In a move that promises to resonate with Springfield College’s tradition of evolving with the needs of its students, the transformation of Babson Library
into a 21st century learning commons will soon begin.
In her quest to find and foster opportunities, Karen (Frost) Cator ’80 has thought deeply about how technology and education intersect. And, as technology evolves, Cator believes so, too, must the spaces where students learn.
Have things improved in the 47 years since a group of Springfield College students occupied the Administration Building in protest of the racial environment on campus?
Political consultant and prolific political writer Craig Shirley ’78, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Democratic Party Matt Fenlon ’09, and Professor of American Studies and History and Chair of the Department of Social Sciences Tom Carty weigh in on the 2016 Presidential Election.
It was a hard journey on Oct. 18, 1913, for William Howard Taft. Just months removed from the presidency, Taft set out for the Springfield College campus to dedicate a new library at Marsh Memorial.
Regina Kaufman presents Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics Lecture on engaged learning, while Samuel Headley prepares to take up the standard.
When Springfield College hosted a pre-screening of Ken Burns’ documentary Jackie Robinson in April, it represented a homecoming of sorts. After all, the late baseball and civil rights icon had been here before.
Special Olympics CEO and President Tim Shriver tells grads to recognize the millions of different abilities in the human family.
Wilbraham & Monson Academy Head of School Brian Easler, G’04, and the school’s First Lady Stephanie Easler, G’02, DPE’06, find success through support and flexibility.