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Take a Quick Lesson from Our Professors

Want to learn something new today? Get a glimpse of Keene State professors offering teaching moments in their fields. Learn about a variety of topics including mapping, forgiveness and reconciliation, performing music, how society influences behavior, the science of crystallography, and more.

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Keene State Alumni Welcomed at Reunion 2016

Keene State proudly welcomed close to 200 alumni back to the campus for Reunion 2016 during the weekend of June 10. Read some of their stories, and hear how Reunion brought people of all ages back together to share some of their fondest memories.

Conservation Research Takes Students Back Into the Field

Last year, students in the Environmental Studies Program collaborated with the Harris Center for Conservation Education to conduct research on their conserved lands. This spring, a new team of KSC student researchers is picking up where they left off.

Read the full article from the Harris Center’s spring newsletter.

The First-Person Project

Where does a Keene State College education take alumni? For the First-Person Project, we sought to find out from a very personal perspective. On the webpages that accompany the Winter 2015-16 issue of Keene State Today, 25 graduates of the College in varying stages of their careers – from the class of ’69 to the class of ’11 – tell their stories in their own words.

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Boraski Makes Olympic Trials

Keene State College senior swimmer Ryan Boraski is headed to Omaha.

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Documenting Diaries of Women Farmers

Students in Keene State College’s women’s and gender studies program are helping people learn more about the life and plight of local women farmers at the turn of the 20th century.

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Other News

The Redfern’s Summer Series

The new Presenting Season includes a fun-filled Summer Family Series — plus hip hop, puppetry, and political satire.

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Redfern Arts Center

Kids on Campus

Kids on Campus combines fun and learning for children entering grades 1 through 8. All classes held on campus.

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Continuing Education