Sports
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Lady Crusaders aim to gain momentum on trip to Georgia
September 18, 2014  //  Sports  //  No Comment

The women’s soccer team is packing their bags and heading to Georgia. While in the Peach State this weekend, the Lady Crusaders hope to continue building on their 4-2 start to the season. The Crusaders are coming off a loss to the nationally-ranked Tartans of Carnegie Mellon University. The Tartans put the pressure on the Crusaders for the majority [...]

Opinion
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    Ferguson: Through the Eyes of a Capital Student
    September 16, 2014  //  Feature, Opinion, World News  //  No Comment

    The media often focuses on the gossip involving Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Ray Rice, and Duck Dynasty, often overshadowing real issues and problems in American culture. The media does this to keep our attention off topics like ISIS, Ukraine, and Russia, and in our own country Ferguson, Missouri. The media is controlled and owned [...]

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    Misinformed drive the war against cancer
    April 3, 2014  //  Opinion  //  No Comment

    by Stephen Aldrich Most of us know someone who has contracted cancer, and all of us know someone who knows someone was has gotten cancer, and this alone makes activities such as Relay for Life extremely popular. This popularity is a good thing – it shows that we are concerned with creating a better world [...]

Local News
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Bexley’s first bed and breakfast set to open this fall
September 11, 2014  //  Local News  //  No Comment

Bexley residents Lesli and Mike Mautz are opening their home to the public – for a reasonable $149 a night. What the Mautz’s refer to as home is the soon-to-be-open Bexley Bed and Breakfast, located at 519 S. Drexel Ave. Anticipated to be up and running by late November, the five-bedroom B&B will offer those [...]

Student Health
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Prevent illness this winter with flu shots, natural prescriptions
October 9, 2013  //  Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

*For Capital flu shot clinic dates and times, skip to the middle of the page. While most students spend their time worrying about homework, exams, jobs, money, and several other daily concerns, they often forgetto take care of their health. In fact, most of the general population is this way. We as a culture are [...]