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From the sidelines

Do you think Raffi Torres’ suspension is justified? 2. Are you worried about Albert Pujols’ lack of power so far this season? 3. Do you think Brendan Ryan went around on the last pitch of Phil Humber’s perfect game?   Luke Stanczyk SPORTS EDITOR I think it’s a bit too much, but it’s good to … Continue reading

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Track battles elements, takes fifth

By John Pierri STAFF WRITER   Both the men and women’s track and field teams placed fifth at the Concordia University-Chicago Cougar Invite. The men scored 63 points while the women finished with 56 points. Despite unfavorable weather conditions, there were some strong performances from the men as sophomore Tyler Monahan placed third in both … Continue reading

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What to wear: rainy days

by Rohaina Hassan STAFF WRITER There’s a light patter of rain on the window as you look outside of your classroom. You’re dreading that minute class ends and you have to walk to your car. You glance at the screen on your phone; it’s the beginning of April. Spring is a time to renew, cleanse … Continue reading

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Dangerous vs safe dieting

By Kiran Munir STAFF WRITER   For centuries, people have tried to look their best, and most often that includes keeping a fit figure. In order to maintain this ideal body image, some often starve themselves, especially before special occasions. For example, the day of marriage used to include worries about hair, makeup and dress … Continue reading

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Summer is here! What do I do?

by Harjot Sangha STAFF WRITER   After surviving a semester of sleepless nights, hard work and studying, there are now only three weeks separating summer break 2012 from us. Summer is a time marked with fun trips, sunburn, friends, family and a whole lot of fun. Amidst the relaxation part of summer, there is often … Continue reading