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    1. Springfield Symphony Orchestra helps play in New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium - with T-Pain | masslive.com

      Springfield Symphony Orchestra helps play in New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium - with T-Pain | masslive.com

      The New England Patriots pregame ceremonies had an unexpected surprise for fans out in Western Mass. as the Springfield Symphony Orchestra help hype the crowd for the celebration of the team's fourth Super Bowl championship.  The SSO busted out a rousing rendition of 'O Fortuna' from 'Carmina Burana' as the team brought out its four Lombardi Trophies to midfield. The trophies were brought out by Patriots Hall of Famers Troy Brown, Ty Law and Willie McGinest -- along with owner Robert Kraft.

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    2. Creative Economy Masters Go Dutch!

      Creative Economy Masters Go Dutch!

      n partnership with the Economic Development Council, the Ad Club is proud to welcome Katja Berkhout, area director of the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) Boston; Ron Boyle, senior manager with USA/EMEA desk and Creative Industries, and a specialist in fashion and design; and Jane van Kampen-Zoutendijk, also a senior manager with USA/EMEA desk and Creative Industries, and a senior advisor of foreign investments.

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    3. Huffington Post: Mount Holyoke College campus is one of world's most beautiful

      Huffington Post: Mount Holyoke College campus is one of world's most beautiful

      Mount Holyoke College was one of only three U.S. colleges on the list prepared by Huffington Post recently. Great Britain's Cambridge and Oxford universities made the list, as did some less well-known places, like Otago University in New Zealand, Xiamen University in China and Aarhus University in Denmark.

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    4. 5 Great reasons to attend the Howdy Awards

      5 Great reasons to attend the Howdy Awards
      Each May, the Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau (GSCVB) presents the Howdy Awards for Hospitality Excellence to 8 frontline employees in the tourism industry. These folks are considered “Howdy” material because they go above and beyond for you, whether you’re a Pioneer Valley resident, or a visitor from out of town.
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    5. UMass Amherst's new sustainability coordinator focusing on green issues

      UMass Amherst's Josh StoffelLast year, Josh Stoffel was leading efforts to train a small group of students to promote recycling and energy conservation in the campus’s residence halls. But starting in June, Stoffel became the campus’s first sustainability coordinator, expanding...
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    6. UMass Amherst's George Huber receives national recognition again for green energy biofuels research

      Chemical engineer George Huber, whose quick, single-step process for turning sawdust, plant stalks and other cellulosic waste into green gasoline, has again received high-profile, national recognition for biofuels research, this time in the National Science Foundation's online magazine, Science Nation....
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    7. Kevin Fu from UMass Amherst named Technology Review's 2009 Innovator of the Year

      Kevin Fu, assistant professor of computer science, has been recognized by Technology Review magazine as the 2009 Innovator of the Year for his cutting-edge research to improve computer security and privacy for such applications as implantable medical devices and contactless...
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