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Preventing Genocide in Africa

Dr. Jim Waller recently led a three-day workshop for representatives from 12 African nations on strategies for preventing genocide.

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A Study of Keene’s Interesting Industrial History

An economics professor at Keene State College for the past 14 years, Dr. Marie Duggan and her students analyze local industry and present to area’s top business leaders.

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Colin Fagan – Running with Biology

“It’s so gratifying to be doing something that no one else gets to do and figuring out what no one else has figured out. That’s what biology is to me." Colin Fagan '15, Biology major

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Men's Hoop Team Making Points with Keene Housing Kids

Off to its best start in several seasons, the Keene State College men’s basketball team is not only putting up impressive numbers on the court, but making points when it comes to community service.

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Giving Makes a Difference

History Professor Emeritus Jim Smart and his wife Eleanore recently established the History Scholarship Fund to help history majors achieve their goals.

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Giving to KSC

Redfern Presents "Dogs of Rwanda"

On February 11 the Redfern Arts Center will present the riveting one-person play "Dogs of Rwanda," an intimate performance about human perseverance and forgiveness.

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The Redfern Arts Center

Thorne Exhibit Honors Local Artists

116 works created by local artists are on display at the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery as part of its Biennial Regional Jurors’ Choice Exhibition.

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Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery