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June In Germany

I didn’t travel for most of June, I stayed put and enjoyed as much German culture and landscape as possible. Here’s June in a nutshell. Continue reading

Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles 2015

by Mariah Prescott
RacingJunk.com – Article published here

April 7, 2015

Every year since 1990, 300 women from all over the world head to Morocco to compete in the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles. It is the only all women’s off-road rally in the world. Armed only with a compass and map, participants choose their own route to reach the finish line but must drive the shortest distance to win.

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Top-Seeded Mounties Roll Into Semis: iBerkshires High School Sports Page Mount Greylock Boys Soccer

By Mariah Prescott
iBerkshires Sports – Article published here

10:29PM / Friday, November 07, 2014

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Through snow and sleet, Mount Greylock boys soccer kept up its game to beat ninth-seeded Athol, 6-0, in the Western Massachusetts Division 3 quarter-finals on Friday night.

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Orpin Scores OT Game-Winner as Greylock Girls Advance: iBerkshires High School Sports Page Mount Greylock Girls Soccer

By Mariah Prescott for
iBerkshires Sports – Article published here
10:44PM / Monday, November 03, 2014

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Athol Red Raiders (8-7-3) didn’t go without a fight, but the Mount Greylock girls soccer team on Monday came out on top, 3-2, thanks to Kelsey Orpin’s goal midway through the first overtime, to advance in the Western Massachusetts Division 3 tournament.

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Mount Greylock Girls Win on Senior Night: iBerkshires High School Sports Page Mount Greylock Girls Soccer

By Mariah Prescott for
iBerkshires Sports – Article published here
11:38PM / Monday, October 27, 2014

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — There is the usual pre-game buzz that comes with any competition, but by the last game of the season the players and parents always talk a bit louder and giggle a bit harder in the minutes leading up to the game. The Mount Greylock varsity girls soccer team’s 6-1 win over Taconic on Monday evening was no exception.

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Pioneer Plus, Winter Edition: Traditions

Smith College Department of Athletics and Recreation presents part one of “Traditions,” where we asked captains what rolls traditions play on their team.

Filmed and produced by Mariah Prescott ’14, with assistance from Abe Osheyack, Merric Kallfelz ’14 and thanks to Mark Therrien.

Europe Gets Nudity

Only in Europe would you see an acquaintance or new friend naked before you get their number. I have been taking a swim technique and training class through the university and have met more wonderful people there in one lesson than I have everywhere else combined. Maybe it is because you can talk during class, there are fewer people, or we have a common interest outside of the classroom, but I think it has to do with nudity.

Unna Park

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