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Feature: A SnapChat that sent her to the ground

Feature: A SnapChat that sent her to the ground

A funny SnapChat from a co-worker that made her twist her ankles.

Feature: From the Field to the Office

Feature: From the Field to the Office

“My first alarm goes off at 6:25 but my official alarm is when Korpi wakes up.” Korpi, a pit-bull mix, is Nicole Dale’s source of happiness and her personal alarm clock. Getting ready  for work entails making breakfast, doing her makeup and making sure Korpi gets fed. “I try to make myself look alive in […]

Feature: Rumors surrounding Sprint Football team has players on edge

Feature: Rumors surrounding Sprint Football team has players on edge

As the Sprint Football season drew to a close, rumblings started that the league would move up another weight class, potentially leaving some players without the opportunity to play the next season. “I first heard about it with three or four weeks left in the season,” said lineman Nick Wood. The rumors spread quickly throughout […]

Matt Toombs discusses process of coffee shop

Matt Toombs discusses process of coffee shop

Matt Toombs gives update on new coffee shop that will be located in the library.

Feature: Another day on crutches

Feature: Another day on crutches

by Jayce Ringwald 6 o’clock in the morning is too early to wrestle with crutches, but this has been part of Heather Ringwald’s morning routine for two months. They’re a longtime friend of Heather’s having been on and off them for minor sprains and bruises since 7th grade, but they’re unwelcome all the same. But […]

Arlabosse Thrives 3,000 Miles from Home

Arlabosse Thrives 3,000 Miles from Home

Hugo Arlabosse looked at the opportunity to come to Franklin Pierce as an adventure.

Feature: Concussion comeback for Katherine Potts

Feature: Concussion comeback for Katherine Potts

Katherine Potts suffered a major concussion while horseback riding for the equestrian team at Cazenoiva College.

Feature: Overcoming athletic struggles in artistic pursuit

Feature: Overcoming athletic struggles in artistic pursuit

Senior Emily Quinn overcomes athletic struggles to dabble in the arts

Feature: Living to Play

Feature: Living to Play

by Austin Callaway The surgery took 13 hours with only a 30% chance that he would survive, but 13 month old Antonio Ayala survived. The surgery was to fix an Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) along with a Pulmonary Artery Anomaly, which is when there is a hole in the wall between the two upper chambers […]

Feature: Commitments and Sacrifices

Feature: Commitments and Sacrifices

by Ryan Martin On his busiest day, Jeb Hogan wakes up at 5:00 AM and maneuvers through his busy schedule consisting of athletics, academics and work. A bio major, Hogan balances two regular classes, two lab classes, is a member of the Track team and works a part-time job at the library. “Being a student […]

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