Roberta Christman Celebrates 100th Birthday Talking About Springfield College Memories

Roberta Christman fell in love with Springfield College through the love of her life, her late husband, Stanley A. Christman ’43. Stanley came to Alden Street after growing up in upstate New York, about 30 minutes outside of Albany. It was Stanley’s passion for coaching…

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Honoring Parents’ Legacy Provides Special Opportunity at Camp Massasoit

In memory of her parents’ strong affiliation with Springfield College, Pat Sargeant created a special way to honor their impact on East Campus and leadership of Camp Massasoit. This past summer, two local Springfield children were able to enjoy a full session each at Camp Massasoit…

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Springfield College Recognizes Constitution Day 2022

Mark J. Rozell, PhD, Ruth D. and John T. Hazel Chair in Public Policy at George Mason University. View Photo Gallery... Each year, Springfield College joins colleges and universities across the country in observing Constitution Day. On Sept. 17, 1787, delegates attending the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the final draft…

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Distinguished Professor to Focus on Education and Advocacy for TITLE IX

Dr. Kathy Mangano, professor of physical education and the Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics for 2022-23, will continue the tradition of preserving our Humanics philosophy and examining its implications by exploring Title IX on the 50th anniversary of its June 23, 2022, passage. Through her…

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The Tradition of Camp Continues at East Campus

Video memories from Camp. For more than 90 years, Springfield College's premiere summer camp has embraced the mission of Springfield College, and has remained true to the vision of those who founded the experiential-based camp. This year's camp stresses the understanding of respect for yourself,…

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Distinguished Professor Keith Bugbee Shows Up

Photo Gallery from 2022 Humanics Lecture. Keith Bugbee, G’84, the Distinguished Springfield Professor of Humanics for 2021-22 and men’s head lacrosse coach, presented the annual Humanics Lecture Tuesday, April 19, 2022, in the Fuller Arts Center on the campus of Springfield College. Bugbee presented, "Show…

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