, 5-0 Paced behind a goal and two assists from Jane Kelleher, the field hockey team topped Connecticut College, 5-0. Read more.
MEN'S SOCCER SNAPS TWO-GAME SKID WITH 3-2 WIN AT WESLEYAN Adrian Schippers tallied a pair of goals, including the game-winner, and Tony Distasio registered a goal and an assist in the Pride's 3-2 road victory against Wesleyan. Read more.
GRIFFIN IMPRESSES IN THE UMASS-DARTMOUTH INVITATIONAL Mike Griffin placed seventh out of 225 runners to lead the men's cross country team to a ninth place finish out of 31 teams at the UMass-Dartmouth Cross Country Invitational. Read more.
For athletics information, click here or call the Sports Information Hotline at 413-748-3987.
September 22, Tampa, Fla.
Suncoast Alumni Association event at the Tampa Bay Devil Rays
October 6, Northfield, Mass.
Noon to 3 p.m.
Pioneer Valley Alumni Association Annual Connecticut River Foliage Cruise and Barbecue
October 19-21, Springfield, Mass.
Homecoming, Family and Friends, and Alumni College Weekend
October 20, Springfield, Mass.
Young Alumni Focus Group Session
Young alumni who graduated in 1992 or later are invited to attend a Young Alumni Focus Group during Homecoming, Family and Friends, and Alumni College weekend. The event, facilitated by Matt Siegel '94, Vice President of the Alumni Council, is geared to solicit feedback on events, involvement in the alumni association, and other topics. Interested parties should e-mail the Alumni Office. Attendees will be entered into a drawing for Springfield College prizes, with a grand prize of two complimentary tickets to one of our Red Sox events at Fenway Park in the summer of 2008.
For information, contact the Springfield College Office of Alumni Relations at 413-748-3161 or via e-mail. For the full schedule, click here.
UNDERGRADUATE OPEN HOUSE Prospective students and their families are invited to visit Springfield College and attend the Undergraduate Open House on Sunday, September 30. Read more.
WILLIAM SIMPSON FINE ARTS SERIES The William Simpson Fine Arts Series opened with an art exhibition "a little something new," by Chris Nelson. For the complete William Simpson Fine Arts Series calendar, click here.
For the events calendar, click here.
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