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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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Interdisciplinary Research Teams Study Biodiesel

In every obvious way, biodiesel is a more environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum diesel. However, KSC Environmental Studies researchers have found that there's a difference in the chemical composition of biodiesel and diesel exhaust particulates. An NIH-funded study drawing in student researchers from Environmental Studies, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics is determining whether or not those biodiesel particulates present a health risk.

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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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Exciting Spring Season at Redfern

The Redfern Arts Center continues its dynamic 2015 season celebrating risk, thrill and public participation.

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The Redfern Arts Center

Thorne Exhibit Honors Local Artists

The Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery will display 116 works created by local artists as part of its Biennial Regional Jurors’ Choice Exhibition. The opening reception is scheduled for January 23.

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Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

KSC Presents Encore of "Equus"

The Theatre and Dance Department will present an encore performance of "Equus" on January 24 as a fundraiser to take the play to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

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Theatre and Dance at KSC