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Women’s basketball looks to build camaraderie
October 16, 2014  //  Sports  //  No Comment

Coming off a banner season last year, the women’s basketball team aims to build a cohesive unit throughout the off-season. This off-season has included multiple activities designed to help bring the individuals closer together as a team. Marines were brought in to work out with the players and to help develop team leadership to see who the natural leaders [...]

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    Twenty-year-old boy becomes a man
    October 2, 2014  //  Opinion, Student Life  //  No Comment

    If you wake up tomorrow and a man with a scraggly beard tells you that you have magical powers, it will probably be one of best days of your life. Millions of people wish that Hagrid would come to their house and tell them that they are a wizard, but, instead, Hagrid told Harry Potter. I know what [...]

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    Domestic violence highlights opening weeks of NFL season
    September 25, 2014  //  Opinion, Sports  //  No Comment

    The National Football League (NFL) has come under fire for how the league, specifically Roger Goodell, has handled the multiple domestic violence cases from several high-profile players. The specific mishandling of the case involving Ray Rice and his then fiancé, Janay Palmer, could potentially lead to the dismissal of Goodell from his position as commissioner. The [...]

Local News
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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College Avenue mold displaces students
October 23, 2014  //  News, Student Health, Student Life  //  No Comment

Mold discovered in College Avenue apartments has displaced three suites worth of students from their living areas for an extended amount of time. While Facilities Management works to remove the hazard, students grow anxious. Leaks were first discovered in the shower ceilings of suites 105 and 205, said Director of Facilities Management Beth Carman. After opening [...]