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Welcome to 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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Student Shares a Tip for Success in College

Journalism student Kendall Pope shares how she and other students got a jump start on their studies – and how she will graduate early – because of a program at Keene State.

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Worldwide Problem, Local Solution

On a service trip to the Dominican Republic, 15 students helped provide simple, affordable water filters to local households – while learning about the critical worldwide problem of lack of access to drinkable water.

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Taking a Different Route to the Future

She took the scenic route to higher education, but Samantha Gaudette doesn’t think she’d do it any other way.

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Promoting Political Discussion and Activism on Campus

As the New Hampshire primary draws closer, presidential candidates aren’t the only ones encouraging voter turnout and promoting issues. Keene State Republican and Democratic Clubs are also doing their part promoting discussion and activism on campus.

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Journalism Alum Lands Dream Job

Taylor Thomas ’15 says her real-world journalism experience at Keene State combined with her persistence and willingness to take a chance helped her land her dream job at Outside Magazine.

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Journalism at KSC

Mister G performs at the Redfern

Come out to the Redfern Arts Center for its third annual February family music show with 2015 Latin GRAMMY Award winner Mister G performing a family music concert on February 27.

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Celebrate Shakespeare at 400

This year marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, and Keene State has scheduled several events throughout the spring semester to honor the Bard’s legacy.

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English at KSC